Five universities in Colorado were named in the Best 380 Colleges in the nation by the Princeton Review. Of those five, two are in Colorado Springs.
With its tuition of $48,576 and 2,050 student enrollment, Colorado College was also listed in other sub categories. Those include Best Western, Birkenstock-wearing, tree-hugging, clove-smoking vegetarians, intramural sports, least-religious, reefer madness and “town-gown relations are strained.”
All five military academies, each with tuition listed at $0, made the list.
The U.S. Air Force Academy enrolls 3,952 students, most of whom had a high school GPA of above 3.75. In subcategories, the Academy made the list of Best Western, colleges that pay you back, public schools, tuition-free schools and don’t inhale.
The other top universities in the state that made the Princeton Review list include Colorado State University in Fort Collins, the University of Colorado in Boulder and the University of Denver.