T wo University of Toledo colleges are among the best in the nation, according to The Princeton Review.
UT's College of Business and Innovation makes the publication's list of The Best 296 Business Schools, while the College of Law lands on its list of The Best 169 Law Schools.
In the UT profile in The Best 295 Business Schools, The Princeton Review editors describe the school as "offering a good education at a very competitive price with convenient scheduling."
"All of us in the College of Business and Innovation are very excited at this continuing recognition by The Princeton Review of the quality and relevance of our programs," said Dr. Thomas Sharkey, interim dean of the college. "We like to point out that the college is increasingly ranked and recognized by national and international organizations, and this recognition by The Princeton Review further validates the quality of our faculty, the significance of our curriculum, and the excellence of our students."
Editors credit the business school with offering a good education at a competitive price with convenient scheduling. Students also surveyed the college, giving it high marks for smart classrooms, solid preparation in general management, and doing business in a global economy.
The College of Law was placed on the list largely due to comments from students who say the school has care and concern for their future. Students surveyed also said the college "strikes the perfect balance between professionalism and personal attention."
"We are pleased but not surprised," said Daniel J. Steinbock, dean of the College of Law. "We have been on this list for as long as it has existed. Students are consistently happy with the education they receive at our law school."