UCF has joined the ranks — the Princeton Review rankings, that is.
On Monday, the Princeton Review released its 2016 college rankings, 62 lists dedicated to classifying everything from extracurriculars to LGBTQ acceptance. UCF placed No. 6 in "Best Health Services" and No. 20 in "Students Study the Least."
The University of Florida was also ranked No. 20 in "Best Health Services," while Florida State University took No. 13 in "Students Study the Least."
In addition to those rankings, UCF was included in "The Best 380 Colleges," "Colleges That Pay You Back," "Public Schools" and "Best Southeastern."
The annual college ranking list consists of information from more than 2,000 schools across the nation, including two schools in Canada and two schools in Ireland, according to the Princeton Review. More than 136,000 students took part in the survey.
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