Misericordia University ranked one of ‘Best in the Northeast’ by Princeton Review


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Recent Misericordia University biology graduates Rachel Bohn, Mountain Top, left, and Palmer Steiner, Millville, Pa., right, conducted cancer cell research as undergraduates with Frank DiPino, Jr., professor of biology, as part of the Summer Research Fellowship Program. The University received high marks from its students for academics, personal attention and campus life in an independent survey conducted by The Princeton Review.


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    DALLAS — Misericordia University has been recognized as one of the top colleges and universities in the northeastern United States, according to The Princeton Review, a nationally known education services company.

    Misericordia University is one of 228 institutions of higher education The Princeton Review has recommended in its “Best in the Northeast” section of its website feature, “2017 Best Colleges Region by Region” that posted Monday, Aug. 29 on PrincetonReview.com/bestNEcolleges. The colleges are selected for the list based on their “excellent academics” and the results of a survey of students by The Princeton Review on their campus experiences as well as how they rated various aspects of their college life, according to the website.

    Recent Misericordia University biology graduates Rachel Bohn, Mountain Top, left, and Palmer Steiner, Millville, Pa., right, conducted cancer cell research as undergraduates with Frank DiPino, Jr., professor of biology, as part of the Summer Research Fellowship Program. The University received high marks from its students for academics, personal attention and campus life in an independent survey conducted by The Princeton Review.
    http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Misericordia-6924.jpgRecent Misericordia University biology graduates Rachel Bohn, Mountain Top, left, and Palmer Steiner, Millville, Pa., right, conducted cancer cell research as undergraduates with Frank DiPino, Jr., professor of biology, as part of the Summer Research Fellowship Program. The University received high marks from its students for academics, personal attention and campus life in an independent survey conducted by The Princeton Review. Submitted photo

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