TCU ranked No. 15 in Princeton Review’s “Best College Dorms”

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    The Princeton Review ranked TCU No. 15 on the list of "Best College Dorms," according to the company's annual book, "The Best 377 Colleges," released in August.

    The ranking was determined by surveying TCU students using the question "How do you rate the comfort of your campus dorms?" More than one million students nation-wide were surveyed on 80 questions about their campuses, with each school averaging about 325 students surveyed per campus, according to Princeton Review's website.

    Students surveyed rated TCU's dorms on a five-point answer scale ranging from "Excellent" to "Awful," in terms of room size, amenities, space and overall environment, according to the website.

    TCU also ranked No. 4 on "Lots of Greek Life," No. 14 on "Best Athletic Facilities" and No. 21 on "2011 Top Entrepreneurial Programs: Undergraduate." The university was also named a "Best Western College" by The Princeton Review.

    See the full rankings list here.