The Princeton Review has once again named the College of Charleston as one of the best institutions for undergraduate education in America. The college admission services company profiles and recommends the College of Charleston in the 2024 edition of its annual college guide, The Best 389 Colleges.

According to The Princeton Review, “College of Charleston provides its 10,000 undergraduates a mid-sized liberal arts experience within the boundaries of one of the south’s most thriving cities.  Good academic advising, a strong focus on writing skills and interdisciplinary studies are just some of the school’s many perks.”

Not only does The Princeton Review name the College as one of the best schools in the Southeast, but the school is also recognized in the categories of “The Best College Cities,” “Colleges that Create Futures” and “Green Colleges.”

The guide quotes one student saying that the College is also very welcoming to new students and first-year students: “People are always willing to help each other out and general class culture is very positive and uplifting.”

This is the 20th consecutive year that the College has been recognized in The Princeton Review rankings.