August 6th, 2009
Universities and colleges are rated all the time - for their academics, their athletics, and even their parties. High school students rely on highly respected raters like the Princeton Review to help them narrow down their college application choices. The Princeton Review also rates universities and colleges based on their environmentally-related policies, practices and academic offerings. For 2010, the Princeton Review rated 697 schools in the nation to see how green they really were. Scores went from 60 to 99, and this year 15 schools received the highest Green Rating of 99 and were placed on the Princeton Review Green Honor Roll.
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