Announcing K-State college rankings
As Wildcats, we already know that Kansas State University is a great place to be.
And it's always exciting to see the university recognized for its quality on a national
Once again, K-State has been included in the The Princeton Review's annual best colleges rankings. For The Best 387 Colleges: 2022 Edition, the organization surveyed 154,000 students from across the country and also looked back at past ranking lists.
For this milestone 30th edition of the guide, The Princeton Review curated a unique resource: 26 “Great Lists.” The “Great Lists” identify the colleges in the book with the most impressive history of appearances on the company’s annual “Best of” ranking lists throughout the years. The colleges named on the “Great Lists” are those with truly stellar records of student satisfaction.
Three schools made 10 different lists: K-State, along with the U.S. Military Academy (West Point, New York) and Wabash College (Crawfordsville, Indiana).
- Great Career Services
- Great Health Services
- Great-Run Colleges
- Most Loved Colleges
- Great Athletic Facilities
- Great Intramural Sports
- Great College Dorms
- Great Quality of Life
- Happy Students
- Great Town-Gown Relations
It's not just The Princeton Review that is recognizing K-State for excellence — here are several other recent rankings of note:
- The annual survey by Forbes magazine, "America's Best Employers by State List," rates K-State among the Top 3 employers in the state and lists K-State as the best university employer in the Sunflower State. READ MORE
- K-State is among the Top 30 campuses in six regions recognized for its institutional support and commitment to LGBTQ inclusion in policy, programming and practice. READ MORE
- K-State's College of Agriculture has again been recognized as a Top 10 college by Niche.com in its annual "Best Colleges for Agricultural Sciences" ranking. READ MORE
Want more information on how K-State is doing? Be sure to tune into the 2021 State of the University Address on Friday, Sept. 17, 3:30 p.m. CT.