Rhodes College has made The Princeton Review’s latest resource—“Colleges That Pay You Back,” a list of just over 200 schools that provide outstanding academics as well as address two major concerns of college applicants and their parents: paying for college and employment after graduation.
The schools also were ranked in certain individual categories, and Rhodes is No. 7 in the “Top 25 Schools for Internship Opportunities.”
“We strongly recommend these schools. They deliver outstanding academics while working to be affordable to students with need—offering generous financial aid or charging a relatively low cost of attendance (or both),” says Robert Franek, The Princeton Review’s Senior VP/Publisher. “Plus their students graduate with great career prospects.”
About 60 percent of Rhodes students participate in internships. The college has partnered with more than 100 local, national and international employers to provide academic internships. There also are opportunities for paid internships and on-campus internships through the Rhodes Students Associate Program.