Rhodes moved up to the No. 3 spot for most beautiful campus in The Princeton Review’s rankings of the country’s top 379 colleges. Last year, the college was No. 5.
The rankings are based on surveys of 130,000 students rating their schools on various topics and reporting on their campus experiences. “Every college in our book offers outstanding academics,” says Robert Franek, author of the 2015 guide and The Princeton Review Senior VP/Publisher.
Also this year, Rhodes is listed as a “Best Southeastern College” and a “Best Value College for 2014” by The Princeton Review.