After surveying more than 21,600 students at business schools, The Princeton Review released the 2015 edition of its annual book, “The 296 Best Business Schools,” which includes the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business. Survey results revealed that Crummer students appreciate the personal relationships with professors and their cohort, as well as the solid, real-world skills they gain and can apply in the workplace. This year’s announcement marks the fourth time since 2010 that the Crummer Graduate School of Business has recognized among the country’s best by The Princeton Review.
“We chose the 296 schools we profile in this book based on our high regard for their academic programs and our reviews of institutional data we collect from the schools,” says Princeton Review Senior VP-Publisher Robert Franek. That data, Franek says, in conjunction with information gathered from the student survey, makes Crummer one of the best institutions for a student to attend to earn an MBA.
“Crummer prides itself on intimate class sizes that foster strong connections between students and its faculty, as well as its professors who bring their real-world experience into the classroom,” says dean Thomas McEvoy. “We’re glad the results from The Princeton Review reflect how much our students value the Crummer experience—one that helps create the next generation of top-notch business leaders.”
Originally published by Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business