The ranking is determined through data gathered from an online survey of 137,000 students from 382 schools. According to Princeton Review, an average of 359 students per campus took part in the survey.
In the survey, Bryn Mawr was praised for its student body’s talent, diversity, and inclusivity. According to one of the responders, new students coming to Bryn Mawr College should be “prepared for an active and thriving LGBTQIA+ culture.”
The school was also praised for helping people reach their full potential “without forcing them into a mold.”
Bryn Mawr College also made several other lists in this year’s ranking, including placing third for the Most Beautiful Campus and sixth for both the Most Active Students and the Most Liberal Students.
The school also took ninth place in Best Campus Food and Best College Dorms, while it ranked sixteenth for Overall Best Quality of Life. The school is also among the Top 50 Colleges That Create Futures and for Colleges That Pay You Back.