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Ryan Black
Thursday, January 26, 2017 - 7:00pm

Saunders College of Business was recently recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the top business schools in the country. In the publications yearly effort to create an unranked list of the top business colleges, Saunders College received acknowledgment in the 2017 iteration featuring 294 schools.

Through surveying more than 25,000 students, The Princeton Review seeks to provide thorough profiles on the schools, detailing the quality of professors, competitive level of its students, and other points of comparison. "The schools we selected for this guide all offer academically outstanding degrees: we recommend them highly,” said Robert Franek, SVP / Publisher, The Princeton Review in a press release.

Saunders College, and RIT, have been recognized by the publication in the past as well. In August of last year, The Princeton Review named RIT one of the nation’s best universities for undergrad, pointing out the school’s commitment to diversity, academics, innovation, and in providing real world experiences. Additionally in September, Saunders’ online MBA degree made the list of top 25 programs of its kind in 2016.

The Princeton Review is an organization which seeks to aid countless college and graduate level students in their pursuit of both their educational and professional goals.

---Saunders College of Business is one of nine colleges at Rochester Institute of Technology and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). Recognized and ranked, Saunders is home to more than 2,000 enrolled students with over 18,000 alumni worldwide. Partnerships with RIT’s Venture Creations incubator and top ranked Albert J. Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship help Saunders College deliver a business education that is integrated with RIT’s world-leading technical and creative programs. Saunders College offers undergraduate (BS), Masters (MS), Masters of Business Administration (MBA), and Executive MBA (EMBA) programs where students gain real-world business experiences in the classroom and through cooperative education programs.

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