Several NJ colleges rank among best in the country, Princeton tops list
Princeton University is at the top of the U.S. News and World ranking of United States colleges and universities.
It's the third year in row that the school has topped the list, with Harvard, Yale Columbia & Stanford rounding out the top 5.
Several other New Jersey schools placed on the national list: Rutgers University-New Brunswick placed at No. 72 and the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken landed in a tie with the University of Delaware for 75th place. Seton Hall came in at No. 123, Caldwell University came in at No. 103, a dNew Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark and Rutgers-Newark tied for No. 140.
The College of New Jersey in Ewing ranked No. 1 on the list for "Best Regional Universities – North."
The list of 1,376 colleges determined by their undergraduate majors, master's and doctoral programs, undergraduate academic reputation, retention and graduation rates, faculty resources, selectivity, financial resources and alumni giving.