Georgetown, KY – There’s more exciting news from U.S. News & World Report. The magazine asked guidance counselors from America’s Best High Schools in spring 2010 to tell them which national liberal arts colleges they think offer the best undergraduate education to their students — and Georgetown College certainly came to mind, ranking high on their list.
Georgetown College was ranked at No. 110 – in a tie with such schools as Albion College, Bennington College, Eckerd College, Presbyterian College, Sweet Briar College and Wittenberg University.
“Guidance counselors are overworked and underpaid and to keep up with all the college options their students have is no small task,” said Garvel Kindrick, Georgetown’s VP for Enrollment. “We’re proud Georgetown College is one of the top colleges in the minds of guidance counselors.”
Centre College (47) and Berea College and Asbury College (tied at 83) were the only Kentucky institutions ranked higher.