Dining halls and food quality are an integral part of campus life. Virginia Tech is no stranger to this list of America’s best campus food. The Princeton Review once again ranked Virginia Tech among the top 10 colleges in the country for excellent campus food.
All of America’s universities are assessed in the analysis. And more specifically, the student body’s responses to a simple question are surveyed.
How do you rate the food on campus?
The answers from Virginia Tech students were overwhelmingly positive, ranking it at the number 8 spot on the list of 25 schools! Coming in the top 10 are:
- University of Massachusetts Amherst; Amherst, MA
- Cornell University; Ithaca, NY
- Bowdoin College; Brunswick, ME
- Pitzer College; Claremont, CA
- Washington University in St. Louis; St. Louis, MO
- Vanderbilt University; Nashville, TN
- University of Dayton; Dayton, OH
- Virginia Tech; Blacksburg, VA
- Kansas State University; Manhattan, KS
- St. Olaf College; Northfield, MN
Barely missing the top 10 is another Virginia university. Students at University of Richmond also praised their campus food, ringing it in at the number 11 spot on the list. Not too far down is James Madison University of Harrisonburg, Virginia at number 15 for the best campus food.
Moral of the story? Virginia has a lot of great schools to keep your brain tickled and stomach satiated.
Other wins for Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech also scooped another round of notable accolades from The Princeton Review. In the public school division, it came in at number 5 for best alumni networks, number 9 for best career placement, 18 for best internship opportunities, 18 again for best schools to make an impact, number 22 for best value colleges overall, and number 17 for best value colleges without financial aid.
Virginia Tech also ranked at number 15 nationwide for top schools engaged in community service.