College Campuses Where There Is Frequent Interaction Among the Races

All of the 371 colleges and universities covered in this year’s Best Colleges from The Princeton Review have strong academic credentials. But The Princeton Review rates these schools on a wide variety of measures including best food, nicest dormitories, and most friendly to alternative lifestyles.

The Princeton Review also rates these 371 colleges and universities on interaction between the races. This year’s list of the colleges and universities with “lots of interaction between the races” is headed by the University of Miami. The university has a diverse student body. Whites are 47 percent of the student body. Blacks are 8 percent of all undergraduate students.

Other schools with solid racial interaction between students include Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Stanford University, and St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Also included in the top 10 schools are Beloit College, Pitzer College, The College of Idaho, Mount Holyoke College, and Oglethorpe University.