The 10 Colleges Where The Princeton Review Says There Is the Least Interaction Between the Races

Last week we reported the 10 schools rated by The Princeton Review as having the most interaction between students of different races. The University of Miami was rated the school with the most racial interaction among students.

The Princeton Review also lists the schools where there is “little interaction between the races” on campus. Three of the 10 schools with the least racial interaction are in Connecticut and five of the top 10 are in New England.

The 10 schools where there is the least interaction between the races, according to The Princeton Review, are: Fairfield University, Trinity College, the University of New Hampshire, Miami University, Providence College, Quinnipiac University, Wake Forest University, Syracuse University, Texas Christian University, and Rollins College.