LETHBRIDGE: The University of Lethbridge is celebrating some good marks from national media outlets. The Globe and Mail newspaper gave the school A-range grades in five out of 19 categories, and Macleans magazine featured the school in the top ten on an undergraduate listing as part of its annual university ranking.
In the Globe and Mail's "University Report Card," a survey where students across the country grade their schools, the university snagged one more A than last year. The U of L scored a full A in the Class Sizes category and garnered A-minus marks for Quality of Teaching and Learning, Student-Faculty Interaction, Recreation and Athletics and Campus Atmosphere. B-range grades were the norm for 13 other categories, including Research Opportunities, Career Preparation and Instructors' Teaching Style. The school earned its only C in the category of Student Residences.
In the Macleans annual university ranking, the U of L placed fourth in the category of schools that offer mainly undergraduate programs. The school tied for the spot with the University of PEI, just behind top three Mount Allison, Acadia and UNBC.
Posted on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at 3/7/2014 12:14:40 PM
Source: Marion Warnica, Country 95 News