Coker University has been included in The Princeton Review’s “2021 Best Colleges: Region by Region” web feature as a “Best Southeastern” school, making this the institution’s 16th consecutive year on the list.
“Coker continues to be included as a ‘Best Southeastern’ school year after year as we have built a strong academic foundation and we remain focused on graduating well-rounded students ready for 21st century careers,” said Dr. Natalie Harder, President of Coker University.
In addition to the traditional, on-campus undergraduate experience, Coker also offers four 100% online undergraduate degree programs in business management, criminology, psychology, and sociology, as well as three 100% online master’s degree programs––M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology, M.S. in College Athletic Administration, and M.S. in Management and Leadership.
The Princeton Review compiles its list based on institutional data collected directly from the colleges, visits to schools, input from college counselors, and the opinions of The Princeton Review’s staff. Schools selected as “Best Colleges” are considered “academically outstanding and well worth consideration” by the esteemed publication.
The 142 colleges represented in the “Best Southeastern” category come from 12 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. More information about Princeton Review’s “Best Southeastern” schools can be found here.
Additional information about Coker University can be found at www.coker.edu.