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Princeton has the largest percentage of African-American undergraduates in the Ivy League — 8.7 percent — and a 92 percent graduation rate for black students. But with a relatively low social-environment score — 3.5 on a five-point scale — the University ranked 23rd in the “Top 50 Colleges for African Americans,” sixth among the seven Ivies on the list.

No loans? No worries. Surveys placed Princeton No. 1 in “students happy with financial aid” and No. 3 in “happiest students.” Scenery may also play a role — the University has the nation’s “most beautiful campus,” according to “The Best 368 Colleges,” Princeton Review’s annual guidebook.
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