The rating comes from Cornell Dining’s customers and reflects the quality and variety of food served.
“Our high ranking once again is a testament to the effort our incredible staff puts in meal after meal, day after day, to make sure we serve wonderful food,” says Gail T. Finan ’69, director of Cornell Dining and a School of Hotel Administration graduate. “I'm so pleased by this recognition.”
The third-place ranking is up from seventh place last year, out of the 381 “best colleges” in the nation as ranked by Princeton Review. The company surveys 140,000 college students each year to develop its rankings in 62 categories.