Cornell ranks in top 10 for best library in America
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Princeton Review rankings have been released today, revealing that Cornell has some of the country’s best libraries.
The study placed Cornell University at number 7 in the Best Library category.
Cornell proudly sits as one of the best Ivy libraries next to Columbia, who placed second, and ten spots ahead of Harvard, which came in at 17th.
We take our libraries seriously, including over 20 libraries and divisions mentioned on the university website. Of course, no conversation on this topic is complete without mentioning Cornell’s “Harry Potter” library, A.D. White Library, which is a favorite tour stop and study space for many Cornellians.
At the top of the table, University of Chicago was number one, followed closely by Vassar, Stanford and the U.S. Military Academy.