The University of Dayton ranked highly in the 2017 Princeton Review for internships, salaries for graduates, happiness and beer.

UD ranked highly for post-grad pay, internships and ‘lots of beer’

The University of Dayton was ranked highly in four categories in the 2017 Princeton Review.

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UD was ranked as one of the top 200 colleges for incomes after graduation, according to the review. UD graduates leave school with an average starting salary of $50,600, according to data provided by PayScale.com to the Princeton Review, which annually ranks schools in several categories

UD was also ranked 14th for internship opportunities.

Separately, The Princeton Review ranked the university 3rd for happiest students and 2nd for “lots of beer.”

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According to The Princeton Review, the “lots of beer” ranking was awarded to colleges based on a student survey question of “How widely is beer used at your school?”

The University of Wisconsin-Madison beat UD for the top spot in the beer category.

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