The College Scorecard, a ranking of colleges and universities based on how they handle admissions, is the subject of much debate.
Some of the colleges ranked higher than others on the list.
Here’s a look at which schools received the highest grades for handling admissions.
Harvard University The Harvard Crimson rated Harvard as the “most liberal” college in the country and the “best liberal arts college” in the U.S. It has been ranked among the top 10 liberal arts colleges in the world since 2010.
Harvard is also a top 5 school in terms of its student body, according to the College Scorebook.
Harvard was rated “Most Likely to Improve” by The Chronicle of Higher Education in 2014.
The Crimson also found that Harvard’s students were the best-educated in the nation in 2014, earning a bachelor’s degree in 2018.
Harvard also has a strong reputation for helping its graduates to achieve their goals.
Harvard ranked “Most Innovative” in 2018 by the Chronicle of College & Higher Education.
In 2018, the university received an “A” in a survey by the College Board, the education nonprofit group that oversees the rankings.
The school is also an expert on international issues, including foreign aid and human rights.
Harvard’s alumni are also well-connected in Washington, D.C., according to The Chronicle.
In addition to hosting the annual Harvard-Yale alumni event, Harvard hosts a series of “Unite the Right” rallies and a “Freedom Rally” on campus every year.
Yale University Yale University is one of the most progressive colleges in America.
The Ivy League school has been rated as one of “the most progressive” in America by The Harvard Educational Review and has received “A-s” grades in four years in a row.
The campus has also been named “America’s Best College by Time Magazine.”
The Ivy Leagues college has been named one of Time’s 50 Best Colleges in America for the past three years in 2016.
Yale has also seen an uptick in student enrollment in recent years.
In 2019, the school reported enrollment of about 18,000 students, more than double its previous enrollment of 5,800.
Stanford University Stanford University has been an institution of liberal thought since its founding in 1882.
Stanford was ranked as one the top 25 universities by The New York Times and The Chronicle in 2016, and was named one the best colleges in college and university administration by the Higher Education Writers Association.
The university has also received multiple “A’s” from The Chronicle and Harvard, according, The Chronicle reported.
Stanford is also known for its liberal arts programs and programs for minority students.
Stanford has also had an increase in student enrolment in recent decades.
In the last decade, Stanford has seen an increase of students from minority backgrounds.
In 2016, the college received an average of 9,600 students from diverse backgrounds, according The Chronicle, compared to 6,200 in 2018, according the Chronicle.
Stanford also has an undergraduate and graduate program in social work, according.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business, the School of Engineering and the School for Advanced Study in Information Systems have been named among the best business schools in America in the past year.
Northwestern University Northwestern University has consistently been ranked in the top 100 colleges and schools by The Higher Education Writer, an industry publication.
Northwestern’s schools have also been praised by the New York Post, CNN, CNN Money, Forbes, The New Yorker and The Washington Post.
Northwestern is also one of only six universities in the United States that are both rated “most open” and “most transparent” by the Washington Post, according To The Post.
In 2017, Northwestern received an A+ grade from The Times, a grade it received in every year since it was founded in 1884.
Northwestern also has strong ties to the military and the U, which has made it a top recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal.
In February 2017, the Northwestern University’s student body voted unanimously to divest from companies linked to human rights abuses, including Israel.
Northwestern was also ranked by The Washington Times as the most socially liberal college in America, with students voting unanimously to “boycott Israel” in 2017.
Ohio State University Ohio State has been a prominent supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement, and is a recipient of a National Medal of Arts from the White House.
In a statement on March 15, 2017, Ohio State President James Ramsey announced that the school would discontinue a program to honor students who had participated in a protest at Ohio State on March 12, 2017.
The decision to discontinue the program comes after Ohio State students staged a protest on campus in response to the death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, who was shot dead by a police officer in Cleveland.
The protests have been a source of controversy since the protests began in the spring of 2017.
On April 7, 2017 and April 13, 2017 Ohio State’s student newspaper, The Lantern, published an op-ed that suggested the