Private NJ University has Worst Dorm Rooms According to Princeton Review

The Princeton Review's annual ranking of the 384 best U.S. colleges puts Rider University at number one for the worst dorms category. The private university costs a pretty penny with 2018-2019 tuition costs of over $42,000.

The ranking is determined by student feedback and has 62 categories including "Great Financial Aid," "There's a Game?," and "Lots of Beer."

According to NJ.com, the university is aware of what students think of their living situations and they're actively working on updating them. So far they've renovated three residence halls and they plan to upgrade another three in the winter.

Maybe all of the updates will put them under the "Best College Dorms" category next year.

Read the NJ.com story here.

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Photo: James Woodson / Getty Images

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