After cracking the top 10 last year, UMass Amherst has moved up to No. 3 for “best campus food” in the 2013 edition of the Princeton Review’s Best 377 Colleges.
“We are delighted and proud of our accomplishments,” said Ken Toong, executive director of Auxiliary Enterprises, who hinted that the coveted top ranking is achievable. “We will continue to improve. Thanks to the students, staff, faculty and administration for their support. I think the best is still yet to come.”
For the record, Bowdoin College in Maine and Virginia Tech ranked first and second in the best food category.