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Where do Virginia Colleges rank?

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(WTVR) – U. S. News and World Report released its 2013 best college rankings today and the tie for first is between Harvard and Princeton.

The University of Virginia placed the highest in the Commonwealth at 24th on the list, for its history, its picturesque grounds and for it’s highly ranked graduate programs.

The College of William and Mary ranked 33rd, Virginia Tech came in at 72nd, George Mason came in 139th, and Virginia Commonwealth University ranked 170th on the list.

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