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September 20, 2017
Princeton Review, Money Magazine and Payscale.com place the Cleveland Institute of Art on their lists.
Three national college assessment organizations have included the Cleveland Institute of Art on their annual lists of schools that deliver a high-quality education.
The Princeton Review, a prestigious education services company, included CIA among its collection of 158 high quality colleges and universities in 12 Midwestern states. CIA was the only dedicated college of art and design on the list.
Princeton also lists best-of colleges in the Northeast, Southeast, West and abroad. A total of 658 schools comprise the regional best-of designation.
“We chose the Cleveland Institute of Art and the other outstanding institutions on this list primarily...continue reading
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