On April 11, 2012, two Chinese graduate students got shot and killed while they were in their BMW which parked one mile from their campus of the University of Southern California (USC). Two years later, another USC’s Chinese graduate student was attacked and beaten to death after an attempted robbery. Your school’s location has everything to do with your safety in the United States.
No matter if you are about to choose a U.S. school to attend or will transfer to another U.S. college, one thing you need to collect is the info on crimes in the city or town where your future school is located. Most colleges and universities don’t mention this in their marketing brochures or materials if their schools are around unsafe neighborhoods. It is up to you to be sensible about your own safety.[Information for Your Peace of Mind
Below are what we have gathered from news and reports regarding city rankings in safety and livability.
- NeighborhoodScout’s 100 Safest Cities in America 2017
- The 100 Safest Cities in America 2016
- America’s 50 Best Towns to Live in 2016
- 50 Safest College Towns in America – 2015
- 100 Most Dangerous Cities in the U.S.- 2015
- The 30 Most Dangerous Cities in America – 2015
- 100 Safest Cities in the U.S. – 2015
- City and neighborhood rankings – 2015
- Top 100 Best Small Towns – 2015
- The Most Walkable Cities – 2015
- The Happiest Cities in America – 2015
- The Most Miserable Cities in America – 2015
- The Friendliest and Unfriendliest Cities -2015
- Top 10 friendliest small cities in America – 2014
- Why American cities are not what you think they are?
- The 20 most popular cities among international students
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