US News & World Report - National Universities Rankings 2021
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2021年 National University Rankings
|1||Princeton University||Princeton, NJ|
|2||Harvard University||Cambridge, MA|
|3||Columbia University||New York, NY|
|4||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, MA|
|4||Yale University||New Haven, CT|
|6||University of Chicago||Chicago, IL|
|6||Stanford University||Stanford, CA|
|8||University of Pennsylvania||Philadelphia, PA|
|9||California Institute of Technology||Pasadena, CA|
|9||Johns Hopkins University||Baltimore, MD|
|9||Northwestern University||Evanston, IL|
|12||Duke University||Durham, NC|
|13||Dartmouth College||Hanover, NH|
|14||Vanderbilt University||Nashville, TN|
|14||Brown University||Providence, RI|
|16||Rice University||Houston, TX|
|16||Washington University in St. Louis||St. Louis, MO|
|18||Cornell University||Ithaca, NY|
|19||University of Notre Dame||Notre Dame, IN|
|20||University of California--Los Angeles||Los Angeles, CA|
|21||Emory University||Atlanta, GA|
|22||University of California--Berkeley||Berkeley, CA|
|23||Georgetown University||Washington, DC|
|24||University of Michigan--Ann Arbor||Ann Arbor, MI|
|24||University of Southern California||Los Angeles, CA|
|26||University of Virginia||Charlottesville, VA|
|26||Carnegie Mellon University||Pittsburgh, PA|
|28||University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill||Chapel Hill, NC|
|28||Wake Forest University||Winston-Salem, NC|
|30||University of California--Santa Barbara||Santa Barbara, CA|
|30||University of Florida||Gainesville, FL|
|30||Tufts University||Medford, MA|
|30||New York University||New York, NY|
|34||University of Rochester||Rochester, NY|
|35||Georgia Institute of Technology||Atlanta, GA|
|35||University of California--Irvine||Irvine, CA|
|35||University of California--San Diego||La Jolla, CA|
|35||Boston College||Chestnut Hill, MA|
|39||University of California--Davis||Davis, CA|
|39||William & Mary||Williamsburg, VA|
|41||Tulane University||New Orleans, LA|
|42||University of Texas at Austin||Austin, TX|
|42||University of Wisconsin--Madison||Madison, WI|
|42||Brandeis University||Waltham, MA|
|42||Case Western Reserve University||Cleveland, OH|
|42||Boston University||Boston, MA|
|47||University of Georgia||Athens, GA|
|47||University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign||Champaign, IL|
|49||Pepperdine University||Malibu, CA|
|49||Lehigh University||Bethlehem, PA|
|49||University of Miami||Coral Gables, FL|
|49||Northeastern University||Boston, MA|
|53||Ohio State University--Columbus||Columbus, OH|
|53||Purdue University--West Lafayette||West Lafayette, IN|
|53||Santa Clara University||Santa Clara, CA|
|53||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Troy, NY|
|53||Villanova University||Villanova, PA|
|58||Florida State University||Tallahassee, FL|
|58||University of Maryland--College Park||College Park, MD|
|58||University of Pittsburgh--Pittsburgh Campus||Pittsburgh, PA|
|58||University of Washington||Seattle, WA|
|58||Syracuse University||Syracuse, NY|
|63||Pennsylvania State University--University Park||University Park, PA|
|63||Rutgers University--New Brunswick||Piscataway, NJ|
|63||University of Connecticut||Storrs, CT|
|66||Texas A&M University||College Station, TX|
|66||University of Massachusetts--Amherst||Amherst, MA|
|66||University of Minnesota--Twin Cities||Minneapolis, MN|
|66||Worcester Polytechnic Institute||Worcester, MA|
|66||Southern Methodist University||Dallas, TX|
|66||Loyola Marymount University||Los Angeles, CA|
|66||Fordham University||New York, NY|
|66||George Washington University||Washington, DC|
|74||Clemson University||Clemson, SC|
|74||Virginia Tech||Blacksburg, VA|
|76||Indiana University--Bloomington||Bloomington, IN|
|76||Yeshiva University||New York, NY|
|76||American University||Washington, DC|
|76||Baylor University||Waco, TX|
|80||Michigan State University||East Lansing, MI|
|80||North Carolina State University||Raleigh, NC|
|80||Stevens Institute of Technology||Hoboken, NJ|
|80||Gonzaga University||Spokane, WA|
|80||University of Denver||Denver, CO|
|80||Howard University||Washington, DC|
|80||Texas Christian University||Fort Worth, TX|
|80||Brigham Young University--Provo||Provo, UT|
|88||Binghamton University--SUNY||Binghamton, NY|
|88||Colorado School of Mines||Golden, CO|
|88||Stony Brook University--SUNY||Stony Brook, NY|
|88||University at Buffalo--SUNY||Buffalo, NY|
|88||University of California--Riverside||Riverside, CA|
|88||University of Iowa||Iowa City, IA|
|88||University of San Diego||San Diego, CA|
|88||Elon University||Elon, NC|
|88||Marquette University||Milwaukee, WI|
|97||Auburn University||Auburn, AL|
|97||University of Arizona||Tucson, AZ|
|97||University of California--Merced||Merced, CA|
|97||University of California--Santa Cruz||Santa Cruz, CA|
|97||University of Delaware||Newark, DE|
|97||University of Utah||Salt Lake City, UT|
|103||Arizona State University--Tempe||Tempe, AZ|
|103||Miami University--Oxford||Oxford, OH|
|103||Temple University||Philadelphia, PA|
|103||University of Colorado Boulder||Boulder, CO|
|103||University of Oregon||Eugene, OR|
|103||University of South Florida||Tampa, FL|
|103||Clark University||Worcester, MA|
|103||University of San Francisco||San Francisco, CA|
|103||Saint Louis University||St. Louis, MO|
|112||University of Illinois--Chicago||Chicago, IL|
|112||University of Tennessee||Knoxville, TN|
|112||University of La Verne||La Verne, CA|
|112||Creighton University||Omaha, NE|
|112||Loyola University Chicago||Chicago, IL|
|112||Rochester Institute of Technology||Rochester, NY|
|118||Iowa State University||Ames, IA|
|118||New Jersey Institute of Technology||Newark, NJ|
|118||Rutgers University--Newark||Newark, NJ|
|118||SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry||Syracuse, NY|
|118||University of South Carolina||Columbia, SC|
|118||University of Vermont||Burlington, VT|
|124||University of Missouri||Columbia, MO|
|124||Gallaudet University||Washington, DC|
|124||Drake University||Des Moines, IA|
|124||Clarkson University||Potsdam, NY|
|124||Illinois Institute of Technology||Chicago, IL|
|124||Seattle University||Seattle, WA|
|124||Chapman University||Orange, CA|
|124||DePaul University||Chicago, IL|
|124||University of Kansas||Lawrence, KS|
|133||The New School||New York, NY|
|133||University of Kentucky||Lexington, KY|
|133||University of Nebraska--Lincoln||Lincoln, NE|
|133||University of Oklahoma||Norman, OK|
|133||Simmons University||Boston, MA|
|133||University of the Pacific||Stockton, CA|
|133||Seton Hall University||South Orange, NJ|
|133||University of St. Thomas (MN)||St. Paul, MN|
|133||University of Dayton||Dayton, OH|
|133||Drexel University||Philadelphia, PA|
|143||George Mason University||Fairfax, VA|
|143||Samford University||Birmingham, AL|
|143||San Diego State University||San Diego, CA|
|143||University of Alabama||Tuscaloosa, AL|
|143||University of Cincinnati||Cincinnati, OH|
|143||University of New Hampshire||Durham, NH|
|143||University of Texas at Dallas||Richardson, TX|
|143||University of Tulsa||Tulsa, OK|
|143||The Catholic University of America||Washington, DC|
|143||Duquesne University||Pittsburgh, PA|
|153||Colorado State University||Fort Collins, CO|
|153||Louisiana State University--Baton Rouge||Baton Rouge, LA|
|153||Oregon State University||Corvallis, OR|
|153||University of Alabama at Birmingham||Birmingham, AL|
|153||Michigan Technological University||Houghton, MI|
|153||Rutgers University--Camden||Camden, NJ|
|153||Quinnipiac University||Hamden, CT|
|160||University at Albany--SUNY||Albany, NY|
|160||University of Arkansas||Fayetteville, AR|
|160||University of Central Florida||Orlando, FL|
|160||University of Maryland--Baltimore County||Baltimore, MD|
|160||University of Mississippi||University, MS|
|160||Virginia Commonwealth University||Richmond, VA|
|160||Valparaiso University||Valparaiso, IN|
|160||Mercer University||Macon, GA|
|160||Hofstra University||Hempstead, NY|
|160||Belmont University||Nashville, TN|
|170||Kansas State University||Manhattan, KS|
|170||University of Hawaii--Manoa||Honolulu, HI|
|170||University of Idaho||Moscow, ID|
|170||University of Rhode Island||Kingston, RI|
|170||Adelphi University||Garden City, NY|
|170||St. John's University (NY)||Queens, NY|
|176||CUNY--City College||New York, NY|
|176||Missouri University of Science and Technology||Rolla, MO|
|176||Ohio University||Athens, OH|
|176||St. John Fisher College||Rochester, NY|
|176||Montclair State University|
U.S. News & World Report - National University Ranking 2020
U.S. News & World Reportjust released its2020 Best Collegesrankings, covering approximately 1400 colleges and universities. For the ninth straight year, Princeton tops the National University list, followed, not unexpectedly, by Harvard in second. Columbia, MIT, and Yale tied for third. Williams College tops the list of National Liberal Arts Colleges, and UCLA is No. 1 among Top Public Schools. All the schools ranked in the top 20 National Universities list in 2020 were in the top 20 in 2019. This rankings inertia stems from both institutional continuity and a largely repetitive methodology.
we have merged the 2020 QS global ranking with the US News National University ranking to give our readers the ranking of the two most accepted university ranking.
|US News 2020||QS Global 2020||School||Location|
|1||013||Princeton University||Princeton, NJ|
|2||003||Harvard University||Cambridge, MA|
|3||018||Columbia University||New York, NY|
|3||001||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)||Cambridge, MA|
|3||017||Yale University||New Haven, CT|
|6||002||Stanford University||Stanford, CA|
|6||010||University of Chicago||Chicago, IL|
|6||015||University of Pennsylvania||Philadelphia, PA|
|9||031||Northwestern University||Evanston, IL|
|10||025||Duke University||Durham, NC|
|10||024||Johns Hopkins University||Baltimore, MD|
|12||005||California Institute of Technology (Caltech)||Pasadena, CA|
|12||207||Dartmouth College||Hanover, NH|
|14||057||Brown University||Providence, RI|
|15||210||University of Notre Dame||Notre Dame, IN|
|15||200||Vanderbilt University||Nashville, TN|
|17||014||Cornell University||Ithaca, NY|
|17||085||Rice University||Houston, TX|
|19||108||Washington University in St. Louis||St. Louis, MO|
|20||035||University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)||Los Angeles, CA|
|21||156||Emory University||Atlanta, GA|
|22||028||University of California, Berkeley (UCB)||Berkeley, CA|
|22||129||University of Southern California||Los Angeles, CA|
|24||226||Georgetown University||Washington, DC|
|25||048||Carnegie Mellon University||Pittsburgh, PA|
|25||021||University of Michigan - Ann Arbor||Ann Arbor, MI|
|27||398||Wake Forest University||Winston-Salem, NC|
|28||198||University of Virginia||Charlottesville, VA|
|29||072||Georgia Institute of Technology||Atlanta, GA|
|29||039||New York University (NYU)||New York, NY|
|29||253||Tufts University||Medford, MA|
|29||090||University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill||Chapel Hill, NC|
|29||170||University of Rochester||Rochester, NY|
|34||135||University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)||Santa Barbara, CA|
|34||167||University of Florida||Gainesville, FL|
|36||219||University of California - Irvine (UCI)||Irvine, CA|
|37||432||Boston College||Chestnut Hill, MA|
|37||045||University of California - San Diego (UCSD)||La Jolla, CA|
|29||39||New York University (NYU)||United States|
|39||104||University of California - Davis (UCD)||Davis, CA|
|40||098||Boston University||Boston, MA|
|40||468||Brandeis University||Waltham, MA|
|40||167||Case Western Reserve University||Cleveland, OH|
|40||601-650||College of William and Mary||Williamsburg, VA|
|40||344||Northeastern University||Boston, MA|
|40||419||Tulane University||New Orleans, LA|
|46||056||University of Wisconsin - Madison||Madison, WI|
|46||162||Villanova University||Villanova, PA|
|48||075||University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)||Champaign, IL|
|48||065||University of Texas - Austin||Austin, TX|
|50||551-560||Lehigh University||Bethlehem, PA|
|50||n/a||Pepperdine University||Malibu, CA|
|50||383||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Troy, NY|
|50||474||University of Georgia||Athens, GA|
|54||101||Ohio State University - Columbus||Columbus, OH|
|54||192||Santa Clara University||Santa Clara, CA|
|54||581-590||Syracuse University||Syracuse, NY|
|14||57||Brown University||United States|
|57||448||Florida State University||Tallahassee, FL|
|57||093||Pennsylvania State University - University Park||University Park, PA|
|57||111||Purdue University - West Lafayette||West Lafayette, IN|
|57||271||University of Miami||Coral Gables, FL|
|57||140||University of Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA|
|62||262||Rutgers University - New Brunswick||Piscataway, NJ|
|62||068||University of Washington||Seattle, WA|
|64||104||Loyola Marymount University||Los Angeles, CA|
|64||701-750||Southern Methodist University||Dallas, TX|
|64||377||University of Connecticut||Storrs, CT|
|64||136||University of Maryland - College Park||College Park, MD|
|64||305||University of Massachusetts - Amherst||Amherst, MA|
|64||601-650||Worcester Polytechnic Institute||Worcester, MA|
|70||701-750||Clemson University||Clemson, SC|
|70||336||George Washington University||Washington, DC|
|70||189||Texas A&M University - College Station||College Station, TX|
|70||156||University of Minnesota - Twin Cities||Minneapolis, MN|
|74||801-1000||Fordham University||New York, NY|
|74||651-700||Stevens Institute of Technology||Hoboken, NJ|
|74||27||Virginia Tech||Blacksburg, VA|
|77||601-650||American University||Washington, DC|
|77||751-800||Brigham Young University - Provo||Provo, UT|
|79||801-1000||Baylor University||Waco, TX|
|79||801-1000||Binghamton University - SUNY||Binghamton, NY|
|79||218||Gonzaga University||Spokane, WA|
|79||312||Indiana University - Bloomington||Bloomington, IN|
|79||340||University at Buffalo - SUNY||Buffalo, NY|
|84||166||Colorado School of Mines||Golden, CO|
|84||21||Elon University||Elon, NC|
|84||801-1000||Marquette University||Milwaukee, WI|
|84||144||Michigan State University||East Lansing, MI|
|84||285||North Carolina State University - Raleigh||Raleigh, NC|
|84||367||University of California - Santa Cruz||Santa Cruz, CA|
|84||421||University of Iowa||Iowa City, IA|
The 2020 list
U.S. News & World Report implemented new ranking criteria that heavily weigh social mobility and graduation outcomes. The rankings compare bachelor's degree-granting institutions from across the U.S. on 15 diverse measures of academic quality. They can help you craft a shortlist of places in which to dig deeper.
The publication evaluates schools based on the following - Student outcomes (including the new Social mobility factor), Student excellence, Faculty resources, Expert opinion, Financial resources, Alumni giving.
UC Berkeley had returned to a top-25 position on the national list (No. 22), after UCLA. (No. 20). Stanford tied with the University of Chicago and the University of Pennsylvania at No. 6 position.
Note 1. UC Berkeley is back in the good graces of the collegiate kingmakers behind the U.S. News and World Report's annual ranking of the nation's top universities. The news comes not long after the publication discovered the school (along with the University of Oklahoma) had been misreporting alumni donation data since at least 2014.
Back in July, U.S. News removed Cal from the rankings after a person affiliated with the school disclosed the incorrect reporting, Forbes reported.
(Public colleges and universities typically operate under the supervision of state governments and are funded, in part, by tax dollars and subsidies from the state. As a result, these universities often offer discounted tuition to residents of their states. Public schools run the range from small liberal arts colleges to large research institutions.)
Princeton and Harvard clocked in at first and second place, respectively, for best National Universities, with a three-way tie for third: Columbia, MIT, and Yale.
Boston University (BU) advanced two spots, to number 40, BU shares that spot with five peer institutions, two of them - Brandeis and Northeastern - also in Massachusetts. The other three areCase Western Reserve University, the College of William & Mary, and Tulane University.
BU moved up one notch in the magazine’s ranking of Most Innovative Schools, tying at number 27 with the University of Pennsylvania, Rice University, and UCLA. These are institutions that in the opinion of presidents, provosts, and admissions deans surveyed by U.S. News are making the most innovative improvements in terms of curriculum, faculty, students, campus life, technology, or facilities.
Some of the Pennsylvania schools that made the national university rankings: University of Pennsylvania #6, Carnegie Mellon University #25, Villanova University #46, Lehigh University #50, Pennsylvania State University - University Park #57, University of Pittsburgh #57, Drexel University #97, Temple University #104, Duquesne University #132.
A total of 121 New York colleges were featured on the national list with the highest-ranking college - Columbia University — coming in at No. 3 and the lowest-ranking New York school/schools earning rankings of between 164 and 381.
Among the New York schools that were featured on the social mobility rankings were Stony Brook University — SUNY, Pace University, Vassar College, United States Military Academy, Purchase College — SUNY, Monroe College, Nyack College, Iona College, Adelphi University and the United States Merchant Marine Academy.
The University of Washington again is the highest-ranked national university on U.S. News & World Report's 2020 best colleges list. A total of five colleges were featured on the national list with UW coming in at No. 66 nationwide, and Whitman College in Walla Walla was ranked the 46th best liberal arts college in the nation. Washington schools that made the national university rankings - University of Washington (62), Gonzaga University (79), Seattle University (139), Washington State University (166), Seattle Pacific University (192).
Rice University is once again the top Texas school in U.S. News & World Report’s newest rankings , Rice was tied at No. 17 on the 2020 list of best national universities, along with Cornell University in New York. The University of Texas at Austin was the second Texas school on the 2020 list, once again, and moved up one spot from last year. Southern Methodist University in North Texas fell five spots from last year. The University of Houston also fell 14 spots.
Looking just at public schools, UT was No. 14 nationwide, Texas A&M University was No. 27, and UH came in at No. 92. They all fell from their spots last year.
The University of Chicago (#6) maintained its position as one of top institutions in the nation, once again earning a ranking in the top 10 of U.S. News and World Report’s “best colleges” list for 2020. The Hyde Park university tied with Stanford and the University of Pennsylvania for sixth place in the organization’s national rankings.
What has brought many of the world’s most promising students and distinguished faculty to the University of Chicag the most powerful environment for original research and new schools of thought. The demonstrated success of the College over the last decade shows that more talented students than ever share these values and aspire to join, benefit from, and contribute to the University of Chicago’s distinctive intellectual community.
Northwestern University (#9) are delighted with their steady ascent in the U.S. News survey, it is an external endorsement of their extraordinarily talented community of faculty, staff and students does every day to make Northwestern one of the leading research universities in the world.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign was the next highest-ranked Illinois school, finishing in 48th place. Loyola University (104th), the Illinois Institute of Technology (117th), DePaul University (125th) and the University of Illinois at Chicago (132nd) also finished among the rankings’ top 150.
Top Public Schools
California dominated the list. UCLA maintains its top spot with the University of California, Berkeley in second. It was the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor that rounded out the top three.
The full US News rankings
|1||Princeton University||Princeton, NJ||5,428|
|2||Harvard University||Cambridge, MA||6,788|
|3||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, MA||4,602|
|3||Yale University||New Haven, CT||5,964|
|3||Columbia University||New York, NY||6,202|
|6||University of Chicago||Chicago, IL||6,552|
|6||Stanford University||Stanford, CA||7,087|
|6||University of Pennsylvania||Philadelphia, PA||10,183|
|9||Northwestern University||Evanston, IL||8,231|
|10||Johns Hopkins University||Baltimore, MD||6,064|
|10||Duke University||Durham, NC||6,682|
|12||California Institute of Technology||Pasadena, CA||948|
|12||Dartmouth College||Hanover, NH||4,417|
|14||Brown University||Providence, RI||7,043|
|15||Vanderbilt University||Nashville, TN||6,861|
|15||University of Notre Dame||Notre Dame, IN||8,617|
|17||Rice University||Houston, TX||3,992|
|17||Cornell University||Ithaca, NY||15,182|
|19||Washington University in St. Louis||St. Louis, MO||7,751|
|20||University of California--Los Angeles||Los Angeles, CA||31,577|
|21||Emory University||Atlanta, GA||7,086|
|22||University of Southern California||Los Angeles, CA||19,907|
|22||University of California--Berkeley||Berkeley, CA||30,853|
|24||Georgetown University||Washington, DC||7,459|
|25||Carnegie Mellon University||Pittsburgh, PA||6,947|
|25||University of Michigan--Ann Arbor||Ann Arbor, MI||30,318|
|27||Wake Forest University||Winston-Salem, NC||5,225|
|28||University of Virginia||Charlottesville, VA||16,777|
|29||Tufts University||Medford, MA||5,643|
|29||University of Rochester||Rochester, NY||6,535|
|29||Georgia Institute of Technology||Atlanta, GA||16,049|
|29||University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill||Chapel Hill, NC||19,117|
|29||New York University||New York, NY||26,733|
|34||University of California--Santa Barbara||Santa Barbara, CA||23,070|
|34||University of Florida||Gainesville, FL||35,491|
|36||University of California--Irvine||Irvine, CA||29,736|
|37||Boston College||Chestnut Hill, MA||9,377|
|37||University of California--San Diego||La Jolla, CA||30,285|
|39||University of California--Davis||Davis, CA||30,872|
|40||Brandeis University||Waltham, MA||3,639|
|40||Case Western Reserve University||Cleveland, OH||5,262|
|40||College of William and Mary||Williamsburg, VA||6,377|
|40||Tulane University||New Orleans, LA||6,773|
|40||Northeastern University||Boston, MA||13,909|
|40||Boston University||Boston, MA||18,515|
|46||Villanova University||Villanova, PA||6,917|
|46||University of Wisconsin--Madison||Madison, WI||32,648|
|48||University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign||Champaign, IL||33,915|
|48||University of Texas--Austin||Austin, TX||40,804|
|50||Pepperdine University||Malibu, CA||3,627|
|50||Lehigh University||Bethlehem, PA||5,047|
|50||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Troy, NY||6,628|
|50||University of Georgia||Athens, GA||29,611|
|54||Santa Clara University||Santa Clara, CA||5,520|
|54||Syracuse University||Syracuse, NY||15,226|
|54||Ohio State University--Columbus||Columbus, OH||46,820|
|57||University of Miami||Coral Gables, FL||11,117|
|57||University of Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, PA||19,330|
|57||Florida State University||Tallahassee, FL||32,472|
|57||Purdue University--West Lafayette||West Lafayette, IN||32,672|
|57||Pennsylvania State University--University Park||University Park, PA||40,363|
|62||University of Washington||Seattle, WA||32,099|
|62||Rutgers University--New Brunswick||Piscataway, NJ||36,039|
|64||Worcester Polytechnic Institute||Worcester, MA||4,668|
|64||Southern Methodist University||Dallas, TX||6,479|
|64||Loyola Marymount University||Los Angeles, CA||6,700|
|64||University of Connecticut||Storrs, CT||19,133|
|64||University of Massachusetts--Amherst||Amherst, MA||23,515|
|64||University of Maryland--College Park||College Park, MD||30,762|
|70||George Washington University||Washington, DC||12,546|
|70||Clemson University||Clemson, SC||19,669|
|70||University of Minnesota--Twin Cities||Minneapolis, MN||34,633|
|70||Texas A&M University--College Station||College Station, TX||53,743|
|74||Stevens Institute of Technology||Hoboken, NJ||3,230|
|74||Fordham University||New York, NY||9,645|
|74||Virginia Tech||Blacksburg, VA||27,811|
|77||American University||Washington, DC||8,287|
|77||Brigham Young University--Provo||Provo, UT||31,441|
|79||Binghamton University--SUNY||Binghamton, NY||14,021|
|79||Baylor University||Waco, TX||14,188|
|79||University at Buffalo--SUNY||Buffalo, NY||21,607|
|79||Indiana University--Bloomington||Bloomington, IN||33,301|
|79||Gonzaga University||Spokane, WA|
|84||Colorado School of Mines||Golden, CO||4,954|
|84||Elon University||Elon, NC||6,196|
|84||Marquette University||Milwaukee, WI||8,435|
|84||University of California--Santa Cruz||Santa Cruz, CA||17,792|
|84||University of Iowa||Iowa City, IA||23,989|
|84||North Carolina State University--Raleigh||Raleigh, NC||25,199|
|84||Michigan State University||East Lansing, MI||39,423|
|91||Clark University||Worcester, MA||2,304|
|91||University of San Diego||San Diego, CA||5,855|
|91||Miami University--Oxford||Oxford, OH||17,326|
|91||Stony Brook University--SUNY||Stony Brook, NY||17,522|
|91||University of Delaware||Newark, DE||19,117|
|91||University of California--Riverside||Riverside, CA||20,581|
|97||Yeshiva University||New York, NY||2,682|
|97||University of Denver||Denver, CO||5,801|
|97||University of San Francisco||San Francisco, CA||6,704|
|97||Saint Louis University||St. Louis, MO||7,167|
|97||New Jersey Institute of Technology||Newark, NJ||8,532|
|97||Texas Christian University||Fort Worth, TX||9,445|
|97||Drexel University||Philadelphia, PA||13,490|
|104||Creighton University||Omaha, NE||4,446|
|104||Howard University||Washington, DC||6,243|
|104||University of California--Merced||Merced, CA||7,881|
|104||Loyola University Chicago||Chicago, IL||11,919|
|104||Rochester Institute of Technology||Rochester, NY||13,513|
|104||University of Oregon||Eugene, OR||19,101|
|104||University of Tennessee||Knoxville, TN||22,815|
|104||Auburn University||Auburn, AL||24,628|
|104||University of Utah||Salt Lake City, UT||24,743|
|104||University of South Carolina||Columbia, SC||26,733|
|104||Temple University||Philadelphia, PA||29,484|
|104||University of Colorado--Boulder||Boulder, CO||30,152|
|104||University of South Florida||Tampa, FL||32,238|
|117||Illinois Institute of Technology||Chicago, IL||3,026|
|117||Clarkson University||Potsdam, NY||3,091|
|117||University of Arizona||Tucson, AZ||35,233|
|117||Arizona State University--Tempe||Tempe, AZ||42,844|
|121||SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry||Syracuse, NY||1,779|
|121||University of Tulsa||Tulsa, OK||3,296|
|121||University of Vermont||Burlington, VT||11,328|
|121||Iowa State University||Ames, IA||29,621|
|125||University of the Pacific||Stockton, CA||3,701|
|125||Chapman University||Orange, CA||7,281|
|125||University of New Hampshire||Durham, NH||12,782|
|125||DePaul University||Chicago, IL||14,507|
|125||Simmons University||Boston, MA|
|130||Drake University||Des Moines, IA||3,015|
|130||University of Kansas||Lawrence, KS|
|132||University of La Verne||La Verne, CA||2,798|
|132||Duquesne University||Pittsburgh, PA||6,013|
|132||University of Dayton||Dayton, OH||8,617|
|132||Rutgers University--Newark||Newark, NJ||9,142|
|132||University of Illinois--Chicago||Chicago, IL||20,783|
|132||University of Kentucky||Lexington, KY||22,136|
|132||University of Oklahoma||Norman, OK||22,152|
|139||Seattle University||Seattle, WA||4,764|
|139||Seton Hall University||South Orange, NJ||6,136|
|139||University of Missouri||Columbia, MO||22,503|
|139||Oregon State University||Corvallis, OR||25,699|
|139||University of Cincinnati||Cincinnati, OH||26,932|
|139||The Catholic University of America||Washington, DC|
|139||University of Nebraska--Lincoln||Lincoln, NE|
|139||University of St. Thomas||St. Paul, MN|
|147||University at Albany--SUNY||Albany, NY||13,598|
|147||University of Texas--Dallas||Richardson, TX||19,872|
|147||San Diego State University||San Diego, CA||30,393|
|147||Michigan Technological University||Houghton, MI|
|147||Samford University||Birmingham, AL|
|147||University of St. Joseph||West Hartford, CT|
|153||Valparaiso University||Valparaiso, IN||3,218|
|153||Thomas Jefferson University||Philadelphia, PA||3,604|
|153||Mercer University||Macon, GA||4,797|
|153||University of Arkansas||Fayetteville, AR||23,386|
|153||Louisiana State University--Baton Rouge||Baton Rouge, LA||25,361|
|153||George Mason University||Fairfax, VA||26,192|
|153||University of Alabama||Tuscaloosa, AL||33,028|
|153||Quinnipiac University||Hamden, CT|
|153||The New School||New York, NY|
|162||Hofstra University||Hempstead, NY||6,701|
|162||Kansas State University||Manhattan, KS||17,869|
|162||University of Mississippi||University, MS||18,007|
|162||Virginia Commonwealth University||Richmond, VA||24,058|
|166||Adelphi University||Garden City, NY||5,391|
|166||Belmont University||Nashville, TN||6,656|
|166||University of Maryland--Baltimore County||Baltimore, MD||11,260|
|166||University of Alabama--Birmingham||Birmingham, AL||13,836|
|166||University of Rhode Island||Kingston, RI||13,865|
|166||Rowan University||Glassboro, NJ||16,120|
|166||Washington State University||Pullman, WA||26,098|
|166||Colorado State University||Fort Collins, CO||26,400|
|166||University of Central Florida||Orlando, FL||58,913|
|166||Montclair State University||Montclair, NJ|
|166||Rutgers University--Camden||Camden, NJ|
|166||St. John Fisher College||Rochester, NY|
|166||University of Hawaii--Manoa||Honolulu, HI|
|179||Gallaudet University||Washington, DC||1,138|
|179||University of Detroit Mercy||Detroit, MI||2,880|
|179||Missouri University of Science & Technology--Rolla||Rolla, MO||6,848|
|179||University of Idaho||Moscow, ID||9,568|
|179||St. John's University||Queens, NY||16,884|
|179||University of Massachusetts--Lowell||Lowell, MA|
|185||Biola University||La Mirada, CA||4,010|
|185||University of North Carolina--Wilmington||Wilmington, NC||14,452|
|185||Ohio University||Athens, OH||22,275|
|185||University of Houston||Houston, TX||38,348|
|185||Chatham University||Pittsburgh, PA|
|185||Pacific University||Forest Grove, OR|
|185||Union University||Jackson, TN|
|192||Seattle Pacific University||Seattle, WA||2,876|
|192||University of Louisville||Louisville, KY||15,642|
|192||Oklahoma State University||Stillwater, OK||20,574|
|192||Ball State University||Muncie, IN|
|192||Misericordia University||Dallas, PA|
|197||Bellarmine University||Louisville, KY||2,552|
|197||Bethel University||St. Paul, MN||2,857|
|197||Illinois State University||Normal, IL||18,107|
|197||Towson University||Towson, MD||19,818|
|197||Loyola University New Orleans||New Orleans, LA|
|202||University of St. Francis||Joliet, IL||1,629|
|202||Florida Institute of Technology||Melbourne, FL||3,680|
|202||Pace University||New York, NY||8,960|
|202||University of Maine||Orono, ME||9,365|
|202||Edgewood College||Madison, WI|
|202||Maryville University of St. Louis||St Louis, MO|
|202||Regis University||Denver, CO|
|202||Robert Morris University||Moon Township, PA|
|202||Widener University||Chester, PA|
|211||Wilkes University||Wilkes-Barre, PA||2,455|
|211||University of Hartford||West Hartford, CT||5,000|
|211||Mississippi State University||Mississippi State, MS||18,490|
|211||California State University--Fresno||Fresno, CA||22,071|
|211||Kent State University||Kent, OH||22,557|
|211||Georgia State University||Atlanta, GA||27,190|
|211||Immaculata University||Immaculata, PA|
|218||Lipscomb University||Nashville, TN||2,938|
|218||Hampton University||Hampton, VA||3,672|
|218||Florida International University||Miami, FL||48,439|
|218||Clarke University||Dubuque, IA|
|218||Gannon University||Erie, PA|
|218||Sacred Heart University||Fairfield, CT|
Methodology (adopted for 2020)
U.S. News made some changes for its 35th edition of the rankings. The publication updated its methodology to give the nearly1,400 schoolsit evaluated more credit based on how they supported first-generation college students through graduation.
This year, the publication also created a new ranking category, Top Performers on Social Mobility, evaluating schools that best serve underrepresented students by looking at enrollment and graduation rates of low-income students
The publication evaluates schools based on the following.
Student outcomes (including the new Social mobility factor), Student excellence, Faculty resources, Expert opinion, Financial resources, Alumni giving.
The Ranking Factors
High school counselor opinion was discontinued as part of expert opinion. Otherwise, there were no changes in weights assigned to each factor for the 2020 edition. There are, however, small differences in how some of the factors were calculated, described below. For a more detailed look at how the rankings are computed on a factor-by-factor level, please see Ranking Criteria and Weights and Morse Code: Inside the College Rankings.
Factors and weights used in the U.S. News Best Colleges rankings.
More than one-third of a school's rank comes from its success at retaining and graduating students within 150% of normal time (six years). It receives the highest weight in our rankings because degree completion is necessary to receive the full benefits of undergraduate study from employers and graduate schools. We approach outcomes from angles of graduation and retention (22%), graduation rate performance (8%) and social mobility (5%).
Graduation and retention rates: This has two components.
A four-year rolling average of the proportion of each entering class (fall 2009-fall 2012) earning a degree in six years or less (17.6%).
A four-year rolling average of the proportion of first-year entering students (fall 2014-fall 2017) who returned the following fall (4.4%).
Graduation rate performance: We compared each college's actual six-year graduation rate with what we predicted for its fall 2012 entering class. The predicted rates were modeled from admissions data, proportion of undergraduates awarded Pell Grants, school financial resources, proportion of federal financial aid recipients who are first generation, and National Universities' math and science, or STEM, orientations.
The first-generation students variable was new for the 2020 rankings and in effect gives schools more credit for their graduation rates when accomplished with higher proportions of students who were the first in their immediate families to attend college. The data was sourced from the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard. Its inclusion improved the model's predictive power.
Social mobility: Measures how well schools graduated students who received federal Pell Grants (those typically coming from households whose family incomes are less than $50,000 annually, though most Pell Grant money goes to students with a total family income below $20,000). New for the 2020 edition, data sourced from the federal government was used for nonresponders. Also, the below factors (weighted 2.5% each) were computed using two-year averages of fall 2011 and fall 2012 entering cohorts.
Pell Grant graduation rates are the six-year graduation rates of Pell Grant students adjusted to give much more credit to schools with larger Pell student proportions.
Pell Grant graduation rate performance is the factor that compares each school's six-year graduation rate among Pell recipients with its six-year graduation rate among non-Pell recipients by dividing the former into the latter, then adjusting to give much more credit to schools with larger Pell student proportions. The higher a school's Pell graduation rate relative to its non-Pell graduation rate up to the rates being equal, the better it scores.
U.S. News published a distinct social mobility ranking for all schools. The social mobility ranking is computed from the two ranking factors assessing graduation rates of Pell-awarded students (5% of the rankings total).
Additionally, for benchmarking purposes each schools’ ranking factors sections on its directory page includes both its social mobility rank and a distinct outcomes rank. Although the ranks themselves are not used to determine schools' overall rankings, they are displayed to enable prospective students, parents and institutions to make comparisons on related ranking factors. The outcomes rank also includes the two social mobility ranking factors but also average graduation rates, first-year retention rates and graduation rate performance that in total comprise 35% of a school's overall score.
We also changed how the graduation and retention rate benchmark ranking was calculated. It is once again computed from a school's total score in these two ranking indicators: average six-year graduation rate and average first-year retention rate. In the 2019 edition only, it was based on a school's score in these four ranking factors: average six-year graduation rate, average first-year retention rate, Pell Grant graduation rate and Pell Grant graduation rate performance.
Faculty Resources (20%)
Research shows the greater access students have to quality instructors, the more engaged they will be in class and the more they will learn and likely graduate. U.S. News uses five factors from the 2018-2019 academic year to assess a school's commitment to instruction: class size, faculty salary, faculty with the highest degree in their fields, student-faculty ratio and proportion of faculty who are full time.
Class size is the most highly weighted faculty resource measure, at 8%. Schools score better the greater their proportions of smaller classes for fall 2018.
Faculty salary is weighted at 7% and is the average faculty pay plus benefits during the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 academic years, adjusted for regional differences in the cost of living. Nonresponders to the faculty salary question for the first time had modified federal government faculty salary data used as the basis for their estimates. Also new for the 2020 rankings, the faculty salary figures were adjusted using open source data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis regional price parities 2017 dataset published in May 2019. These regional price indexes allow comparisons from one metro area to another and measure the differences in price levels across states and metropolitan areas for a given year. They are expressed as a percentage of the overall national price level. The regional price indexes cover all consumption goods and services, including housing rents.
U.S. News also factors the proportion of full-time faculty with the highest degree in their fields (3%), student-faculty ratio (1%) and the proportion of faculty who are full time (1%).
Expert Opinion (20%)
Academic reputation matters because it factors things that cannot easily be captured elsewhere. For example, an institution known for having innovative approaches to teaching may perform especially well on this indicator, whereas a school struggling to keep its accreditation will likely perform poorly.
We take a two-year weighted average of ratings from top academics – presidents, provosts and deans of admissions – who rate the academic quality of peer institutions with which they are familiar on a scale of 1 (marginal) to 5 (distinguished).
U.S. News collected the data by administering peer assessment surveys in spring 2018 and 2019 directly to schools. Of the 4,815 academics who were sent questionnaires, 43% responded. This response rate is well up from 36% the previous year.
The high school counselor opinion survey was not administered and its ranking factor was dropped from the National Universities and National Liberal Arts Colleges rankings formulas altogether because U.S. News had greater confidence in its peer assessment data. High school counselor ratings had never been included as a ranking factor in the Regional Universities and Regional Colleges methodology. The high school counselor assessment's 5 percentage point weight in the ranking was added to the peer assessment weight for the National Universities and National Liberal Arts Colleges rankings formulas, increasing the weight of that indicator in those two categories from 15% to 20% – equal to what is done for Regional Universities and Regional Colleges.
Financial Resources (10%)
Generous per-student spending indicates that a college can offer a wide variety of programs and services. U.S. News measures financial resources by using the average spending per student on instruction, research, student services and related educational expenditures in the 2017 and 2018 fiscal years. Spending on sports, dorms and hospitals does not count.
A small adjustment for the 2020 rankings: For improved cohort alignment, we adjusted the denominator cohorts a year back so that fiscal year 2018 spending was compared with 2017 enrollment and fiscal year 2017 spending was compared with 2016 enrollment.
For non-responders, data sourced from the federal government was used – a change from the previous rankings edition.
Student Excellence (10%)
A school's academic atmosphere is influenced by the selectivity of its admissions. Simply put, students who achieved strong grades and test scores during high school have the highest probability of succeeding at challenging college-level coursework; enabling instructors to design classes that have great rigor.
Standardized tests: U.S. News factors admissions test scores for all enrollees who took the mathematics and evidence-based reading and writing portions of the SAT and the composite ACT. We weighted standardized tests at 7.75%.
Schools sometimes fail to report SAT and ACT scores for students in these categories: athletes, international students, minority students, legacies, those admitted by special arrangement and those who started in summer 2018. For any school that did not report all scores or that declined to say whether all scores were reported, U.S. News reduced its combined SAT/ACT percentile distribution value used in the ranking model by 15%. If the combined percentage of the fall 2018 entering class submitting test scores is less than 75% of all new entrants, its combined SAT/ACT percentile distribution value used in the rankings was discounted by 15%.
High school class standing: U.S. News incorporates the proportion of enrolled first-year students at National Universities and National Liberal Arts Colleges who graduated in the top 10% of their high school classes. It contributes 2.25% toward schools' overall scores.
For Regional Universities and Regional Colleges, we used the proportion of those who graduated in the top quarter of their high school classes. New for this ranking is that high school class standing data from high schools that reported on fewer than 10% of their fall 2018 new entrants received an estimate instead of having their scores discounted. Also new is that colleges that reported high school class standing data on less than 20% of new entrants have their fall 2018 data footnoted. This is a decrease from 50% of new entrants in previous editions.
Alumni Giving (5%)
This is the average percentage of living alumni with bachelor's degrees who gave to their school during 2016-2017 and 2017-2018. Giving measures student satisfaction and post-graduate engagement. This year, U.S. News only incorporated data it collected from its own data collection.
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2019 U.S. News & World Report - Summary
Routinely, Stanford, Harvard, Yale and Princeton are among the top American universities, though their order often changes depending on the year and the specific methodology used. Also mainstays in the top grouping are usually Columbia, MIT and University of Chicago.
California is home to numerous high-quality colleges and universities. For the second year in a row, colleges located in California snagged more than 10 percent of the top 100 spots. Also a repeat: Stanford came in number one in the Golden State and seven of the state's top 12 schools were part of the UC system.
Bruins and Trojans have something new to argue about: The magazine ranks the USC as the No. 23 national university and the UCLA at 24, tied with the University of Virginia.
UC Irvine is ranked 39th, UC San Diego is ranked 44th, Pepperdine University is tied at 50 with Penn State, UC Riverside is No. 118, San Diego State is No. 146, the University of La Verne is ranked 152, Azusa Pacific University is No. 183 and Cal State Fullerton is ranked 202.
The Philadelphia area’s abundance of higher-education institutions providing a strong showing. University of Pennsylvania rose one spot to tie with Duke University for 8th in the National University category.
Ranked 53rd, the University of Texas at Austin is a premier educational institution. More than 51,000 students and 3,000 faculty call this school home. Its undergraduate engineering and business programs are equally lauded, ranking 8th and 10th respectively. The flagship school of the sprawling University of Texas System offers undergraduate degrees in over 170 fields of interest. The honors programs is offered in business, engineering, liberal arts and natural sciences studies.
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The 25 smartest colleges in the United States in 2020, by average SAT score.
|Characteristic||Average test score|
|California Institute of Technology||1,545|
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