U.S. News has announced its HBCU Rankings 2017. Find out which HBCU’s made the list of top 25 schools and which ones moved up in the rankings from 2016.
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Choosing the right historically black college or university to attend is influenced by more than simply which schools have exciting social lives. Indeed, the most savvy students are most concerned with HBCU rankings – a variety of measures of just how academically sound a school is.
A historically black college or university’s quality level can be reflected so many ways – for example, what rate of students graduate in four years? How many freshmen drop out each year? What are the class sizes and what is the student/ teacher ratio? With so many factors, how can you make the best choice? This is where HBCU rankings come in. Evaluations from different websites, magazines and other academic sources can help you better understand what each school offers and how it fits in with your academic plans.
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For the third consecutive year, Tuskegee University has earned recognition as one of Forbes magazine’s “America’s Top Colleges.”
NCCU was honored as the 2016 HBCU of the Year by HBCU Digest during the annual awards contest recognizing achievement among the nation’s HBCUs.
In a mid-July ranking, MONEY magazine has ranked North Carolina A&T State University as the No. 1 best value historically black college or university (HBCU) in the nation. About the 2016 Best Value Colleges Rankings The 2016 Best Value Colleges ranking screened about 2,000 four-year colleges and universities to determine which of them deliver the […]
Affordable Schools has released its latest college rankings on Most Affordable HBCUs by average yearly net price for undergraduate students.
Affordable Schools has released its newest college rankings list for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, from this list – we have compiled the top 10 largest HBCUs by enrollment.
College Choice has published its annual ranking of best Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). See the short list of top HBCUs.
For the third year in a row, Howard University has appeared on the Peace Corps’ Volunteer list while Atlanta-area HBCUs make a dominant showing this year.