In the fall of every year, U.S. News releases their Best Colleges Rankings that includes Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The HBCUs that make the Best Colleges list are matched against one another in a separate HBCU rankings list. To be considered, the schools must be designated as part of the U.S. Department of […]
From Football to Bands: Get Top HBCU Rankings News
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.
Check out our many Top 10 lists and articles and get the insider knowledge on which HBCUs are the most elite in your field of pursuit.
Graduateprograms.com has announced its Spring 2015 “Top Social Work Grad Programs for Value.” Graduateprograms.com defines “value” by posing the following questions to students: How satisfied are you with your graduate program? Did you make the right choice? Would you choose this program again? Program rankings, compiled using data gathered between September 1, 2012 and March 31, […]
Teachers play an important role in the lives of students. Frequently college graduates point to the efforts of teachers that refused to give up on students who struggled to recognize their own greatness. Occasionally students from underserved communities would become de facto members of families because a teacher did not want a student to fall […]
Edsmart.org offers another interesting report that shows students the best black colleges based on how much they can expect to earn after graduation. It will help them choose their college considering the starting salary they can expect upon their entering the workforce. Choosing the right college is important to gain the right path for a […]
Elizabeth City State University was recently listed as the number one institution on the Best Value Schools website for “The 100 Most Affordable Small Colleges in America 2015.” Best Value Schools ranked 100 colleges for the best value to prospective students. To find the average out-of-pocket costs of the institutions, Best Value Schools calculated the […]
Which are the best Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States? Each year this question creates a lot of dialogue and interest among students and their families. If you are too trying to find an answer to this question, this list of best colleges 2015 from College Choice should help you get started. […]
The new report has been issued by EDsmart, which reveals the top ten historically black colleges with the highest retention and graduation rates. The report allows students, parents, and schools to evaluate colleges based on important outcome-related measures. Also shown are the degrees awarded, which can be a factor of consideration for schools and counselors. […]
Alabama A&M University is NOT the second most dangerous campus in the nation. In response to the University’s questions regarding the rankings and the methodology of the study on crime statistics, FINDTHEBEST.com acknowledged their error and thanked the University for reaching out. In their communication to the University, FINDTHEBEST.com indicated, “We’ve identified an error in […]