Stephens College is once again ranked among the top third of its peer group.
U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 Best Colleges guide rates Stephens No. 30 in the Midwest Regional College division. That is the same ranking the College received last year. Stephens also recently landed in the 28th slot among baccalaureate colleges in the Washington Monthly.
In addition, Stephens is included in The Princeton Review’s 2014 guide to the 378 Best Colleges in the country.
“We’re pleased to be consistently recognized for our commitment to quality programs,” President Dianne Lynch said.
U.S. News & World Report ranks colleges based on factors such as graduation and retention rates, acceptance rates, the test scores of incoming freshmen and average class sizes.
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