Bryan ranked 'Top Tier' 11th year
August 19, 2005
For the 11th consecutive year, Bryan College has been ranked among the top comprehensive colleges in the South by U.S. News & World Report.
Bryan was ranked in a tie for 14th in the region, with Dillard University of New Orleans, La.
The U.S. News rankings noted improvements in Bryan’s average graduation rate (55 percent) and student-to-faculty ratio (13-1).
Based on the information provided by U.S. News, Bryan ranked second in the region in the percentage of freshmen who were in the top 25 percent of their high school classes and seventh in the average graduation rate.
Bryan President Dr. Stephen D. Livesay said, “It is gratifying to receive this regional recognition in the top tier for the 11th consecutive year. I believe this speaks to the efforts of the faculty and staff who provide a consistently high-quality education, attracting well-prepared academically capable students who desire their faith strengthened in the context of a Christian liberal arts college.”