US News Ranking
December 21, 2004

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For the 10th consecutive year, Bryan College has been ranked among the top tier of southern comprehensive colleges in the annual evaluation by US News & World Report.

Bryan was ranked 13th among 35 institutions in the southern region’s top tier of schools. Bryan led schools in the category of freshmen who placed in the top 25 percent of their high school class with 72 percent, and tied for first in the average freshman retention category (81 percent) with Asbury College in Kentucky.

Bryan President Dr. Stephen D. Livesay said, "We are so pleased for the tenth consecutive year to be recognized in the top tier of colleges in our region. As Bryan College enters its 75th year, it continues to provide the type of exceptional educational experience which fulfils our mission of educating students to become servants of Christ to make a difference in today's world. Combining a strong leadership program with the outstanding work of a faculty committed to biblical truth, Bryan produces alumni who are leaders in business, in the community, and in vocational ministries.

"This recognition showcases Bryan's ability to successfully meet the challenges of a complex and changing world with a current curriculum and a consistency of mission. We are honored by this recognition and grateful for the opportunity to continue to serve our students and community through Christian higher education."