October 5, 2017 – Bryan College recently received the honor of being named to two different rankings released by U.S. News and World Report, a respected organization that thousands of families depend on to make an educated choice regarding important college and university decisions.
- #34 in “Best Value Schools” (Regional Universities South): According to this ranking’s website, “The calculation used here takes into account a school’s academic quality, as indicated by its 2018 U.S. News Best Colleges ranking, and the 2016-2017 net cost of attendance for a student who received the average level of need-based financial aid. [. . .] Only schools ranked in or near the top half of their categories are included.”
- #68 (tie) in “Best Regional Universities South”: According to a recent U.S. News article, this ranking’s methodology takes into account “up to 15 indicators of academic excellence.” These are then “scored, normalized and assigned weights that reflect U.S. News’ judgment about how much the measures matter.” Moreover, “U.S. News chooses to only publish the individual overall ranks of schools placing within the top 75 percent of their categories.”
“It is a great privilege for an institution to be named a ‘Best College’ by U.S. News and World Report,” said Vice President of Finance and Enrollment Rick Taphorn. “Bryan is honored to receive this recognition and will continue to pursue excellence and faithfulness to our motto ‘Christ Above All’ far into the future.”
Written by Chloe Ann Townsend ’13, advancement writer and editor.