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Bryan College Ranked #65 in Regional Universities South

November 2, 2020

Bryan College Ranked #65 in Regional Universities South

U.S. News & World Report

Bryan College recently earned rankings in the annual U.S. News & World Report, which lists the nation's top achieving colleges and universities.

Bryan is ranked in four categories: Best Regional Universities South (#65), Social Mobility — Regional Universities South (#45), Best College for Veterans (#38), and Best Value Schools (#31). To view Bryan College's school profile from U.S. News & World Report, click here.

Dr. Douglas F. Mann, President of Bryan College, says, “We are honored to be recognized in the U.S. News rankings. Our goal at Bryan is to provide our students with an affordable and quality education and to support each student as they step into their career. We are proud that our graduates leave Bryan College with the knowledge, values and skills that will improve their lives and the lives of those in their family and will also contribute to the progress of their local communities as well.”

The most complete version of the new rankings, data, tables, and lists are available on the magazine's website. This includes extensive statistical profiles for each school and a search tool to enable prospective students and parents to find the college that best fits their needs. The guidebook was available for sale on newsstands on October 27.

About Bryan College
Founded in 1930, Bryan College is a comprehensive regional Christian college that exists for the purpose of educating students to become servants of Christ to make a difference in today's world. Offering programs in Christian studies, the humanities, engineering, and online graduate programs, the school provides an exceptional educational experience presented from a Christian worldview.

With a recent tuition reduction and commitment to affordability, Bryan College is currently the most affordable private college in the state of Tennessee and the surrounding region.