Salve Regina ranked among nation’s best in U.S. News survey
Salve Regina has again been ranked among the best institutions of higher education in the United States, earning accolades for both its undergraduate and graduate programs, in an annual survey conducted by U.S. News & World Report.
In the 2015 edition of U.S. News’ best college rankings, Salve Regina ranked 43rd among regional universities – north and was designated the 17th best college for veterans. U.S. News’ best grad school rankings cited the rehabilitation counseling program 71st and the publication’s best online programs rankings selected the graduate business program 143rd.
The survey’s northern region includes colleges and universities in New England, New York and the Mid-Atlantic states.
According to the magazine’s methodology, regional universities offer a full range of undergraduate programs and some master’s degree programs. Salve Regina also offers doctoral program in humanities and nursing. The University’s military friendly designation derives from its membership of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Consortium, its certification for the GI Bill, and its participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
The magazine annually rates more than 1,400 colleges and universities on 16 indicators of academic excellence including selectivity, peer assessment, retention rate, financial resources, class size, student-faculty ratio, proportion of full-time faculty and alumni giving.