Findlay Named in U.S. News’ Best National University Rankings for 18th Year
For the 18th consecutive year, University of Findlay (UF) is among the Best National Universities according to the U.S. News and World Reports 2023-2024 edition of “Best Colleges.” UF ranked number 332 overall among national universities and placed in the top 100 universities for two programs: Best Online Bachelor’s in Business Programs and Best Occupational Therapy Programs.
U.S. News assessed nearly 1,500 accredited four-year institutions nationwide using 19 key measures of academic quality. Colleges and universities in each category were ranked against their peers, based on their composite weighted score. The 2024 Best National University Rankings took into consideration graduation and retention rates, faculty resources, expert opinion, financial resources, and student selectivity when creating this year’s list.
“To be included in this prestigious, national ranking of universities is certainly an honor,” said University of Findlay President Katherine Fell, Ph.D. “This achievement is made possible by dedicated faculty and staff, highly motivated students, and a supportive community beyond our campus.”
University of Findlay also ranked in “Social Mobility.” This category recognizes universities that advance social mobility by enrolling and graduating large proportions of disadvantaged students awarded Pell Grants. Findlay was acknowledged for its efforts to provide additional financial aid for those who need it and ensure that students of all socioeconomic levels have access to support services that make a college education possible.
To view all the rankings for the 2023-24 edition of “Best Colleges,” visit the U.S. News rankings website. To learn more about the University of Findlay, including undergraduate and graduate degree offerings, visit www.findlay.edu.