Stonehill Surges 14 Spots in New Wall Street Journal Ranking of U.S. Colleges and Universities

September 28, 2017

Stonehill College was once again recognized for its exceptional ability to foster intellectual development and connect students with strong outcomes. In the recently released 2017 rankings from the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education, Stonehill placed 158 out of the more than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities surveyed. This puts the College in the top 16% of college and universities nationwide.

The Wall Street Journal ranks higher education institutions based on the emphasis placed on putting student success and learning at the heart of their mission. The rankings also looked at resources, engagement, diversity and outcomes, all a major part of Stonehill’s mission. The College is ranked in the top 100 for successful outcomes, with an average rating of 8.49 out of 10 for career preparation and valuable internship experience.


Wall Street Journal College Rankings- September 2017
#84 College of the Holy Cross
#98 Bentley University
#158 Stonehill College
#184 Bryant University
#184 Loyola University Maryland
#203 Quinnipiac University
#212 Fordham University
#214 Fairfield University
#226 Saint Anselm College
#239 Providence College
#298 University of Portland
#312 Saint Michael's College
#348 Merrimack College
#360 Assumption College