Stonehill Rises in Rankings of Best Colleges in the United States
A round-up of recent rankings highlighting the value of a Stonehill education.
In recognition of its commitment to academic and extracurricular excellence, Stonehill College was featured alongside other prestigious institutions in rankings published recently by U.S. News & World Report, the Wall Street Journal, Money magazine and The Princeton Review.
U.S. News Names Stonehill a National Best Value College
In U.S. News & World Report’s 2023-2024 Best College listings, which assessed 1,500 institutions on 19 measures reflecting academic quality and graduate outcomes, Stonehill ranked among the top 100 in the National Liberal Arts Colleges category. The College rose three positions to No. 86 from last year’s rank. In addition, Stonehill ranked in the top 75 for Best Value Schools.
Wall Street Journal “Value Added” Formula Rockets Stonehill Higher in Rankings
In the Wall Street Journal “America's Best Colleges 2024” rankings based on student outcomes, learning environment and diversity, Stonehill College was named among the top 12 school in Massachusetts. Nationally, the College rose 62 spots over last year’s ranking, moving it to No. 157.
Money Magazine Ranks Stonehill Among Best Colleges in U.S
In Money magazine’s “Best Colleges in America 2023” rankings, Stonehill was among the Top 20% based on education quality, affordability, alumni earnings and graduation rates. It was one of only 17 Massachusetts colleges and universities to make the list and it bested a significant number of schools that students typically consider when applying to Stonehill.
Princeton Review Honors Stonehill as One of Nation's Best Colleges
In The Princeton Review’s “Best 389 Colleges” Guide for 2024, which surveyed 165,000 students across the country, Stonehill was rated in the top 20 nationally for quality of life and in the top 25 nationally for athletic facilities. The institution also was included in the guide’s list of Green Colleges and Best Value Colleges.
Responses to The Princeton Review’s student surveys highlight Stonehill’s many strengths, noting that “the students on campus are by far the friendliest, most welcoming, kind, and caring people I know,” and that professors are committed to “helping students reach their full potential academically and guiding [them] toward what [they] might want in [their] future.”