Small Indiana colleges ranked well by US News and World Report
by Stephanie Wiechmann
September 10, 2013
The US News and World Report has released its 2014 college rankings and several small Indiana colleges in the IPR listening area have earned high marks. The “America’s Best Colleges” publication places schools into different categories based on the degrees offered to students.
For the seventh year in a row, Taylor University is ranked first in the Midwest Regional Colleges category. It is followed by Huntington University in 16th place and Manchester University at 22nd.
In the Midwest Regional University category, Indiana Wesleyan is ranked 17th and Anderson University is ranked 38th.
Earlham College in Richmond ranks 65th among National Liberal Arts Colleges.
And Ball State University, which is placed in the National Universities list, ranks as 181st.
You can browse all the rankings or search by specific college at the US News and World Report website.