Congratulations are in order. Tuskegee University has been ranked 3rd among the 2022-2023 nation’s best Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by US News & World Report. Read on to find out more, including two more lists where Tuskegee made the top 10!
3 is the magic number
Each year, US News & World Report publishes the rankings for Best Colleges to provide valuable data to students and their families on factors like graduation rates, social mobility and post-grad debt averages.
For 2023, Tuskegee University has been ranked third among the nation’s best HBCUs on the list. That’s not all, Tuskegee also improved its ranking among “Regional Universities in the South,” moving from position 17 to six for 2023.
“It is an honor to see Tuskegee University increase in its rankings to be recognized as the number three HBCU in the nation. This is a testament to the outstanding work that we have done to enhance our student outcomes and the quality of our academic program offerings.”Charlotte P. Morris, President, Tuskegee University
Among other rankings, Tuskegee University ranks as follows in the listed categories:
- Social Mobility – Regional Universities South — #1
- Best Value Schools Regional Universities South — #26
Where does the rest of Alabama rank?
The next top-ranked regional university in Alabama is The University of North Alabama, coming in at #25. Then, the University of Montevallo follows directly after at #26.
Let’s take a look at where other Alabama schools landed on the list:
- Troy University— #44
- University of Mobile— #54
- Auburn University at Montgomery— #67
- Jacksonville State University— #74
- The University of West Alabama— #76
- Faulkner University— #101
View US News & World Report’s full ‘Best Colleges” 2022-2023 list.
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