The College of New Jersey once again is the top public college in U.S. News and World Report’s list of Regional Universities (North).
TCNJ ranks #74 overall and #23 among public institutions on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Value Colleges.
Princeton Review asked 143,000 students at 381 colleges and universities across the country what they thought of their school on a range of topics. In addition to being named a “Best College,” TCNJ placed on a number of its lists:
- #6 in the nation based on overall student satisfaction
- #7 for having the most beautiful campus
- #12 for best career services
- #13 for happiest students
- #15 for best health services
- #19 for how well different types of students (backgrounds, ethnicities) interact at our school.
The College of New Jersey remains a top contender in the search for affordable education with its induction in the Princeton Review’s Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck.
Money Magazine’s college ranking considers quality, affordability and outcomes. Among 711 colleges and universities, Money ranks TCNJ 24th in the nation and 14th among all public colleges and universities. It is the top public institution in New Jersey.
According to a new report by Money magazine, TCNJ is one of 20 public colleges nationwide—and one of only two in the state—that are “most likely to pay off financially.”
TCNJ ranks #6 and is the only New Jersey school on the list.
The College of New Jersey has again been selected as one of the best and most interesting schools in the 2016 updated edition of the bestselling college guide book, Fiske Guide to Colleges.
The College of New Jersey is ranked 29th nationally in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s list of the best values in public higher education. TCNJ is regarded as an even better value for out-of-state students, ranking 22nd nationally in that category.
The College of New Jersey is one of the most environmentally-responsible colleges in the United States and Canada, according to The Princeton Review.
The magazine’s unique rankings are based on three key criteria: social mobility (recruiting and graduating low-income students), research (producing cutting-edge scholarship and PhDs), and service (encouraging students to give something back to their country).