Saint Francis University is pleased to announce that it has been nationally ranked in the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education 2020 U.S. College Rankings.
The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education College Rankings give students and their families the information that they need to help them choose where to study. The ranking of over 800 US colleges and universities adopts a balanced scorecard approach, with 15 individual performance indicators combining to create an overall score that reflects the broad strength of the institution.
Of the four pillars scored—Resources, Engagement, Outcomes, and Environment—Saint Francis University’s strongest pillar was “Outcomes”, ranking 278 out of over 800 colleges and universities. “Outcomes” were measured by: graduation rate, reputation, graduate salary, and debt after graduation.
The University is committed to connecting students to career opportunities through internships, providing coursework with hands-on training, and supporting resume-building skill development. Experiential education and service-learning at Saint Francis prepares students to be desirable employees as they enter the workforce.
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