UN Achieves Ranking in Best Colleges Annual Report | Local News
BOURBONNAIS – Olivet Nazarene University was ranked and recognized in five categories in the 2022 Best Colleges Report released Monday by US News & World Report.
The UN has been ranked # 10 best value schools in the Midwest Regional Universities category, and it is tied with two other schools for # 64 place in Top Regional Universities in the Midwest.
The UN is also tied with five other schools for the No. 79 ranking of best students in social mobility, and it is tied with 18 other schools for the No. 166 place in the best engineering programs of the first. cycle (in schools where doctoral degrees are not offered).
The UN has also been recognized as one of the best undergraduate nursing programs.
The overall UN score for US news is 58 out of 100.
The US News & World Report is now in its 37th year of ranking the best colleges, with the latest edition assessing 1,466 US bachelor’s degree institutions on 17 measures of academic quality, according to the organization’s website.
Other information available on the site about the UN includes RNs was the most popular major among 2020 graduates, and general engineering was the second most popular.
The UN tuition costs $ 37,440 for the 2021-22 school year, which is cheaper than the national average cost of tuition of $ 41,281, according to the site.
The student-faculty ratio is 17: 1, and the average retention rate for freshmen is 76%, according to the site.
As of fall 2020, the UN had a total of 2,802 undergraduate students, with a gender distribution of 41% male and 59% female, according to the site.