Centre College was recently recognized on the ScholarMatcher’s 2018 College Honor Roll, which analyzes college data to determine which institutions offer opportunities for low-income and first-generation students. Since 2015, ScholarMatch has analyzed 1,400 U.S. colleges and universities using public data. Their analysis includes metrics that are specifically relevant for students from households earning less than
Centre College still among best in the nation and top in Kentucky according to College Raptor ranking
At a time when college rankings have become a cottage industry, with each new “best” list competing for its own luster by devising increasingly complex and novel methodologies, it’s refreshing to see that what started out years ago as a simple college planning tool created by a dad for his own college-aged children is standing
Centre College is still the #1 college in Kentucky and remains among the best in the nation, according to the 2018 America’s Top Colleges ranking by Forbes magazine. The annual ranking looks at post-graduation success, the student experience, debt after graduation, academic success and graduation rates in making its determination. Among institutions in the commonwealth,
In addition to being ranked #46 in the “National Liberal Arts Colleges” category, Centre College received a number of other important recognitions in the annual “Best Colleges” ranking by U.S. News & World Report. Centre faculty were particularly honored, earning the distinction of a #9 national ranking in the “Strong Commitment to Undergraduate Teaching” category.
Families looking for the “best bang for the buck” when their kids embark on the college search have yet another resource in a nationwide “best value” ranking by SmartAsset, a web-based financial technology company. And if the prospective student is looking to pursue an undergraduate degree in Kentucky, Centre College is recommended as the #1
Centre College was recently recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top colleges in the nation where graduates pursue advanced study. Ranked #10 on the list, 35 percent of graduates continue their education within six months. In the College’s overview, U.S. News mentioned the Centre Commitment, which guarantees study abroad, an
Centre College was recently ranked #1 in Kentucky for small colleges with the highest earning graduates, by Zippia, a new website dedicated to helping recent graduates with their career choices. To determine the ranking, Zippia used the most recent College Scorecard data from the U.S. Department of Education. In addition, they looked at the school
Centre College raves of its study abroad program and the #3 ranking given by the Institute of International Education, in addition, the College was recently ranked #4 by U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 study abroad ranking. The ranked institutions had the highest percentage of 2016 graduating seniors who participated in study abroad programs during
Centre College’s Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) was recently named one of the nation's top 3 institutions for well-functioning and recommended career centers, along with Harvard and Biola. Vocate, an online job-matching marketplace and professional development platform, recently published results from a survey of 5,000 college students to rate their college's career center.
When the Wall Street Journal set out to determine the top 10 colleges in the South in small-town settings, Centre College came in at #2 on the list, just behind Washington and Lee University and ahead of Sewanee: The University of the South. The ranking was conducted in partnership with the Times Higher Education weekly