Endicott College continues to place high in recognition among peer institutions and higher education leaders, according to the 2021 “Best Colleges Rankings” released on Monday, September 14, by U.S. News & World Report.
In the Regional Universities North category, Endicott holds steady for its second year at No. 23 for Best College (out of 176), No. 11 for Best Colleges for Veterans, and No. 34 for Best Value Schools, and jumped 11 spots to No. 10 for Best Undergraduate Teaching. Nationally, Endicott took No. 15 in the Co-ops/Internships category.
“Given the challenging year that all colleges have faced due to the global pandemic, holding strong in several categories for a second year is welcome news,” says Endicott College President Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D. “Despite the many pivots we faced and the unknowns yet to come, our commitment to education, teaching, internships, veterans, and value remains, as demonstrated in these rankings.”
The full list of rankings for Endicott College include the following.
- Best College No. 23
- Best Value Schools No. 34
- Best Undergraduate Teaching No. 10
- Best Colleges for Veterans No. 11
- A+ Schools for B Students No. 23
- Most Debt (62%)
- Academic programs to look for: Internships/Co-Ops No. 15
- Most Students Living in University Housing (93%)
“Our outstanding faculty members showed true dedication—this year especially,” says DiSalvo. “Each day, they, and the staff at Endicott, always do what’s best for our students.”