Ranking published this week in The Daily Beast, Newsweek's online publication
8/30/2011 3:11:12 PM
LYNCHBURG—Randolph College was ranked first in the nation for accessible professors by Newsweek. The results were published this week in Newsweek’s online publication, The Daily Beast.
The rankings, released Aug. 28, recognize the best schools in America, according to Newsweek. This year’s, the publication developed 25 different lists that analyzed the 25 best schools for each category.
Ranking categories included everything from Most Service-Oriented to Best International Schools to Return on Investment.
The rankings were based on several sources, including the National Center for Education Statistics, the College Board, the Shanghai Ranking Consultancy, the Sustainable Endowment Institute, and a data partnership with the Washington Monthly.
Randolph topped the U.S. Military Academy, Pomona College, Bryn Mawr, Washington & Lee University, and Columbia University to name a few.
CONTACT: Brenda Edson, Director of College Relations