U.S. News & World Report ranks Lynn University among “Best Colleges” for 2020
U.S. News & World Report today announced the “Best Colleges” for 2020 and named Lynn University one of the south region’s top universities. Lynn placed No. 1 in the “Most International Students, Regional Universities South” category and 65 of 133 in “Best Regional Universities South,” up 35 spots from last year.
The publication also categorized “Campus Ethnic Diversity” for the first time and ranked Lynn 25 of 39 in the region.
“We continue to elevate the value of a Lynn education, which is demonstrated by our rise in nationally recognized rankings,” said Gareth Fowles, vice president for enrollment management. “In turn, more students are choosing Lynn for the innovative, global and personalized education it provides.”
Lynn welcomed a record-breaking 1,224 new undergraduate and graduate students in August. The university’s overall enrollment has grown approximately 45% in the last decade to more than 3,200 students seeking bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees on campus and online. Eighteen percent of students are international.
U.S. News evaluates colleges and universities on 15 measures of academic quality. The complete methodology is available online.