Saint Vincent College is ranked first in Pennsylvania, and in the top 5 percent of colleges nationwide, among the Best Colleges for the Money by College Factual, which notes Saint Vincent’s great value, 12:1 student-faculty ratio, high freshman retention and on-time graduation rates, and low loan default rate. College Factual (www.collegefactual.com) is a site that uses customizable outcomes-based tools and rankings systems to guide students through the college selection process.
Saint Vincent College is ranked among the top 10 Catholic colleges in Pennsylvania, according to a new ranking released by Niche.com, a research site that blends community reviews with hard data to help prospective students and their families explore what a college or university is really like. Saint Vincent is ranked sixth on the list of 24 Catholic colleges in the state. The 2017 Best Catholic Colleges are leading academic institutions that offer students an education and college experience rooted in Catholic traditions and faith.
U.S. News and World Report
For the seventh consecutive year, Saint Vincent College has been ranked in the first tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges in the 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges Guidebook. See www.usnews.com for more information.
In its annual ranking of America’s Top Colleges, Forbes business magazine again listed Saint Vincent College, also placing it No. 104 in Grateful Grads, an ROI measure based on the concept that the best colleges produce successful people who make enough money in their careers to be charitable and give back to their alma mater.
Saint Vincent College was ranked on Washington Monthly’s national list of best Liberal Arts Colleges based on social mobility, research and service, as well as listed in its “Best Bang for the Buck” in the Northeast, in the publication’s 2016 rankings.
Is College Worth It?
In this publication by New York Times best-selling author William J. Bennett and David Wilezol, Saint Vincent is identified as one of only 43 “Schools Worth Attending,” and is the only Catholic college and the only Pennsylvania college among the private schools listed.