The Washington Monthly has once again recognized Transylvania University as one of the nation’s top 10 liberal arts colleges for promoting public service — and the school has catapulted 33 spots in the overall rankings in just the past two years.
More than three-quarters of all Transylvania University’s students are registered to vote, and a new study shows more of them are exercising their right to do so.
In a new rating that spotlights schools for advancing the social mobility of their students, U.S. News & World Report ranks Transylvania University 50th among the nation’s liberal arts colleges.
The university placed 72nd in the country — rising 15 spots in the last two years to its best-ever U.S. News ranking in the national liberal arts colleges category.
In the latest college rankings from the Washington Monthly magazine, Transylvania University is highlighted as one of the top 10 liberal arts colleges in the nation for promoting public service.