Seton Hall Continues to Rise in U.S. News & World Report's Rankings of Top National Universities
Also Ranked Among Top 100 "A-Plus Schools for B Students"
U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Colleges 2014 edition has again ranked Seton Hall University among the first tier of national universities. Seton Hall's 2014 ranking rose to 128 among the nation's four-year public, private and for-profit national universities, the fourth consecutive year the University has improved its standing in the prominent rating of academic institutions.
In addition, Seton Hall was included in U.S. News & World Report's list of "A-Plus Schools for B Students," featuring the top 100 national universities for students that are "trapped in the GPA of a B student" and whose "heart is set on a great college," according to the magazine.
"Seton Hall is undoubtedly a university on the rise," said Alyssa McCloud, vice president for enrollment management at Seton Hall University. "The university's commitment to academic excellence, our accomplished faculty and our significant investment of more than $90 million in the past three years in campus facilities– add up to an outstanding educational experience and value for students from across the country."
"We are pleased to be recognized for providing opportunities to promising students who are willing to work hard for the chance to experience an elite Catholic university education," added McCloud. Seton Hall is providing over $72 million in financial assistance to University students this year. Approximately 93 percent of student will get direct aid from the university.
Seton Hall's innovative Public Tuition Rate program for high-achieving students offers students who have a minimum 27 ACT or 1200 SAT CR&M (with no less than 550 on each section), are in the top 10 percent of their class and enroll directly from high school the opportunity to receive a $22,500 tuition reduction -- making a Seton Hall education as affordable as a public university in the state.
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