For the 11th year running, Corban University has earned top marks from U.S. News & World Report.
On Sept. 12, the highly regarded “U.S. News Best Colleges” guide for 2013 was released, and Corban University was ranked eighth best in the West for regional colleges.
“We continue to deliver good academics, a solid campus experience and competitive athletics,” said Corban Registrar Chris Vetter. “This sets us apart year after year. Students truly appreciate what Corban has to offer them.”
Additionally, Corban ranked sixth for best value in the same category.
“Corban has worked hard to give students an excellent education at a competitive price,” Vetter said. “The university environment and small class sizes make it an attractive place to learn and move into the next stages of their lives.”
U.S. News & World Report’s guide to best colleges is a tool often used by college seekers and parents when looking for academic quality and cost when choosing a school. The publication ranks colleges according to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Its Best Regional College classification focuses on colleges offering a broad range of liberal arts programs.