UNC Asheville received high marks in the 2012 edition of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges," released September 13. The new survey ranks UNC Asheville as the eighth best public liberal arts college in the nation.
As college classes begin across the nation, so does the season for new national college rankings. In the latest of rankings released this summer, UNC Asheville has again taken top honors. Forbes magazine has ranked UNC Asheville 26th in the nation in its "Top 100 Best Buy Colleges" roster, published this week.
UNC Asheville is featured in the Princeton Review’s “The Best 376 Colleges – 2012 Edition,” and also included on several “best of” lists within the annual guidebook released today. The Princeton Review ranked the top 15 percent of colleges and universities, based on a survey of 122,000 students who provide candid assessments of their institutions.
UNC Asheville is once again ranked among the nation’s top colleges in the 2012 edition of the “Fiske Guide to Colleges” published in July. The Fiske Guide calls UNC Asheville “one of the best educational bargains in the country.”
UNC Asheville has been named one of America's "10 best colleges for the money," by Bankrate.com, a leading online source of financial information. UNC Asheville was the only college in North Carolina to earn a place on this list, which was released this month.
Despite the current economy, there are still great values to be found in higher education, according to the “2011 Best Value Colleges” ranking released today, February 22, 2011, from the Princeton Review. For the fifth year in a row, UNC Asheville was selected as one of the 50 best value public colleges in the country.
At a time when family budgets are tight and tuition costs are rising, Kiplinger's Personal Finance has once again listed UNC Asheville among the nation's top 100 public colleges for its combination of outstanding education with economic value.
UNC Asheville received high marks in the 2011 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” rankings released on August 17. UNC Asheville ranked fifth among National Liberal Arts Colleges in “The 2011 Up-and-Comers” list, which highlights schools with “the most promising and innovative changes.”