The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education have released their inaugural university rankings, and William Jewell College has earned high marks.
The college found a place in the top third of the country’s best 1,061 colleges and universities, earning a high grade for student engagement. The rankings, which include a survey of students, found that Jewell students strongly believe their education will prepare them for a career.
The Wall Street Journal/THE rankings focus on performance indicators for student learning. The rankings use a weighted formula of 15 indicators across four categories, including faculty-student ratios, faculty research papers, student surveys, graduation rates, campus diversity and value added to future salaries.
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