William Jewell ranked highly by Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education

William Jewell College has received high praise as the top-ranked institute of higher education in the Kansas City metro by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education in their university rankings.

The college found a place in the top third of the country’s best 1,054 colleges and universities. The Wall Street Journal/THE overall rankings use a weighted formula of four categories made up of 15 indicators, including faculty-student ratios, faculty research, graduation rates, faculty/student diversity and more.

Jewell ranked in the top 20 percent of institutions in the category of resources, which include faculty-student ratio, faculty research and finance per student. The college was also in the top third of institutions in the category of student engagement, based largely on a student survey that notably found students are highly engaged and would recommend Jewell to others.

Jewell’s overall ranking placed it higher than Rockhurst University, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Truman State University and even the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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