46 Baptist colleges ranked in U.S. News & World Report

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  1. bb_baptist

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    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Nearly four dozen colleges and universities in the Association of Southern Baptist Colleges and Schools have been listed among the leaders in American higher education in U.S. News and World Report's annual survey.

    Nine ASBCS member institutions were listed in the top tier of colleges and universities analyzed and compared in four categories; 14 were listed in the second tier; 17 in the third tier; and six in the fourth tier. One ASBCS member school was ranked in the top 10 among schools in their respective category with the highest graduation rates.

    The national news magazine studied more than 1,400 institutions across the United States, gathering data from the schools themselves and soliciting opinions from peer institutions regarding perceptions of quality.

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    Thanks Webmaster for posting this. I'm glad to see two universities that I have interest in on the list...I graduated from University of Mary Hardin Baylor and my granddaughter is a freshman at Oklahoma Baptist University (very impressive second in their category).
     
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    Webmaster, I am applying to Hyles Anderson Christian College. My pastor went to school there. Is this not a High ranked Baptist educational facility ?
     
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    I recommend that you should NOT go to Hyles-Anderson Christian College.
     

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