This issue: Winter 2018

University Included Among ‘America’s Best Colleges’ for 30th Time

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University Included Among ‘America’s Best Colleges’ for 30th Time

George Fox once again earned a spot in U.S. News and World Report’s 2018 “America’s Best Colleges” issue, ranking No. 23 out of 141 schools in the publication’s “Best Regional Universities West” category. The recognition has become an annual fall tradition for the university, which has made the cut every year but one since U.S. News first published its well-known college rankings in 1987.

In addition to being included in the publication’s overall “Best Colleges” list, George Fox received a new designation in 2018, ranking No. 17 on the list of 51 “Best Value Schools” in the “Regional Universities West” category. The university’s engineering program was also recognized, coming in at No. 75 out of 200 schools selected in the “Best Undergraduate Engineering Program” category. Rounding out the rankings, George Fox was included in the magazine’s “Best Colleges for Veterans” list, and again ranked high nationally (No. 75) among all colleges – regardless of region or size – in the percentage of students who study abroad.

Other noteworthy rankings from national publications during the 2017-18 academic year include Forbes’ version of “America’s Best Colleges” and Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list.

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