Marlboro Rank Rising on U.S. News

U.S. News & World Report released its annual ranking of the best national colleges and universities on September 13, and Marlboro College was ranked #128 among national liberal arts colleges, a rise from its rank of #136 last year. 

U.S. News & World Report released its annual ranking of the best national colleges and universities on September 13, and Marlboro College once again made the list. Marlboro was ranked #128 among national liberal arts colleges, which is a rise from its rank of #136 last year.

“Marlboro is pleased with its rise in ranking by U.S. News,” said Kevin Quigley, Marlboro’s president. “Although it is hard for these ranking systems to fully capture the academic excellence and profound value of a Marlboro experience, we are pleased that U.S. News acknowledges our place among our peers.”

U.S. News uses objective measures of academic quality, graduation rates, faculty information, and admissions data to obtain its rankings. It combines these with measures of academic reputation, determined by a peer assessment survey.

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