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1 World Report, Alabama had three universities ranked in the top 100 Public Schools in America (University of Alabama at 31, Auburn University at 36, and University of Alabama at Birmingham at 73).
2 World Report, Alabama had four tier one universities (University of Alabama, Auburn University, University of Alabama at Birmingham and University of Alabama in Huntsville).
3 World Report. Online students are taught by the same faculty and receive the same diploma as on-campus students.
4 World Report. Average GPA of enrolling freshman was 3.53; the average SAT score was 1216 for critical reading and math combined;
5 World Report ratings ranked ASU tied for 53rd among public universities, tied for 117th among national universities, tied for 145th in the world's top 1,250 global universities and 1st for "most innovative" university in the U.S. The innovation ranking, new for 2016, was determined by a poll of top college officials nationwide asking them to name institutions "that are making the most innovative improvements in terms of curriculum, faculty, students, campus life, technology or facilities."
6 World Report, with its graduate business programs ranked 3rd, online MBA ranked 5th, online graduate criminal justice ranked 5th and graduate engineering ranked 13th.
7 World Report. Other public institutions include University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Arkansas Tech University, Henderson State University, Southern Arkansas University, and University of Central Arkansas across the state.
8 World Report. In the 1920s the state required all children to attend public schools.
9 World Report are spread across the state, including Haas Hall Academy in Fayetteville, KIPP Delta Collegiate in Helena-West Helena, Bentonville, Rogers, Rogers Heritage, Valley Springs, Searcy, and McCrory.
10 World Report in 2012.
11 World Report for best hospital in the state of Michigan, as of 2015.
12 World Report. Lamo's role in the Manning case drew criticism from Glenn Greenwald of Salon.
13 World Report ranked Brown's medical school the 9th most selective in the country, with an acceptance rate of 2.8 percent.
14 World Report top 20—the "College Sports Honor Roll"—based on breadth of program and athletes' graduation rates.
15 World Report ranked Brown 14th among national universities in its 2020 edition.
16 World Report ranks Brown University 102nd globally.
17 World Report. It is the most selective women's college in the nation;
18 World Report. Forbes ranked Barnard the 19th best liberal arts college in 2019, which also ranked it 50th among 650 universities, liberal arts colleges and service academies.
19 World Report ranked Caltech as tied for 12th in the United States among national universities overall, 8th for most innovative, and 11th for best value.
20 World Report also ranked the graduate programs in chemistry and earth sciences first among national universities.
21 World Report for best public university, and No. 56 overall, scoring in the first tier of schools nationally.
22 World Report. Cleveland's healthcare sector also includes University Hospitals of Cleveland, MetroHealth medical center, and the insurance company Medical Mutual of Ohio.
23 World Report. University Circle also contains Cleveland Institute of Art and the Cleveland Institute of Music.
24 World Report, which factors admission and yield rates among other criteria, Columbia was tied with Yale, Caltech and MIT as the most selective colleges in the country.
25 World Report. QS University Rankings listed Columbia as 5th in the United States.
26 World Report for its 2021 edition.
27 World Report 18th in the world by QS World University Rankings, and 16th globally by Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
28 World Report, putting it in the Top 3% of all high schools in the nation.
29 World Report ranked Drexel tied for 97th among national universities in the United States, 23rd in the "Most Innovative Schools" category, and 74th in "Best Value Schools".
30 World Report. In 2018, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education listed Dartmouth as the only "majority-undergraduate", "arts-and-sciences focused", "doctoral university" in the country that has "some graduate coexistence" and "very high research activity".