Another Ranking of the Nation's Best HBCUs

October 2014
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (BruCon Publishing Co.);Oct2014, p1
The article focuses on the rankings of the historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the U.S. reported in the journal "U.S. News" om September 2014. Topics discussed include the success of Spelman College in obtaining the first rank followed by Howard University and Morehouse College, the ranking of the colleges and universities in the website BestColleges.com based on a number of categories, and the inclusion of the acceptance rate and retention rate in the criteria for ranking.


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