NGU Makes Small Colleges With the Best Professors List
Tigerville SC (May 11, 2017) In a list prepared by College Values Online, North Greenville University has been named to the Top 50 Small Colleges with the Best Professors.
College Values Online, an online source for prospective college students, questioned just how great a small college can be without top professors. Professors, along with the campus setting, course offerings, and academic rigor are often what sets the very best colleges and universities apart from the rest.
The criteria for their list are “small” colleges or colleges with fewer than 15,000 students. Then, the school’s academic reputation is considered, its student-faculty ratio, and composite faculty ranking on ratemyprofessor.com. Only the 50 best schools made the alphabetical list.
The website says that, “NGU’s composite ranking of professors on Rate My Professors is so high that we doubt there is a sub-par instructor on campus. Indeed, the university’s profile includes professors from a number of different departments, nearly all of which have perfect scores. Such great professors are surely a large part of North Greenville’s national rankings. Most recently, North Greenville University was ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the 27th best college in the South.”
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