St. Joseph’s College is ranked ninth on Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” Northeast schools list for 2017.
Some neighboring Brooklyn/Long Island colleges also made the list, but only John Jay College was ranked with SJC in the top 10:
St. Joseph’s College (No. 9)
St. Francis College (No. 17)
SUNY Farmingdale (No. 90)
SUNY Old Westbury (No. 171)
SUNY Stony Brook (No. 248)
Adelphi University (No. 273)
LIU Brooklyn (No. 334)
LIU Post (No. 375)
Hofstra (No. 381)
Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list recommends schools that best assist non-wealthy students attain marketable degrees at affordable prices. It’s something St. Joseph’s College has been known for 101 years — a reasonable price for a quality education that advances its graduates in their careers.
“This ranking is a validation of what all of us at St. Joseph’s College already know – that St. Joseph’s is a top choice for students seeking a superior return on their investment,” SJC President Donald R. Boomgaarden, Ph.D. said. “Furthermore, it’s a tribute to the efforts of our outstanding faculty and staff and the success of our graduates.”
Boasting small classes, close relationships with professors who are career practitioners and an affordable tuition, SJC has been featured on Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list for five years running.
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