Students in the lobby of the Henle Dance Pavillion

Where we stand

We strongly believe that the very best way to get a feel for a college and determine whether it is a good fit for you is to visit the campus and talk with members of the community.

Nonetheless, we recognize that many people consider national college rankings a helpful piece of the puzzle when they are evaluating colleges and universities. 

#45: Best National Liberal Arts Colleges (U.S. News & World Report)

#6: Best Liberal Arts Colleges for Your Money (Money Magazine)

Top 30: National Undergraduate Engineering Programs accredited by ABET (U.S. News & World Report)

TOP 10: Among peer institutions for the dollar amount of active National Science Foundation (NSF) grants (Union Office of Foundation, Corporate & Government Relations)

TOP CEO producer: Three Union alumni are Fortune 500 CEOs (CNBC)

#12: Best Career Services (The Princeton Review)

#25: Best Alumni Network (The Princeton Review)

#15: Best Value Liberal Arts Colleges (PayScale.com)

#38 Featured School, Colleges That Pay You Back (Princeton Review)

#79 Best Value Schools National Liberal Arts Colleges (U.S. News & World Report)

#5: Top STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) schools for women (USA Today College Guide

#21 Impact School, recognizing opportunities for community service and student leadership

#42 The best value small colleges in America (Stacker)

#53 The Best Colleges for Your Money (Money magazine)

AMONG The Hidden Ivies: 63 of America’s Top Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities (Greene’s Guides)

#20: Most Accessible Professors (The Princeton Review)

#15: Small schools producing Peace Corps volunteers (U.S Peace Corps)

Top 20: Liberal Arts Colleges Where Grads Earn the Most (Money Magazine)

Top 20: Small and Mighty Campuses of Excellence (Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life)

NAMED Best College Value (Kiplinger)

NAMED to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service to the local community (The Princeton Review)

RECIPIENT of the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine for the past five years in a row

AMONG the top colleges or universities in the nation with the most eco-friendly policies and greatest commitment to sustainability (The Princeton Review, Green Colleges)