U.S. News and World Report has released its 2021 Best Colleges rankings.
Marquette University is ranked 88th among national universities.
Marquette again made lists for Best Undergraduate Teaching, ranked 18 — notably up 54 spots from 72 last year — Best Value Schools, ranked 52 — up three spots from last year — Best Colleges for Veterans, ranked 56; The university is also once again included as an “A-plus School for B Students.”
The university is also recognized on the list of Most Innovative Schools. Marquette, which was not ranked on the list last year, now comes in at 42. In addition, Marquette is ranked 171 on the Best Computer Science Schools list — a list U.S. News added just this year.
The university is also noted among U.S. News’ college- and program-specific rankings. In the Best Undergraduate Business Programs list, the College of Business Administration is ranked 81, up from last year’s 90. Business school rankings are based solely on a peer assessment score.
Additionally, the College of Business Administration is ranked 20th in the Best Supply Chain Management Program category.
The Opus College of Engineering is ranked 118 among Best Graduate Engineering Programs, a list that is also based only on a peer assessment score. The college was ranked 120 last year.