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NEW: Worcester State Named Top Public Regional University by US News

Thursday, October 18, 2012

 

Worcester State University is among the Top 50 Public Regional Universities in the Northern Region, according to new rankings from US News & World Report.

Based on its 2013 Top Colleges rankings, US News has now compared the nation's public institutions to each other in this sub-ranking. Worcester State, which ranked #133 overall among Regional Universities/North, was named #45 among Public Regional Universities/North.

The nation's two best public national universities, according to the rankings, are in California. The University of California--Berkeley ranked #1, followed by the UCLA at #2. Rounding out the Top 5 were the University of Virginia, tied with UCLA for #2, the University of Michigan--Ann Arbor at #4, and the University of North Carolina--Chapel Hil at #5.

The Northern Region's Top public universities for 2013, according to US News, are the College of New Jersey at #1, SUNY--Geneseo at #2, and Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ, at #3.

To see all the rankings of public colleges, go here.

 

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