Nashville colleges are highlighting their climbing status on the U.S. News and World Report’s yearly rankings, which were made open Tuesday morning.
Belmont University has been stuck at seventh in the southern district for three years and has climbed to fifth, accomplishing an expressed objective by the college.
“Numbers alone can’t be demonstrative of a school encounter or focus an understudy’s future achievement, however these facts do demonstrate that Belmont University is on the right way,” Belmont Provost Dr. Thomas Burns said in a college discharge.
Down Belmont Boulevard, Lipscomb progressed from twentieth in the south to eighteenth. Lipscomb was likewise named the second best college in the south for military veterans.
Vanderbilt is positioned broadly at sixteenth in a three-manner tie with Brown University and Notre Dame. VU set seventeenth in 2013.
Nashville’s Aquinas College made an alternate huge jump on the rundown of schools in the south, moving from 30th to number 14.
In Sewanee, the University of the South set 45th broadly for liberal expressions schools, dropping from 38th a year ago.
The University of Tennessee dropped marginally among state funded colleges, from 47th to 50th. UT is likewise broadly positioned at 106, close by the colleges of Kansas, Oklahoma and Oregon.
The college is in “great organization,” UT Chancellor Jimmy Cheek tells the Knoxville News Sentinel. “We’ve made emotional advancement in serving our understudies and supporting them while they’re here. Our adventure to the Top 25 have constantly centered around improving as a college, and we’re achieving those objectives.”