The latest assessment slots Marymount at No. 37 on the overall regional list, after a ranking of No. 58 in the 2019 Rankings. Marymount also moved up in two other categories among Regional Universities in the South, now recognized as No. 21 in “Best Colleges for Veterans” (ranked No. 40 last year) and No. 58 in “Best Value Schools” (ranked No. 65 last year).
Marymount University has jumped more than 20 spots in the rankings for top Regional Universities in the South, according to the 2020 Best Colleges Rankings released Monday by U.S. News & World Report.
Marymount’s diversity continues to shine in the national publication as well, with a No. 2 ranking for “Best Foreign Student Factor” and No. 3 position for “Best Ethnic Diversity” among all Regional Universities in the South.