HAMPTON, Va. (September 9, 2019) – Hampton University is consistently ranked as the top of several prestigious college listings, including U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, MONEY Magazine and many others, distancing itself from many institutions of its size across many noteworthy categories.
The Princeton Review named Hampton University as a “Best Regional College” and “Best 385 Colleges” in their annual college guide. The Princeton Review has been a trusted resource for students and families to make the right college choice for over 27 years. For this 28th edition, The Princeton Review surveyed over 140,000 students from across the country so that they could tell the public which colleges have the best food, best career services, happiest students and more.
“Everyday Hampton University continues to uphold THE Standard of Excellence that our founder General Samuel Chapman Armstrong set forth when he transformed a dream into the reality of this institution. We pursue programs and ventures that are not occurring at any other institution. We are the only HBCU ever to be solely responsible for a major NASA mission. Our rankings in these highly prestigious publications reflect the many accomplishments and achievements Hampton University continues to produce,” said Dr. William R. Harvey, Hampton University’s President.
The U.S. News & World Report is a multi-platform publisher of news and information. For 30 years, their rankings have served as a valuable reference when making life’s toughest decisions. U.S. News & World Report ranked Hampton University for 2020 as a Best National University, and as one of the top HBCUs. They also ranked Hampton University with a Top Undergraduate Engineering Program and a new ranking category this year, Top Performer on Social Mobility. This ranking measures how well schools graduated students who received federal Pell Grants.
Hampton University was named one of the “Best Colleges” in 2019 by MONEY Magazine – a longtime trusted leader in financial preparedness.
OnlineCollegePlan recently created rankings surrounding several different areas in education. Hampton University received Top Online PhD programs in special education.
College Values Online also ranked identified Hampton University as having one of the best online doctorate in special education degree programs. The ranking considered accreditation, rankings in major publications and affordability.
College Consensus, a unique college ratings website that aggregates publisher rankings and student reviews, has published their ranking of the Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities 2019 and Hampton University ranked in the top five. To identify the Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities 2019, College Consensus combined the latest results from the most respected college rankings with thousands of real student reviews to produce a unique consensus score for each school. According to Consensus editors, “College Consensus gathers the publisher rankings and student reviews from around the web and distills the results into simple, easy to understand scores so students can quickly and easily compare schools.”
Affordable Schools identified Hampton University has having one of the most affordable online bachelor’s in human resources management degree programs in their 2019 ranking. The ranking considered average cost of attendance, student-to-faculty ratio, US News and World Report ranking, and graduation rate. The editors noted that this is one of the best values for an online bachelor’s in human resources management degree programs.
TheBestSchools.org featured Hampton University as one of the best Online Paralegal Bachelor’s Programs for 2019. TheBestSchools.org connects prospective students with the best online degree programs available. According to TheBestSchools.org, “Hampton stands out as one of the best of the best and we want to celebrate that!”
OnlineDegrees.com has proudly ranked Hampton University No. 3 in their new study focusing on the best schools to earn a bachelor’s in criminal justice online. They look at factors such as tuition, flexibility, accreditation and scholarships to select the top schools. They also use the most recent government data, such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics and others, to evaluate schools offering bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice online.