SLU Ranks Sixth Among Midwestern Colleges for Academic Resources
Saint Louis University ranks No. 6 among Midwestern universities for academic resources in the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings.
The WSJ/THE rankings are based on 15 factors across four main categories.
The assessments include student outcomes, which includes debt burdens and graduate salaries; academic resources for students; student engagement; and environment.
Looking at academic resources, WSJ/THE ranked Saint Louis University sixth in the Midwest. Among all schools, SLU ranked 42nd in academic resources.
Within the WSJ/THE’s overall rankings, SLU is the No. 6 Catholic university in the country. SLU is ninth among Midwestern universities located in cities and is the second-ranked university in the state of Missouri.
Overall SLU ranked 113 out of more than 600 universities nationwide.
Saint Louis University also was recognized recently as one of the nation’s best values in higher education by U.S. News and World Report.