USNWR Ranks Howard #11 for “Strong Commitment to Teaching”
HU Named Among Top 100 Universities
Howard University ranked 11th among schools “where the faculty had an unusual commitment to undergraduate teaching.”
Eighty schools were ranked for the best teaching of undergraduates in the 2010 U.S. News and World Report (USNWR).
Howard also ranked in the top 100 in the USNWR ranking of Best National Universities. Howard shares the 96th place ranking with SUNY—Stony Brook, University of Alabama, University of California—Riverside, University of Kansas and the University of Nebraska—Lincoln. Howard ranked 102 in the 2009 survey.
For the ranking of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Howard ranked second behind Spelman College. Morehouse, Fisk and Xavier University rounded out the top five.
In the Washington Metro Area, please see the rankings for the Best National University category.
23. Georgetown University (DC)
53. George Washington Univ. (DC)
53. U. of Maryland—College Park
84. American University (DC)
96. Howard University (DC)
121. Catholic Univ. of America (DC)
For more information on Howard University, visit www.howard.edu