Christendom College’s ranking in the 2006 edition of US News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” issue marks the seventh consecutive year that Christendom has been found to be one of the best liberal arts colleges in the US. In fact, this year, Christendom moved up a tier in the rankings, from the fourth to the third tier, placing it among the top 160 liberal arts colleges in America.
Additionally, Christendom ranked first among all Catholic national liberal arts colleges in America in the category of “least debt incurred by its graduates.” This is the sixth consecutive year that Christendom has been awarded this unique ranking.
The study revealed that the average debt incurred among the 56% of Christendom graduates who acquired student loans was $11,240.
In addition to being recognized in the category of “least debt,” US News ranked Christendom second in its tier in the area of SAT scores amongst incoming freshmen (1130-1330) and first in percentage of freshmen in the top 10% of their high school class (60%).
(This update courtesy of Christendom College.)