The College of Staten Island has made gains in the 2024 Best Colleges Rankings from U.S. News & World Report. The College was ranked #36 in Top Public Schools – Regional Universities (North), up from #45, last year. In addition, CSI rose in the Overall Rank – Regional Universities (North) to #103 from last year’s #124. Undergraduate programs in Economics and Psychology also made the rankings for the first time.
U.S News, once again recognized the College as a Top Performer for social mobility, and undergraduate programs in Computer Science, Engineering, and Nursing remained in the rankings, this year.
“The College of Staten Island is committed to being a first choice and destination campus for students,” said CSI President Dr. Timothy G. Lynch. “Our standing as a top public school and one that demonstrates excellence in social mobility reinforces our standing as a value institution where students receive a high-quality education with a demonstrable return on their investment upon graduation. Seeing more of our academic majors on the U.S. News list of the top programs nationally is invigorating, and reaffirms the work of our great faculty in delivering the finest education to our students.”
U.S. News notes that “the rankings provide a good starting point for students trying to compare schools. The four overall rankings – National Universities, Liberal Arts Colleges, Regional Universities and Regional Colleges – are based on factors that indicate academic quality, such graduation rates and faculty resources.”
Throughout the years, CSI has consistently appeared in a variety of U.S. News rankings categories.
By Terry Mares