Albertus Magnus College Again Achieves Ranking by Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education

College’s Diversity and Inclusion Applauded

New Haven, Conn., September 21, 2021 – Albertus Magnus College is yet again recognized by Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education 2022 College Rankings.  This is the third year in a row for this acknowledgement among the prestigious group of 796 institutions nationwide and 258 in the Northeast region selected for inclusion.

The WSJ/THE designation is a pioneering ranking of US colleges and universities that puts student success and learning at its heart.  The survey includes clear performance indicators designed to answer the questions that matter most to students and their families including who to trust with their education and how likely is the individual to graduate, pay off their debt, and get a good job.  Student outcomes, engagement, resources, and environment all contributed to Albertus Magnus’ inclusion on the list, with the College receiving its strongest scores in the Environment category, which focuses on diversity and inclusion.

“With the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education rankings focused on what matters most to students and their families in these challenging times, Albertus’ inclusion in this annual ranking is affirming of the ever-growing reputation of the College and further reinforces the promise of a liberal arts-based education deeply rooted in Dominican values,” said President Marc M. Camille, Ed.D., who has been leading the College since 2017.  “We’re proud that students choosing an Albertus education continue to mirror the diversity of our nation, and our graduates are continuing to do exceptionally well in finding that first job or going on to graduate programs.”

Earlier this month, US News & World Report’s 2022 college rankings named Albertus a Top 100 Regional University in the North and a top performer in the Social Mobility category.

About Albertus Magnus College

About Albertus Magnus College: Albertus Magnus College, founded in 1925, is a Catholic College in the Dominican tradition. It is recognized by external rankings such as US News & World Report Best Colleges, Money Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education. The College has an enrollment of 1,500 students in its traditional undergraduate program, accelerated adult degree programs, and 12 graduate programs, including a new Master of Public Administration and the only Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling program in Connecticut. In the last year, the College received two significant Federal grants in support of student success and well-being: a $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice and a $1.9 million Title III grant from the Department of Education.