In the latest college rankings issued by U.S. News & World Report and the Princeton Review, Hunter has cemented its status as one of the top public schools in the country.
In the U.S. News rankings, Hunter College placed 18th in the Regional Universities-North category. Over the last five years, Hunter has risen 24 places in this category.
Hunter was also a standout in ranking subcategories, placing 5th among Top Public Schools, 3rd in Social Mobility, and 7th as a Best College for Veterans. This year, Hunter broke into the Top 10 for Best Undergraduate Teaching, moving up from #16 in 2021. Hunter also registered in the Top 10 for Ethnic Diversity.
2022 marks the first year that U.S. News is ranking undergraduate nursing programs. Out of nearly 700 schools surveyed, Hunter’s program ranked #120, and #6 at the state level.
Hunter joined five of its fellow CUNY colleges—occupying six of the seven top spots—in dominating the list of colleges whose graduates carry the lowest student debt.
Hunter College also made the Princeton Review’s highly selective list of the Best 387 Colleges, ranking #5 in the Top 20 Best Schools for Financial Aid (Public Schools) and #34 in the Top 50 Best Value Colleges (Public Schools).