Three North Carolina universities rank among the top colleges and university in the country, based on a new report from U.S. News & World Report.
According to the report, the site "[assessed] bachelor's degree-granting institutions on 17 measures of academic quality" to determine its list of the best colleges for 2022-2023. Several Ivy League schools top the list, including Princeton University claiming the No. 1 spot, but plenty of public colleges and universities also found a spot on the list. So which colleges in the Tar Heel State snagged a place in the Top 50?
- No. 10: Duke University
- TIED No. 29: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Wake Forest University
Duke University tied for No. 10 overall with Northwestern University, while both Wake Forest University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill tied for No. 29 alongside the University of Florida.
These are the Top 20 universities in the country, according to the report:
- Princeton University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- TIED: Harvard University, Stanford University, Yale University
- University of Chicago
- TIED: Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania
- California Institute of Technology
- TIED: Duke University, Northwestern University
- Dartmouth College
- TIED: Brown University, Vanderbilt University
- TIED: Rice University, Washington University in St. Louis
- Cornell University
- TIED: Columbia University, University of Notre Dame
- TIED: University of California (Berkeley), University of California (Los Angeles)
Check out the full report to see U.S. News & World Report's picks for the top universities in the country.