CLINTON, Miss. – “U.S. News & World Report” has given Mississippi College high marks in its latest rankings.
MC is tied for 31st among the South’s leading regional universities.Factors such as academic quality, graduation rates, first-year retention and the strength of the faculty were measured in the survey.
Mark Hughes, dean of enrollment services said, the rankings show “our commitment to certain quality indicators which are valued” such as average ACT scores, class size, retention rates and national accreditation’s.
This Fall the average ACT score for freshmen rose slightly to 24.5.
MC has 5,133-students and offers 83 undergraduate programs and 63 graduate areas of study.