U.S. News ranking
recognized for value, social mobility
Bluffton University has once again been named to the top tier of Midwest Regional Colleges in the “U.S. News & World Report” rankings released today.
The 2023 edition of the magazine’s “Best Colleges” guidebook ranks Bluffton 36 among 76 comparable institutions in 12 Midwest states. Now listed in the “U.S. News” rankings for 25 consecutive years, Bluffton has consistently ranked in the top tier of Midwest colleges.
Bluffton was also recognized in two additional areas with a ranking of 18 in Best Value Schools for Midwest Regional Colleges and 10 for Top Performers for Social Mobility in Midwest Regional Colleges.
“Bluffton University continues to be recognized by ‘Best Colleges’ as a top tier school,” said Robin Bowlus, vice president for advancement and enrollment management. “It is wonderful to have Bluffton recognized for its impact on social mobility and graduating students who are prepared for life and vocation. Bluffton alumni are leaders at home, at work and in their communities.”
Located on a 65-acre residential campus, Bluffton offers 96 majors, minors and interdisciplinary programs for undergraduate students, including nationally accredited programs in dietetics, education, music and social work.
Opportunities for working adults include accounting, business management, and social work degree-completion programs and graduate programs in business administration (MBA), education (MAEd) and organizational management (MAOM).
Founded in 1899 and affiliated with Mennonite Church USA, Bluffton University graduates are prepared for life. Ninety-eight percent of Bluffton alumni are employed or in graduate school or long-term service within six months of graduation.