MAHWAH, N.J. – Ramapo College has earned high praise from U.S. News & World Report in its rankings for 2022-2023 – a testament to the College’s commitment to modeling a bold and interdisciplinary approach to learning, providing individualized attention to students, and advancing its mission to prepare students to be ethical leaders for a changing world.

Ramapo College remains a top institution in the Best Regional Universities North, being named as one of only two New Jersey public institutions listed in the top 10, and ascending several spots to the No. 28 ranking among all schools in the same region. The results affirm Ramapo’s value as an institution that combines high-quality programs, affordability, and dedication to student success.

“We recognize that many prospective students and their families rely on rankings reports to narrow their college searches and, to that end, the findings affirm Ramapo’s superior graduation and retention rates as well as the social mobility of our graduates,” said Cindy Jebb, Ramapo College President. “However, we also know that much of what makes Ramapo an incredibly valuable destination for undergraduate education goes unsaid in these reports—that is our caring and inclusive community, our culture of mentorship, our unique focus on student well-being, and our unwavering commitment to foster in our students the critical thought, civil discourse, ethical leadership, and empathetic service that are needed now and will be essential to the health of our democracy and our economy for decades to come.”

The College’s Teaching Program was one of only two New Jersey programs among 25 institutions in the Regional Public Universities North category. Ramapo’s outstanding Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) Program ascended exponentially in the national ranking, landing in the top 43 percent nationwide.

Ramapo College was also again recognized for its commitment to veteran students, placing 13th for Best Colleges for Veteran Students by U.S. News.