Two Maryland universities ranked in the top 35 on Washington Monthly’s 2021 Master’s University Rankings. The publication ranks schools based on “what they do for the country. It’s our answer to U.S News & World Report,” a statement on washingtonmonthly.com said. “We rank liberal arts colleges — four-year institutions that award almost exclusively bachelor’s degrees and that focus on arts and sciences rather than professional programs — based on their contribution to the public good in three broad categories: social mobility, research and promoting public service.”
GBC Member institutions Loyola University Maryland was ranked No. 29 and McDaniel College ranked No. 33.
Other Maryland universities in the top 100 were Frostburg State University (No. 44), Salisbury University (No. 63) and Hood College (No. 76).
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