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U.S. News and World Report releases data on IU’s ranking

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U.S. News and World Report ranked Indiana University Bloomington 72nd out of 443 national universities this week based on its analysis for the 2022-2023 academic year. 

The report also ranked IU as 29th for top public schools and 176th for best value schools in the U.S. 

[Related: Ash Soni to serve as new Kelley School of Business dean]

The report also provided data regarding in and out-of-state tuition and fees, enrollment demographics, four-year graduation rate, acceptance rating, rankings in specific programs offered by the school and more information pertaining to IU education. Among these programs, IU ranked eighth in their business programs, fourth in accounting programs, seventh in analytics, third in marketing and seventh in management. IU also ranked first in graduate public affairs programs

The report included IU’s 85% acceptance rate, 69% four-year graduation rate, total enrollment data of 34,253 undergraduate students and 11,075 graduate students. The report also provided student diversity statistics of the university, with 50% of students being male and 50% female as well as 25% of the student body representing minority groups. 

U.S. News provided data of the average debt of IU students at graduation being around $27,557 and the starting salary of alumni being a median of $51,700 for IU.

[Related: David Daleke appointed dean of IU Bloomington graduate school] 

According to an article by NPR, U.S. News and World Report has released rankings of the top colleges, universities and graduate schools in the nation for the past 40 years, but recently, many of the nation’s consistently high-ranked institutions have stopped providing their data to this publication. 

According to the NPR article, Yale University Law School was the top law school in the country on this ranking system for years, but Dean Heather Gerken of the school chose to stop providing U.S. News with the law school’s data in November 2022. Following its resignation from this publication, 40 more law schools soon did the same.  

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