U.S. News & World Report ranks Lynn the south’s most international college

Students walk with flags on the Lynn campus for Celebration of Nations.

U.S. News & World Report released its annual best colleges rankings. Lynn University was recognized first in “Most International Students, Regional Universities South” and 95 in the “Best Regional Universities South” categories.

With students from approximately 100 countries, Lynn not only remains highly ranked in the region, but ties with Brandeis University and University of Rochester for the eighth spot nationally.

Earlier this year, the university was ranked 126 in “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs,” 174 in “Best Online Graduate Education Programs” and 179 for “Best Online MBA Programs.”

The U.S. News rankings methodology focuses on academic excellence, with schools evaluated on hundreds of data points and up to 15 measures of academic quality.

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