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Penn College Again Earns Top 10 Status


Penn College again earned Top 10 status among the best public, four-year colleges in the northern region of the United States in the America’s Best Colleges rankings published by the U.S. News Media Group. Penn College ranked 10th in the category of “Top Public Schools: Regional Colleges (North).” In an overall assessment of the “Best Regional Colleges” that includes public and private institutions, Penn College ranked No. 36 in the North. The annual rankings were announced Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report and included in the 2012 Best Colleges guidebook, available for purchase at newsstands around the nation. In addition to the rankings, the online and print resources published by U.S. News & World Report provide worldwide access to information on the ranked schools’ locations, size, cost, academic offerings and financial-aid policies.

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