WCU Places in Top 100 of National Survey
William Carey University recently placed in the top 100 on a national survey that considers costs and employability of the school’s graduates. WCU ranked the highest of all Mississippi universities included in the survey.
President Tommy King stated, “This is another confirmation by an external rating service that William Carey University is preparing students to compete in the job market.”
The College Rankings Index survey was conducted by California-based Educate to Career and was based on the academic profile of entering students, the total costs of attendance and the success of the students upon entering the job market. The survey analyzed over 1,200 colleges and universities throughout the United States.
The survey considers four-year colleges with annual enrollments greater than 1,000 students. Some metrics included in calculating the rankings are the percentage of graduates employed in occupations which utilize their field of study; the average salary earned by recent graduates; the number of years to graduate; the net cost of tuition; and loan default rates.
CUTLINE: William Carey University recently ranked in the top 100 on Educate to Career’s College Rankings Index, a national survey based on the academic profile of entering students, the total costs of attendance and the success of the students upon entering the job market. This is the highest rank of all Mississippi colleges in the survey.