The Wall Street Journal recently ranked Trinity University #72 out of 500 schools nationwide, and #3 among Texas colleges. The inaugural WSJ ranking considered resources, student engagement, learning environment—and perhaps most importantly to parents and their pocketbooks—student outcomes.
Trinity faculty propelled the university to a 6th place rating for research and instruction, just behind such academic powerhouses as Pomona and Stanford. Students rated their professors on a scale of 1 to 10 in such areas as accessibility and collaborative focus. Faculty research productivity was also factored into the rating.
Congratulations to the Trinity University family!