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Wagner College was ranked number 17 for community service among the nation’s 634 master’s universities in the latest Washington Monthly annual College Guide Rankings issue, published today.

Overall, Wagner was ranked among the Top Third of universities granting master’s degrees in the United States.

The college was also named as a “Best Bang for the Buck” college in the northeastern U.S.

The Washington Monthly rankings were created in 2005 in reaction against the dominant U.S. News & World Report college rankings, which were based “on measures of wealth, fame, and exclusivity,” according to Washington Monthly, “exactly the opposite of what a nation struggling to keep higher education affordable for an increasingly diverse student population actually needed.”

The Washington Monthly rankings are intended to grade schools on a completely different scale — “not on what they did for themselves, but on what they did for their country” — by quantifying the public good being done by America’s college and universities.


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