Miami University earns No. 2 national ranking for undergraduate teaching

Overall, the school is ranked 79th among all national universities in the country and made the Top 30 Public National Universities List.
Overall, the school is ranked 79th among all national universities in the country and made the Top 30 Public National Universities List. | Contributed image
Miami University recently earned the No. 2 spot on U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of universities with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, and was the only public school to crack the list’s top four positions.
 
Coming in just behind Princeton University and before Yale and Brown, ranked third and fourth, respectively, Miami was also the only non-Ivy League school to make the top four. The university has been in the top five on the undergraduate teaching list for the past eight years.
 
“Miami faculty put their hearts and souls into teaching – it’s where we truly excel,” Miami President Gregory Crawford said. “We hear it every day from our students and graduates of every campus, that how professors teach and mentor is what makes Miami such a special place to learn. This consistent recognition year after year is testament to their passion, commitment and genuine compassion for our students, and being here and seeing it on a daily basis is truly inspiring.”
 
Overall, the school is ranked 79th among all national universities in the country and made the Top 30 Public National Universities List. Miami also ranked 31st for undergraduate engineering programs and 48th for undergraduate business programs.

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