Alcorn rises in two 2019 U.S. News & World Report ranking categories
Alcorn State University’s popularity amongst students continues to rise, as the university continues to be one of the nation’s most recognized institutions of higher learning.
Alcorn State University ranks number 21st on U. S. News & World Report’s Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities list for 2019. The University also climbed to 35th on the Top Public Schools Regional South list, and it rose to 89thin the Best Regional Universities South category, jumping six spots from last year’s ranking.
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Interim President, Dr. Donzell Lee is proud of Alcorn’s consistent accolades, which he believes is due to the commitment of the University’s dedication to distinction.
“Alcorn has become synonymous with success,” said Lee. “Our students, faculty, and staff pride themselves on their ability to push Alcorn beyond expectations. We are also proud of the contributions of our faithful alumni. It is personally gratifying to see Alcorn thrive against great odds. We exude excellence, and we will continue to strive for greatness.”
Visit https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/alcorn-state-university-2396 to view Alcorn’s rankings.