1. Why is U.S. News ranking online education programs?
U.S. News believes online learning is fast becoming an integral part of all education, including higher education, and that consumers are hungry for information related to online degrees. Please see U.S. News Editor Brian Kelly's note for more information.
2. How do you correctly write the company's name?
It's U.S. News & World Report. On subsequent references, the company is often called U.S. News.
3. Is there a print guidebook for the 2013 Best Online Education Programs rankings?
The 2013 Online Education rankings do not have an accompanying print guidebook at this time; however U.S. News plans to include highlights of the rankings in both the Best Graduate Schools 2014 and Best Colleges 2014 printed guidebooks.
4. How much Web traffic do you get?
U.S. News elects not to give out those numbers.
5. I have questions about the rankings data and methodologies. Whom can I contact?
Visit the U.S. News Education rankings methodologies page for detailed methodologies and frequently asked questions about the U.S. News Education rankings. If you would like to request additional, unpublished detailed rankings information, please E-mail your request to the U.S. News data team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. I am a member of the news media. How can I get my name added to your E-mail lists for breaking news and information about your rankings and Web launches?
E-mail your request to Education-PR@usnews.com. Include your name, job title, program, news organization, mailing address, phone number, and E-mail address.
7. How do I reach a U.S. News staff member for a broadcast interview?
To book a U.S. News staff member for radio or television, contact Education-PR@usnews.com.