The latest news on rankings
The hot debate at NACAC's 2007 annual conference was about whether some aspects of the college admission process are unfair to students.
High school students use the rankings as just one tool in their college search.
Columbia College (Illinois) is wrong when it implies in recent letters that U.S. News ranked it in the recently published 2008 edition of America's Best Colleges.
A group of college presidents have responded to our annual college rankings, encouraging discussion of them.
What do you do if you are a high school student with less-than-dazzling grades and SAT/ACT scores and you still want to go to a very good school?
U.S. News is not the only publication that ranks colleges, and the others that do have just as many detractors. Administrators at West Virginia University are up in arms over being named the No. 1 party school by the Princeton Review, the Daily Athenaeum writes.
The man behind the college rankings comments on mistakes in the early coverage of the launch.
For decades, Medicare has been reimbursing hospitals for their own mistakes. That's coming to an end.
The new U.S. News America's Best Colleges rankings are now online, and schools have begun celebrating their success (while still being humble) or downplaying their misfortune.
The new America's Best Colleges 2008 edition rankings go live on August 17. What does U.S. News do to ensure the integrity of the data that we publish in the rankings?