Courtesy of Hampton University
Several prestigious college listings throughout the world, including U. S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review, continue to recognize Hampton University.
“At Hampton University, we strive to uphold our founder’s ideals of providing a strong academic program and building character,” said Hampton University President, Darrell K. Williams. “The high marks that Hampton University continues to receive in the Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, and other reputable publications serve as confirmation that we are one of the nation’s top institutions of higher education, especially as relates to our new aim to “Deliver the #1 Student Experience in America.”
The 2023 edition of The Princeton Review’s listing of best colleges again named Hampton University a “Best College.” The publication also named the University a “Best Southeastern College” and recognized it as “one of the world’s top historically black universities, offering students a progressive education in business, the sciences, and the liberal arts. This ‘school of tradition, family values, and excellent education’ is well-known for its focus on STEM programs, its five-year MBA program’ and for proudly ‘forcing its students to be at the top of their game.’” For more than 40 years, The Princeton Review has been a trusted resource for parents and students choosing a college or university. The Best 388 Colleges rankings are based on ratings from actual students.
U.S. News & World Report has released its 2022-2023 Best Colleges report and Hampton University is ranked as a top school in several categories. Hampton University is ranked as a top six institution among Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the latest rankings. Hampton is recognized as one of the Best Undergraduate Computer Science Programs, a Top Performer in Social Mobility and as a National University. U.S. News & World Report provides nearly 50 different types of numerical rankings and lists to help students narrow their college search.