The University of Florida A&M ranks among the top national public universities in the United States.
According to the US News & World Report’s “Best College 2022” guidebook published Monday (September 1), the school was the highest-ranked public HBCU in the United States and rose 17 slots in the overall rankings from 117 to 104 – the top HBCU for the third year in a row.
In addition, FAMU now stands at No. 7 in the ranking of the top 10 Hist historically black colleges and universities by publication, public or private. Last year, they were seventh in the top 10 HBCU division with North Carolina A&T University.
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The FAMU President said, “Moving forward in 13 places is a testament to the success of our students and our focus on our strategic plan for our faculty, staff and students, the principles of FAMU Rising.” Larry RobinsonAccordingly, a notification said Tallahassee Democrat. “Our willpower and teamwork allow us to focus intensely on opportunities and tackle challenges more effectively.”
FAMU’s current Five-Year Plan (2017 to 2022) focuses on improving retention, a six-year graduation rate, expanding faculty research options, improving infrastructure, and more.
In addition to meeting the target, the average GPA of students admitted to FAMU has increased from 3.74 in 2020 to 3.8.
The US News & World Report’s guidebook reviews 392 institutions, including 209 public, 179 private, and four postgraduate major and masters and doctoral degrees for profit. Tallahassee Democrat.