Washington Monthly lists CSU among 100 National Universities in its College Guide and Rankings.
The magazine wanted to call attention to the service-oriented schools that spend energy and resources on encouraging students to give back to their communities and their nation, and not just themselves. This is one of the reasons the magazine began this college-ranking system. A complete list of rankings can be found at the Washington Monthly website.
The colleges were ranked by taking into account their social mobility, research, and service. Some of the specific criteria included:
- Students Receiving Pell Grants
- Predicted Graduation Rate vs. Actual Graduation Rate
- Research Expenditures
- Faculty Receiving Significant Awards & in National Academies
- Peace Corps and ROTC Involvement
- Community Service Participation & Hours Served
- Service Staff, Courses, & Financial Aid Support
If you have any questions about any of CSU Continuing Education's undergraduate or graduate degree programs, please contact Jenny Hannifin at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 877-491-4336.
The Division of Continuing Education at Colorado State University develops and delivers graduate and undergraduate degrees; professional development training; certificate programs; online credit and noncredit courses; and industry specific training in Loveland, Brighton, Denver, and wherever students are located through online and distance delivery modes.
For more information, visit http://www.learn.colostate.edu/ degrees or call (970) 491-5288 or (877) 491-4336.
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Washington Monthly's 2011 national universities rankings