U.S. News and World Reports College Rankings          

U.s.News and World ReportMiami University was ranked third in the country for best undergraduate teaching program among national universities; trailing only Dartmouth College and Princeton University.  Miami ranked No. 90 among national universities and 40th among national public universities, according to the rankings. Miami was tied with SUNY-Binghamton University in New York, St. Louis University and the University of Missouri in the rankings.

Xavier University was ranked fourth among midwestern universities, tied with Valparaiso University in Indiana.

Thomas More College was ranked No. 49 among southern regional universities, tied with the University of Tennessee-Martin.

Northern Kentucky University earned a No. 71 ranking among southern regional universities, tied with Campbellsville University in Kentucky, Pfeiffer University in North Carolina and Valdosta State University in Georgia.

The College of Mount St. Joseph was ranked No. 72 among midwest regional universities, just behind schools including Minnesota State University in Mankato.

The University of Cincinnati's ranked No. 143 among national universities, tied with others including Kansas State, Alabama-Birmingham and the University of Mississippi. 6 UC programs ranked in the Top 15 nationally.