The latest news on rankings
A new ranking from Spain looks at which universities have the strongest Web presence internationally.
High school counselors help students pick colleges, and they help shape our rankings, too.
A new study argues that the rankings have the power to discipline and punish law schools.
The cost of college is far more important to students than the colleges' rankings.
Health blogs and provider ratings—those who love and hate them got together last week.
A survey of public-affairs students reveals what influences their choice of schools.
Our first part-time law programs ranking will be among the new features in the upcoming edition.
Contrary to a recent essay, the U.S. News rankings don't encourage colleges to spend unnecessarily.
Top achievement schools, top IB schools, and the biggest and smallest
What about dual enrollment schools, plus geographic and economic diversity?