New college rankings created using pending federal criteria

11/22/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News and World Report has produced a list analyzing how well -- or how poorly -- colleges and universities are doing at graduating students receiving federal subsidized loans. The magazine used the criteria being considered by the federal government as it develops its college rating system. The top-performing schools -- including Brown University, Johns Hopkins University and Swarthmore College -- were those that in the past six years graduated 85% or more of students receiving subsidized Stafford loans but not Pell Grants.

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