Money magazine has ranked Molloy College the #1 “Value All-Star” in the nation. The recognition comes as part of the magazine’s annual college rankings, which acknowledge the best of the country’s institutions of higher education in a multitude of categories.
Sixty-four schools were named “Value All-Stars” in Money’s August issue. The ranking was largely based on the colleges’ graduation rates and the average alumni salaries. This category was designed to “determine which schools actually add the most value,” according to the magazine, taking into account a variety of factors that include earnings of the graduates and the mix of majors at each school.
Additionally, Molloy College was ranked #84 (tied with Georgetown University) overall as one of the “Best Colleges” in the country, the highest ranked college in the Long Island/Queens region. Money ranked 705 schools for their ability to deliver a “superior education at an affordable price while preparing their students for rewarding careers.”
“We are proud that Money magazine has recognized what we at Molloy have always known,” said Dr. Drew Bogner, Molloy’s president. “We invest in student success and we challenge our students to succeed. Molloy students are committed to a value system that stresses work ethics, resiliency, professionalism and leadership. This is why they graduate, and why they get hired. We reach beyond the classroom and educate the entire person.”
Molloy College, an independent Catholic college based in Rockville Centre, was founded in 1955. The college serves a student population of approximately 4,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Molloy students can earn degrees in a variety of outstanding academic programs, including nursing, business, education, social work, music therapy and more.
—Submitted by Molloy College