One of America’s top colleges…
and a great value.
The Fiske Guide to Colleges named Oglethorpe a “Best Buy” — a list of only 10 private and 10 public colleges and universities in the country.
FORBES ranks us #33 among America’s most entrepreneurial colleges. The list of only 50 colleges “boasts more founders and owners among alumni and students on LinkedIn than Stanford University and MIT (adjusted for student body size).”
Niche ranked Oglethorpe among the most diverse colleges. Earning an “A” in diversity, Oglethorpe was listed in the top 5 Georgia colleges and 66th nationally of the 1713 U.S. colleges evaluated.
US News and World Report ranks us among America’s best national liberal arts colleges.
US News has also called us an “over-performer” when it comes to graduating low-income students in a recent article.
Washington Monthly ranks us #56 of all liberal arts colleges in the nation for our contribution to the public good.
USA Today/ Wall Street Journal calls Oglethorpe a “Best Value”, ranking us #48 out of 1,223 nationwide best colleges for your money.
The Princeton Review has named us a best college in the Southeast.
Forbes has included Oglethorpe in their list of top colleges.
The National Science Foundation ranks Oglethorpe #98 in the country for the number of graduates who earn doctorates in the humanities.
Oglethorpe has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll every year since 2006.
Oglethorpe has been named one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction.
Zippia ranked Oglethorpe among the top 3 colleges in Georgia for economics majors and in the top 5 for business majors.
We are one of only 61 colleges nationwide with the honor of bestowing annually the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation Award to one male and one female student.
Oglethorpe is a member of the Annapolis Group, an organization of America’s most selective liberal arts institutions.