LBC Ties for 1st Place in WSJ Rankings for ‘Right Choice’ Category With Stanford University

by Kelsey Madas

September 10, 2018

Posted in: Campus News

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is topping lists in The Wall Street Journal’s College Rankings once again. In the media outlet’s 2019 rankings, Lancaster Bible College tied for first place in the Right Choice category with Stanford University.

The finalists for the Right Choice category were determined by a survey given to students that asked, “If you could start over, would you still choose this college?” Results are rated on a scale of zero to 10, with a score 10 of representing the strongest agreement. Both schools earned an overall score of 9.4 out of 10.

Also included on the prestigious list are two Ivy League institutions: Brown University and Harvard University. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) also made an appearance on the list.!

Lancaster Bible College moved up in its rankings this year, taking second place in the same category in the last year’s rankings. The Bible college also landed at third place for Career Preparation in the 2018 rankings, a category not surveyed or included in this year’s report.

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