Lehigh has again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s outstanding research universities

In its recently released "2022 Best Colleges" issue, Lehigh University held steady from its 2021 ranking of No. 49 overall among 391 U.S. institutions that offer undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees. In the Undergraduate Teaching category, the university was ranked at No. 13, moving up from the No. 31 position in the publication’s 2021 ranking.

Among the best undergraduate engineering programs in the National Universities category, Lehigh’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science moved up three slots to No. 45, and its undergraduate computer science program moved up six places to No. 98.

The U.S. News rankings take into account a number of factors that include graduation and retention rates, class size, SAT scores, student excellence, academic reputation, and alumni giving.

To aid prospective students and their families in their decision-making, Lehigh provides a wealth of information on academics, resources, campus life, and scholarship and financial aid offerings.

For information on Lehigh’s undergraduate programs in engineering, download the Lehigh Engineering Curriculum Guide, or review the Rossin College’s full range of academic programs. Lehigh’s admissions website allows visitors to browse the university’s catalog of academic programs, schedule a campus visit, or request more information.

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