N.J. schools in rankings: Rutgers, Stevens join Princeton in Top 100; nine schools in Top 200

There are numerous rankings for higher education institutions, but the U.S. News & World Report rankings — the longest running of the bunch — generally are regarded as the most prestigious and gather the most attention.

Here’s a look at how New Jersey’s colleges and universities fared in the 2021 rankings, which were released early Monday morning:

National Universities

1. Princeton University;
T63. Rutgers University (New Brunswick);
T80. Stevens Institute of Technology;
T118. New Jersey Institute of Technology;
T118. Rutgers University (Newark);
T133. Seton Hall University;
T153. Rutgers University (Camden);
T176. Montclair State University;
T187. Rowan University.

Regional Universities/North

5. The College of New Jersey;
T23. Monmouth University;
T34. Ramapo College of New Jersey;
T34. Stockton University;
T38. Rider University;
T50. Fairleigh Dickinson University;
T67. Caldwell University;
T75. St. Peter’s University;
T90. William Paterson University;
T96. Centenary University;
T113. Georgian Court University;
T132. Kean University;
T136-176. Felician University;
T136-176. New Jersey City University;
T136-176. Saint Elizabeth University.

National Liberal Arts

T113. Drew University;
T171-221. Bloomfield College.

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