September 18, 2020
U.S. News & World Report ranked Hood College in four major lists in the north region: no. 17 in Best Value, no. 28 in Best Undergraduate Teaching, no. 28 in Best Colleges for Veterans and no. 56 in Best Regional Universities.
Hood also ranked as a Best Northeastern College in the Princeton Review and as a Best Value College in Money Magazine.
“Our faculty and staff work so hard to provide an outstanding and affordable education for our students,” said Hood President Andrea E. Chapdelaine. “Recognition from these lists reflects that each year, and I am so proud of our campus community.”
In the past year, Hood has launched new bachelor’s degrees in public health, sustainability studies and art therapy as well as a graduate certificate in project management.