MMA National & Regional Rankings

Below you will find recent highlights of MMA's ranking in various reports and lists:

US News and World Report – 2018 Best Colleges Rankings
#18 (tied), Best Regional Universities North
#4, Top Public Schools (Regional Universities North)

College Factual  - 2018 Rankings
#1, Best Colleges for the Money (all undergraduates, Massachusetts)
#6, Best Colleges for the Money (all undergraduates, New England)

College Raptor - 2018 Rankings
#6, Hidden Public Gems

Business First - 2017 Rankings of U.S. Public Colleges
#98 (national)

Money Magazine – 2017-2018 Best Colleges Rankings
#26 (national)
#15 among the 50 Best Public Colleges
#4 among the 50 Best Colleges You Can Actually Get Into

PayScale – 2017-2018 Colleges with Highest Salary Potential
#64, all four-year institutions
#16, public four-year institutions
#10, four-year institutions in Massachusetts

PayScale – 2017 College Education Return on Investment (ROI) Rankings*
#14, Best Value Colleges (national)
#9, Best Value Colleges (public colleges)
#2, Best Value Colleges (Massachusetts)
*Rankings data reflect the 20-year net ROI for on campus students at in-state rates with no financial aid.
When 20-year net ROI is annualized, MMA is tied at #5 nationally.

US Department of Education College Scorecard
One of 23 four-year schools with low costs that lead to high incomes (published 9/12/2015)

27 colleges with the highest-earning graduates (published 4/14/2017)  - 2017 Best Value Colleges
#3 Best Value Colleges (Massachusetts) - 2017 Rankings
#4, Top Colleges in Massachusetts

Washington Monthly - 2017 College Guide and Rankings
#3 Best Bang for the Buck (Northeast)
#54 National Universities (Masters level institutions)

Victory Media – Military Friendly School List 2017
Military Friendly Schools Gold designation

Brookings Institution 2015 Value-Added Rankings Using College Scorecard Data
#5 (Four-year or higher colleges with the highest value-added, Table 3)
#11 (Four-year colleges with the largest increase in value-added, Table 5)

Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, Ranking Your College*
#9 (20 four-year colleges whose students go on to earn the highest salaries in the labor market 10 years after beginning their studies)
#10, tied (same listing adjusted for choice of major, students’ academic preparation, and likelihood of graduate degree attainment)
*analysis based on U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard, 2015