Virginia Tech has moved into the Top 25 public universities

Blacksburg, VA , September 11, 2013
Virginia Tech College of Engineering
Virginia Tech has moved into the Top 25 public universities as ranked by U.S. News and World Report in its annual survey of undergraduate programs – “America’s Best Colleges 2014.” Its College of Engineering ranks 15th overall, a move up from 16th place last year, and sixth among public universities in the United States.

The university’s move to No. 25 for 2014 among public schools is a bump up from the No. 28 position in the 2013 survey released by U.S. News & World Report, released this time last year.

http://www.eng.vt.edu/news/virginia-tech-breaks-top-25-best-public-universities-undergraduates-ranked-us-news-world-report

Strategy in 1994 New Century Vision: Ensure that Virginia Tech is widely recognized as one of the top 25 national univertsities.

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