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John Jay Is #7 in "Best Bang for the Buck" Ranking

John Jay College was ranked #7 for Best Bank for the Buck in the Northeast by Washington Monthly, which measures how well colleges help low and moderate-income students attain affordable, marketable degrees. 

A federally-designated Minority-Serving and Hispanic-Serving Institution, these rankings demonstrate John Jay’s commitment to helping students from low income and underserved populations ascend to the middle class and beyond. With tuition a fraction of the cost to attend a comparable private college, 85% of John Jay students graduate with no student debt. Click here to learn more about tuition and financial aid at John Jay. 

John Jay was also recently ranked in the #9 for Top Public Schools, #5 for Social Mobility and Top 20 for Undergraduate Teaching and Most Innovative Schools by US News & World Report, a Top Veteran-Friendly School by US Veterans Magazine, #14 in the Top 100 Best Value Colleges & Universities for 2022 by College Consensus, #10 Best Value and, and #1 in Most Affordable Security Degree Programs by Security Degree Hub, among others.