John Jay College was ranked #11 in the nation and #1 among CUNY colleges for promoting economic mobility by Third Way, a public policy think tank. Their study ranked four-year colleges based on the proportion of students receiving Pell grants, the cost of attendance and students’ expected earnings after graduation.
The ranking demonstrates John Jay’s commitment to providing students from lower income backgrounds with access to college education and to the middle class and beyond. With tuition a fraction of the cost to attend a comparable private college, the vast majority of John Jay students graduate debt-free. Click here to learn more about tuition and financial aid at John Jay.
John Jay was also recently ranked #1 in the country for criminal justice, forensic science and legal studies programs by University HQ, #10 for regional public college, #8 for social mobility, #3 for least debt, #7 for ethnic diversity and #10 for economic diversity by US News & World Report, #7 in “best bang for the buck” by Washington Monthly, a top veteran-friendly school by US Veterans Magazine and #1 in most affordable security degree programs by Security Degree Hub.