Seguin is reportedly home to one of the top three universities in the state of Texas. That comparison made against even some of the big boys in the Lone Star State has Texas Lutheran University ranked as #3 by College Consensus.
According to the College Consensus, Best Colleges in Texas for 2018 "averaged the latest results from the most respected college ranking systems with thousands of real student review scores from around the web to produce a unique College Consensus rating for each school."
Ashlie Ford, TLU director of marketing and communications, says TLU is, no doubt, honored by this latest recognition.
"We are so proud to add yet another accolade to our long list of national recognitions. For many years, we've been recognized by reputable respective publications like U.S. News World Report, the Princeton Review and the Chronicle of Higher Education. Our place of a top Texas university as named by College Consensus and their latest rankings once again solidifies that TLU is making a positive impact among third party ranking systems and more importantly, the College Consensus data utilizes thousands of student reviews to measure their findings. So this new acknowledgement is yet another reason for us to celebrate the quality of a TLU education," said Ford.
The Top 5 colleges on the list include No. 1, Trinity University; No. 2, Rice University, No.3 TLU; No. 4, The University of Texas at Austin (UT) and No. 5, Texas A&M University, College Station. The list, known for creating similar rankings for all other states, goes on to recognize the overall Top 25 universities in Texas at CollegeConsensus.com.
Ford says because the ranking system is largely based on student reviews, it makes the recognition even more important.
"They looked at schools across the state and like I said, one of the main factors in their ranking is the student surveys and student reviews so that was something that we felt was rather unique and we were very happy with our place on the list because they were taking comments and reviews directly from our students," said Ford. READ MORE...