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Sixth in the West: CSUF Moves Up in Top Public Universities in the West

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Sixth in the West

CSUF Moves Up in Top Public Universities in the West

Cal State Fullerton has moved higher on U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges" annual ranking — from No. 10 to No. 6 — among "Top Public Schools: Regional Universities (West)."

The university shares the ranking with two of its sister campuses: Cal Poly Pomona and Cal State Chico. The category highlights public institutions that award bachelor's and master's degrees, but few doctorates, if any.

In the magazine's broader "Best Regional Universities (West)" category, incorporating both public and private institutions, Cal State Fullerton moved up to No. 33 from No. 37, along with CSU Chico and CSU Pomona.

Rankings are based on peer assessment, graduation and retention rates and faculty resources, as well as student selectivity, financial recourses and alumni giving.

Harvard, Princeton and Yale University are the top three institutions, respectively, in U.S. News & World Report's list of the nation's "Best National Universities," which ranks only those institutions offering doctoral degrees.

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