Money Magazine Calls Molloy One of Nation’s “Most Transformative Colleges”

Molloy University has been ranked # 11 in the nation by Money magazine on its 2018-19 list of the "Most Transformative Colleges" in the United States. The rankings are part of the magazine's annual "Best Colleges" list.

The "transformative colleges" rankings were compiled using factors such as graduation rates, earnings of graduates and student loan repayment statistics.

The national distinction marks the third consecutive year that Molloy has been named one of the top schools in the nation by Money. In 2016 the College earned the # 1 spot on a list of "Value All-Stars." In 2017 Molloy was # 3 in the country for value, the only school in the nation to make the Top Three for two consecutive years.

"We are excited that, once again, Molloy has been named one of the best colleges in the nation," said Dr. Drew Bogner, Molloy's president. "This recognition is an affirmation of our commitment to our students. We not only provide them with exciting academic programs that lead to rewarding careers, we also help them develop the personal qualities that employers look for: a strong work ethic, communication and leadership skills, and a commitment to others, to name but a few."  

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