Rankings & Reviews

EARN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE FROM A TOP-RANKING INSTITUTION

TOP RANKED AMONG NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES

Earning a degree from Creighton University’s College of Professional Studies is about more than a degree. It’s about transforming your future through a top-notch education from a premier university, rooted in academic excellence and the Catholic and Jesuit traditions.

Creighton University ranks in the top third of U.S. News & World Report’s rankings for National Universities. This marks Creighton’s inaugural appearance on the prestigious list of approximately 1,900 four-year colleges and universities nationwide. A top-ranking National University classification marks an elevation in Creighton’s reputation. For 16 years in a row, Creighton had been recognized as No. 1 in the Midwest category.

Universities in this category are recognized by U.S. News & World Report for offering a full range of undergraduate majors, plus master’s and doctoral programs, as well as for producing groundbreaking research.


TOP 40 ONLINE BACHELOR’S PROGRAMS

Through our online programs in Leadership and Healthy Lifestyle Management, you can earn your bachelor’s degree without having to set foot on campus. Completing an online program doesn’t mean compromising on the quality of your education. These outstanding programs led to our recognition as one of the Top 40 Universities for Online Bachelor’s Programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.


TOP RANKED FOR VETERANS

We do all we can to help military students make the most of their education benefits at Creighton. From tuition discounts to our participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program, we’re committed to supporting and teaching those who serve. It’s why U.S. News & World Report ranked us a top national university for veterans.


LISTED AS ONE OF THE NATION’S BEST COLLEGES

Year after year, the Princeton Review has recognized Creighton University for our outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs. 2020 is no exception as Creighton University was once again named in the Princeton Review’s guide to the Best 385 Colleges.