FourFourSeconds.com – 4 Colleges and Universities in California, Ranked by Cost per Student article Four FourSeconds, a subsidiary of FourFourTHrees, announced on Tuesday that the flagship college of the University of Delaware has dropped out of the rankings for the 2016-2017 academic year.
According to the university, the move comes as the institution’s campus is undergoing significant renovation and construction projects to address the growing shortage of classroom space and classrooms that the university believes will increase the number of students and faculty that can be taught by 2025.
It will also help to reduce the need for additional classroom space for faculty and staff.
FourFourThree also noted that in order to remain competitive in the rankings, the University will continue to seek additional support from its partner schools in the future.
The rankings will be published by FourFourFour on Thursday.
The university will be followed by the California State University, Fullerton, in a tie for second place.
The university’s announcement comes on the heels of a report from the US News and World Report, which ranked the top five U.S. universities based on how much they cost per student, as well as the number and percentage of graduates.
Accordingly, the four-year university of Delaware will be ranked at No. 25 in the 2019-2020 edition of the College Board’s “Most Affordable College Rankings.”
The U. of Delaware’s campus, located on the western edge of the state, is situated on a peninsula that is known for its pristine beaches, rolling hills and waterfalls.