Forbes College Rankings 2011

Following are the top performers in the Forbes College Rankings 2011:

Texas Woman's University (TWU) - It is ranked among the top 20 percent of all undergraduate institutions in the United States by Forbes Magazine in 2011. Among Texas universities, TWU is ranked ahead of the University of North Texas, the University of Texas-Arlington, Texas State University and the University of Texas-San Antonio.

Edgewood College - It has been named to Forbes Magazine's Best Colleges List for 2011. This marks the first time the College has been so honored. The ranking includes the top 20 percent of the nation's undergraduate colleges (650 in all) prepared for Forbes by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity (CCAP) in Washington, D.C.

Wofford College - It is ranked among the top 75 colleges and universities in the country, 73rd overall and the highest-ranked South Carolina institution in the rankings. In addition, Wofford is ranked 14th among the “Best Colleges in the South”.

Murray State University (MSU) - It has appeared among the top colleges, scoring above any other Kentucky public regional university since the ranking list began. MSU is the only Kentucky public school included as a “Best Buy,” and has been for the three years Forbes has ranked this particular category.

Louisiana Tech University - It has been ranked among the best institutions in Louisiana, according to Forbes' 2011 America's Best Colleges Rankings. It is rated as the top university in the University of Louisiana System (ULS) at 494th and second only to Louisiana State University at 442nd amongst all of Louisiana's public institutions. Louisiana Tech also ranked 131st among institutions in the southern United States and 171st of Research Universities.

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