Dear Campus Community:
The U.S. News & World Report graduate program rankings were released today. Although we can debate the methodology, these rankings are remarkably visible both nationally and internationally. I am pleased to share that the UofM now has seven graduate programs ranked nationally (some programs are ranked every other year) including: Audiology (17), Rehabilitation Counseling (21), Speech-Language Pathology (24), Health Care Management (47), Clinical Psychology (102), Social Work (123) and Law (140). Please join me in congratulating the faculty, staff and students in these programs for their hard work and well deserved recognition.
As you know, we are continuing our efforts to broaden national exposure and recognition
for the exceptional educational value offered at the UofM, both undergraduate and
graduate. We look forward to not only growing the number of nationally recognized
and ranked programs, but also moving up in the rankings year after year.
M. David Rudd
President | Distinguished University Professor