KSU ranked 17th nationally in degrees to African-American students


Kennesaw State University announced in a news release today that it was ranked 17th nationally in bachelor’s degrees conferred to African-American students, making the top 100 list again of colleges and universities in the U.S. that confer the greatest number of bachelor’s degrees to minority students.  The annual list, compiled by  Diverse: Issues in Higher Education was published in that magazine’s Aug. 23 edition.

Georgia State University, at number 3, had the best record of bachelor’s degree conferral to black students among Georgia colleges and universities. Georgia Southern University also made the list at number 20.

Last year KSU was ranked number 24.

In combined total ranking of minority degree conferral, which includes African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic, and…

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