Respond to this Article January/February 2002

The Other College Rankings

Charts to Accompany the Article

By Joshua Green

SELECT FROM THE FOLLOWING CHARTS:

The Top 20 Schools for Community Service

The Worst 20 Schools for Community Service

How U.S. News's Top Universities Fared

How U.S. News's Top Liberal Arts Schools Fared

Peace Corps Enrollment

ROTC Enrollment


The Top 20 Schools for Community Service
(Public 4 yr., at least $250,000 in federal aid)
Percentage of federal work-study funds used for community service
1. University of California-Riverside 51.0%
2. University of Texas-Dallas 49.8%
3. University of South Alabama 47.1%
4. California State University-Sacramento 44.5%
5. University of Nevada-Las Vegas 42.1%
6. Texas A&M University-Commerce 38.4%
7. Missouri Western State College 37.4%
8. University of North Carolina-Wilmington 37.0%
9. Kent State University 36.0%
10. Augusta State University 34.4%
11. Metropolitan State College of Denver 33.1%
12. University of California-San Francisco 31.8%
13. California State University-San Bernardino 31.3%
14. California Poly State University 29.7%
15. California State University-Fresno 29.5%
16. University of Iowa 28.8%
17. California State University-Stanislaus 28.1%
18. University of Tennessee-Memphis 25.8%
19. Iowa State University 25.7%
20. University of Arizona 25.6%

(Private 4 yr., at least $250,000 in federal aid)
Percentage of federal work-study funds used for community service
1. Florida Memorial College 59.2%
2. Case Western Reserve University 40.9%
3. Nova Southeastern University 38.4%
4. Antioch University 36.7%
5. University of the Pacific 32.3%
6. Bayamon Central University, Puerto Rico 31.8%
7. Radcliffe College 31.6%
8. Oberlin College 30.3%
9. Gonzaga University 28.6%
10. Golden Gate University 27.9%
11. Barry University 25.7%
12. Springfield College 24.9%
13. New York University 24.8%
14. Long Island University 24.1%
15. Baylor University 24.0%
16. Walla Walla College 22.8%
17. Stanford University 22.3%
18. Hofstra University 21.3%
19. Lewis & Clark College 21.2%
20. Simmons College 20.9%


The Worst 20 Schools for Service
(Public 4 yr., at least $250,000 in federal aid)
Percentage of federal work-study funds used for community service
1. Southern University-A&M College 0.6%
2. Central Missouri State College 1.2%
3. South Carolina State University 1.2%
4. University of Central Oklahoma 2.0%
5. University of North Texas 2.8%
6. University of Houston-University Park 3.2%
7. Mississippi Valley State University 4.0%
8. Tennessee State University 4.1%
9. Alcorn State University 4.3%
10. Texas Southern University 4.3%
11. University of New Orleans 4.4%
12. University of Texas-Pan American 4.4%
13. SUNY-Geneseo 5.0%
14. Jackson State University 5.0%
15. Indiana University of Pennsylvania 5.0%
16. Florida State University 5.0%
17. Southern Arkansas University 5.0%
18. St. Cloud State University 5.0%
19. Youngstown State University 5.0%
20. SUNY-Binghamton 5.0%

(Private 4 yr., at least $250,000 in federal aid)
Percentage of federal work-study funds used for community service
1. College of the Holy Cross .6%
2. George Fox University 1.1%
3. Midwestern University 1.7%
4. Warren Wilson College 1.8%
5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1.9%
6. Illinois Institute of Technology 2.3%
7. Worcester Polytechnic Institute 2.7%
8. Dickinson College 2.7%
9. Webster University 3.1%
10. The College of Wooster 3.5%
11. University of Notre Dame 3.6%
12. Monmouth University 3.7%
13. Butler University 3.8%
14. Eastern College 4.1%
15. Xavier University of Louisiana 4.2%
16. Lehigh University 4.7%
17. St. Bonaventure University 4.9%
18. Bellarmine College 4.9%
19. Pratt Institute 5.0%
20. Seton Hall University 5.0%


How U.S. News's Top Universities Fared
Percentage of federal work-study funds used for community service
Stanford University 22.3%
Emory University 13.8%
University of Pennsylvania 12.6%
Columbia University 12.5%
Harvard University 12.3%
Yale University 11.2%
Washington University 9.6%
California Institute of Technology 9.5%
Cornell University 9.1%
University of California-Berkeley 9.0%
Northwestern University 8.8%
Johns Hopkins University 8.5%
Duke University 7.9%
University of Chicago 7.6%
Rice University 6.6%
Princeton University 6.1%
Dartmouth College 6.1%
Brown University 5.7%
University of Notre Dame 3.6%
MIT 1.9%


How U.S. News's Top Liberal Arts Schools Fared
Percentage of federal work-study funds used for community service
Claremont McKenna College 19.7%
Colby College 18.7%
Washington & Lee University 17.6%
Amherst College 16.0%
Bates College 13.0%
Colgate University 12.6%
Swarthmore College 11.1%
Middlebury College 10.5%
Carleton College 10.4%
Williams College 9.9%
Davidson College 9.9%
Smith College 9.2%
Grinnell College 7.4%
Wellesley College 6.8%
Vassar College 6.3%
Pomona College 5.5%
Haverford College 5.5%
Wesleyan University 5.2%
Bryn Mawr College 5.0%
Bowdoin College 5.0%


Peace Corps Enrollment
(The schools that produced the most volunteers in 2001)
Large Schools (over 5,000 undergraduates)
University of Wisconsin-Madison 93
University of Colorado-Boulder 74
University of California-Berkeley 70
University of Texas-Austin 68
University of Oregon 67
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 65
University of Virginia 63
University of California-Santa Cruz 60
University of Washington 58
Pennsylvania State University 56

Small Schools (under 5,000 undergraduates)
Middlebury College 32
Tufts University 22
Colby College 21
Johns Hopkins University 19
Dartmouth College 19
Whitman College 19
University of Chicago 18
St. Olaf College 18
Willamette University 17
Smith College 17


ROTC Enrollment
(The schools with the highest annual enrollment)
Navy (for 2001)
Texas A&M University 313
The Citadel 209
University of San Diego 201
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 200
Purdue University 161
Villanova University 152
University of Colorado 130
Jacksonville University 127
University of Notre Dame 127
George Washington University 124

Air Force (for 2000)
Texas A&M University 512
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Fla. 413
Norwich University, Vt. 243
The Citadel 235
Brigham Young University 220
Embry-Ridde Aeronautical University, Ariz. 217
University of Arizona 19.6
Virginia Tech University 18.6
University of Washington 17.5
Washington State University 17.2

Army (for 2001)
The Citadel 805
Texas A&M University 688
University of Georgia 600
Virginia Military Institute 589
North Georgia College 502
Western Illinois University 415
University of Alabama-Birmingham 341
Norwich University, Vt. 322
University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 320
New Mexico Military Institute 318

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