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Main Line News: Rosemont, USciences announce doctor of pharmacy partnership

Rosemont and USciences have announced a doctor of pharmacy partnership, Main Line Media News reported. Eligible students will study at Rosemont College for three years then have the option to apply and transfer to the USciences’ PharmD program.


Philly Voice: Swarthmore, eastern Pa. universities look good in new college rankings

USciences is ranked among the top 25 best colleges in Pennslyvania according to Niche,  The Philly Voice reported about the new ranking.   

"In the site’s statewide rankings for 2019, seven of the top 10 colleges in Pennsylvania are located in the eastern part of the state, including the rankings’ top two institutions, the University of Pennsylvania and Swarthmore College. (....) Temple University comes in at No. 14, Drexel University clocks in at No. 16, St. Joseph’s University ranks at No. 21, and University of the Sciences comes in at No. 23."


Lehigh Valley Live: Pa. colleges ranked by how much students eventually earn

USciences is ranked #1 in a list of Pennsylvania colleges ranked by how much students eventually earn. The U.S. Department of Education tracks this data. Its most recent analysis looks at 213 colleges in Pennsylvania. These include state schools, private institutions, trade schools, and community colleges.


The Intelligencer: BCCC partners with University of the Sciences for degree program

Biomedical science majors at Bucks can graduate and transfer credits to receive degrees from the physical therapy and pharmacy programs at the University of the Sciences, the Intelligencer reported.   


MONEY Magazine: USciences Ranked Among The Best Colleges For Your Money

USciences was ranked by Money Magazine on the list of the 711 Best Colleges For Your Money. The Philadelphia Inquirer broke down local colleges to determine the best return on investment.
      “In Pennsylvania, the colleges ranked highest for mobility are Lincoln, University of the Sciences, Temple, and Drexel, according to Money. Surprise: The University of Pennsylvania didn’t score well on mobility. Ranked for earnings, USciences again topped the state list, with an average annual salary of more than $95,000 after graduation, followed by Penn at $79,700; Lehigh at $76,700 a year; Carnegie Mellon at $76,200 a year; Villanova at $73,900; and Bucknell and Lafayette, both about $69,000 a year.”   
Nationally, USciences is 25th in Money magazine’s colleges that add the most value.  
Philadelphia Business Journal pulled the best colleges and universities, including USciences, from Money Magazine’s list of best colleges for your money.   


Philadelphia Business Journal: USciences Among Largest Online Degree Programs in the Philadelphia region

USciences was named to Philadelphia Business Journal’s list of Online Degree Programs. USciences was 21st on the list which is ranked by fall 2016 enrollment.


CEO Magazine: USciences MBA Named Tier One Program

USciences was once again named among CEO Magazine's Tier One North American MBA programs.  See the full listing from CEO Magazine.


The Metro: Which colleges have the highest paid graduates?

USciences has been ranked number 7 in the nation by the Department of Education for the median salaries of former students.

In the top spot of the Department of Education's recent rankings was Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-Shreveport, whose median salaries for former students stood at an impressive $186,500. USciences graduates earn an average salary of $95,800.

In fact, most of the top salaries went to schools offering medical, pharmacy and health science degrees.

The ranking was included in stories in The Metro and Philadelphia Business Journal.


Various media outlets: USciences alumni earn the highest post-graduation salary in the nation

Philadelphia Business Journal shared the College Scorecard’s list of schools with alumni earning the highest post-graduation salary. USciences ranks first in the region. “The impressive College Scorecard salary data demonstrate outcomes our students expect at University of the Sciences. They receive a rigorous education, quality training, and hands-on learning here,” said Dr. Patricia Vanston, vice president for business development and enrollment management at USciences. 

Read the Business Journal story here

The story was also published on NBC 10’s website.

Philly Mag also covered the rankings: USciences and Jefferson Grads Make More Money on Average Than Penn Grads, according to a story about the College Scorecard.

Fox 29 featured USciences in their Your Money segment on Friday in both the 4 and 5 a.m. hours, highlighting the average salary of our graduates. The $95,800 paycheck is the most in the Philadelphia region. Watch the segment here.

Penn's student newspaper The Daily Pennsylvanian also wrote about the College Scorecard rankings, highlighting the fact that USciences and Thomas Jefferson University grads out earn Penn grads, according to the data. According to the article, Penn administrators appeared unaware of the rankings.



Patch: USciences earns an A+ for value in Niche.com rating

USciences got a B+ grade in the Niche.com rating, referenced in a story on Radnor Patch. The grade was based on several indicators including academics, diversity, athletics, value, campus and party scene. USciences scored an A+ for value, an A- for diversity, a B+ for academics, and a B for party scene.