Bryan College Ranked 4th Best College In Tennessee

By College Consensus

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Bryan College has ranked fourth in a Best Colleges in Tennessee for 2018 by College Consensus.  The College came in fourth behind Vanderbilt, Sewanee and Rhodes College.  

"This honor is very humbling for us,” said Dr. Stephen Livesay, president of Bryan College. “This is not only a testament to the hard work of so many, but also shows the relevance of our graduates as they begin their careers. They leave us ready for work."

The College Consensus rankings were determined by averaging results from respected college ranking systems with thousands of real student review scores from around the web to produce a unique ranking for each school in Tennessee, said officials. 

Bryan College scored a 53.5 publisher score and 77 student score for a 65.3 College Consensus score to finish fourth in the state. 

“The blessings we are receiving come at a pivotal time for Bryan College," said Dr. Livesay. "God has given us the means to provide new programs, infrastructure and equipment that will further our mission of educating students to become servants of Christ to make a difference in today’s world.  This is an exciting time for all of us at Bryan College. We are incredibly grateful for the support we’ve received and look forward to continuing to make a difference."



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