Friday, September 20, 2019

(Santee, Ca) San Diego Christian College has been ranked #9 in the top ten Best Christian Colleges and Universities by the College Consensus, ranked #15 in the top 25 Best Online Christian Colleges and Universities and is holding strong at #14 among Regional Colleges West, according to The U.S. News and World Report.


SDCC also ranked #9 for social mobility and holds one of the top five diversity indexes for Regional Colleges West with an index of .68. The closer a school’s number is to one, the more diverse the student population. SDCC’s score of .68 is a reflection the college’s Multicultural Committee’s effort to increase awareness and appreciation for our diverse community.

SDCC is a four-year liberal arts college committed to investing in students who are eager to learn, create, grow and shape their worldviews through the intentional integration of faith, service, and learning inside and outside the classroom.  Both students and alumni are impacting their culture through careers in business, healthcare, aviation, education, global missions and many other fields around the world.

“I believe SDCC is doing an outstanding job preparing students for the workforce. Our students are performing with a high degree of excellence in the marketplace and it is something that sets our graduates apart when pursuing their careers,” San Diego Christian College President, Dr. Kevin Corsini, said.

The impact of SDCC can be seen locally and globally. From scholar athletes, to community service and global missions, the college handprint can be seen impacting and influencing all spheres of life through the service-based education method.

“SDCC is doing some great work in both local and international outreach. Our students are engaged in serving the community in San Diego and helping to meet real needs of real people. Our faculty, staff and students are also traveling overseas to care for the most vulnerable people groups and provide for their essential needs,” Dr. Corsini said. “As a faith-based college, our faculty are committed not only to the education of our students but to their lives as well. It is this deeper level of relationship on campus that helps equip our students to make an impact both in their community and in their career.” 

The U.S. News rankings are considered the most notable of the annual published college rankings. The U.S. News has analyzed more than 1,800 colleges and provides nearly 50 different types of numerical rankings and lists to help students narrow their college search. The rankings evaluate colleges and universities on 16 measures of academic quality such as graduation and retention rates, faculty resources and financial resources.


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