- One student surveyed by Fiske described the University as the “complete package.”
- Another said it has “competitive academics” with “challenging classes.”
- “In addition to being extremely bright and high-achieving, Stony Brook’s students are by far one of the most diverse of all student bodies on Long Island,” a Stony Brook senior said.
This recognition is the latest development in Stony Brook University rankings news. Most recently, Stony Brook was named the #5 most valuable public university by Consumers Digest; it was ranked #32 out of 484 four-year public institutions by The Business Journals; and ranked the #37 top four-year public college and university in the U.S. News & World Report “Top Public Schools Rankings” for 2016. It has also been named as one of the best value universities by The Princeton Review and named the 30th best value in public colleges for in-state students (33rd for out-of-state students) by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.