StudentsReview ™ :: Top English School Ranking in New York

-or-
Search for Colleges by Region
 

or within distance of city





  Who's got the Best (variable)?

Perceptual Rankings:
You Make 'Em.
We Post 'Em.
You Vote 'Em Up.
You Vote 'Em Down.
Aww yeah.


Best English Programs in New York

Careers in English: English Salary, Satisfaction, Unemployment, English Salary Trend
Create your own Custom Ranking:
Major:
Gender:
Intellect:
From:
 →   
 →   
 →   
 →   
2,752 surveys match
Save this Ranking

(access it easily later)

 
From Surveys Matching: English

#UniversityProgCreaUsefFund#Svys
Rating
1
Columbia University in the City of New York  
9.48.69.17.710
A- 8.3
2
Marist College  
9.09.28.98.611
A- 8.2
3
Vassar College  
9.69.29.19.06
A- 8.1
4
Dowling College  
10.09.49.69.84
B+ 8.0
5
Bard College  
8.99.38.78.88
B+ 7.9
6
Fordham University  
8.57.88.18.022
B+ 7.9
7
Sarah Lawrence College  
9.37.59.38.38
B+ 7.9
8
State University of New York - New Paltz  
9.38.59.16.96
B+ 7.7
9
Hobart William Smith Colleges  
9.29.09.49.25
B+ 7.7
10
Cornell University  
9.89.69.09.23
B 7.3
11
Barnard College  
9.69.68.99.23
B 7.3
12
State University of New York College - Geneseo  
8.37.68.17.79
B 7.2
13
State University of New York Binghamton  
8.57.45.56.29
B 7.0
14
Colgate University  
8.27.27.99.07
B 6.9
15
St John's University New York  
10.010.010.010.02
B 6.9
16
City University of New York John Jay College of Criminal Justice  
10.010.09.610.02
B 6.9
17
University of Rochester  
8.37.67.56.47
B 6.9
18
Manhattanville College  
8.58.17.05.36
B 6.8
19
Pace University - New York  
8.78.38.78.84
B 6.8
20
Siena College  
7.76.06.06.211
B- 6.4
21
New York University  
7.06.76.37.411
B- 6.1
22
St Lawrence University  
9.110.08.78.62
B- 6.1
23
Hamilton College  
6.97.17.47.18
B- 5.9
24
College of New Rochelle  
8.09.67.37.23
B- 5.9
25
Hartwick College  
7.07.56.85.87
B- 5.8
26
Wells College  
9.37.39.28.52
B- 5.8
27
State University of New York Purchase College  
8.09.07.98.03
B- 5.8
28
Elmira College  
7.36.06.76.87
B- 5.8
29
Ithaca College  
8.79.29.28.92
B- 5.8
30
City University of New York Hunter College  
6.87.26.56.08
C+ 5.7
31
Marymount Manhattan College  
8.48.77.42.43
C+ 5.7
32
Skidmore College  
6.97.08.47.16
C+ 5.7
33
State University of New York - Oneonta  
7.27.46.33.26
C+ 5.6
34
Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts  
7.78.07.03.34
C+ 5.6
35
Marymount College of Fordham University  
8.59.09.08.72
C+ 5.5
36
Nazareth College  
7.36.67.97.24
C+ 5.4
37
State University of New York College - Plattsburgh  
8.67.57.58.92
C+ 5.3
38
College of Staten Island CUNY  
8.67.17.18.22
C+ 5.2
39
Yeshiva University  
7.87.76.83.13
C+ 5.1
40
Manhattan College  
8.59.26.93.12
C+ 5.1
41
State University of New York - Albany  
7.05.75.46.35
C+ 5.1
42
Houghton College  
7.88.28.17.62
C 4.8
43
City University of New York Queens College  
7.68.98.96.82
C 4.8
44
Hofstra University  
6.46.45.43.95
C 4.7
45
Le Moyne College  
6.66.06.85.74
C 4.6
46
Molloy College  
7.17.69.59.52
C 4.4
47
Syracuse University  
6.29.27.79.22
C- 3.9
48
Alfred University  
4.98.16.18.53
D+ 3.4
49
Stony Brook University  
5.13.02.91.97
D+ 3.3
50
LIU Post  
5.62.13.55.43
D 2.6

 

About this College Ranking

This is a dynamic ranking. 
Programs: 50
Creativity: 12
Usefulwork: 5
FundingUse: 4

Read more: How rank is computed

 

English Major unemployment rate

_EnglishAll Majors
Unemployed%5%7
Minimum Wage%4%4
All Others%91%88
More: Unemployment for all Majors *** not counting stay at home parents *** not counting those currently in grad school

Are things going well in English?

Going Well%87
Not Going Well%13
More: All Majors Satisfaction ??? This is a social "life satisfaction" question. Overall, would people who graduated with a degree in English say that their life is going well? It could be interpreted in terms of stress, salary, long hours, future prospects, etc. *** not counting those currently in grad school

Graduates who stayed in English

Still in Field%56
Got out%44
More: All Majors Still in field ??? A high "got out" percentage can be interpreted a couple of ways -- for instance, perhaps the major is a great stepping stone to becoming a totally different career -- like a doctor. Or perhaps the jobs one gets with the major just aren't that great. *** not counting those currently in grad school

StudentsReview Advice!

• What is a good school?
• Statistical Significance
• How to choose a Major
• How to choose your Career
• What you make of it?
• How Ivy League Admissions works
• On the Student/Faculty Ratio

• FAFSA: Who is a Parent?
• FAFSA: Parent Contribution
• FAFSA: Dream out of reach

• College Financial Planning
• Survive College and Graduate
• Sniffing Out Commuter Schools
• Preparing for College: A HS Roadmap
• Talking to Your Parents about College.
• Is a top college worth it?
• Why is college hard?
• Why Kids Aren't Happy in Traditional Schools
• Essential College Tips
Ah, college. Considered by many to be the time of a young person's lif... more→
• Cost of College Increasing Faster Than Inflation
According to NPR, the cost of college... more→
• For parents filling out the FAFSA and PROFILE (from a veteran paper slinger)
Just so you know, filling out these forms is a lot more than penciling... more→
• How to choose the right college?
My name is Esteban Correa. I am currently a second year INTERNATIONAL ... more→
• Create The Right Career Habits Now
Getting ahead in your career can be easier if you make the choice to b... more→

• Senior Year (Tips and experience)
It's the end of junior year and everyone is anticipating the arrival o... more→
• Informational Overload! What Should I Look For in a College or University?
We are in an instant information age, where you can find almost anythi... more→
• Personality Type and College Choice
Personality type is something very important to consider when deciding... more→
• A Free Application is a Good Application
As a senior finishing her scholastic year, I feel that it is my duty ... more→

• College Academic Survival Guide
The leap from high school to college academics is not an insignificant... more→
• Getting Involved: The Key to College Happiness
As a tour guide, the absolute, most frequently asked question I got wa... more→
• Choose a Path, Not a Major
Unless you're one of the fortunate souls who's already found their cal... more→
• The Scoop on State Schools
A recent college graduate, I vividly remember touring campuses as a p... more→

• The Purpose of a Higher Education
You are one of the millions of people this year applying for admission... more→
• The Importance of Choosing the Right College Major (2012)
One of the most important academic choices you'll make while in colleg... more→
• How to choose a college major
I was not sure what college major to choose. When you are in your late... more→
• How to guarantee your acceptance to many colleges
Are your grades are not what you think they should be from high school... more→

• Nailing the College Application Process
College applications seem to always be put on top of students procrast... more→
• What to do for a Successful Interview
Interviews seem to become more commonplace in every facet of life as o... more→
• I Don't Know Where to Start (General College Advice)
Preparing for college is a difficult time for every student and it?s o... more→
• Attitude and Dress Code for an Interview (General College Advice)
An interview is something we all have to go through when we get a job... more→

• Starting College (General College Advice)
College is a huge milestone in your life. You?ve seen the castle like ... more→
• Boston Apartment lease: Watch out!

Are you a student and about to sign the very first lease in your li... more→