Palm Beach Atlantic University climbed five spots in the respected U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2019 edition. The University placed 52nd among the best universities in the South in the rankings released September 10.
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The 2019 ranking places Palm Beach Atlantic tied with Coastal Carolina (South Carolina), Columbia College (South Carolina) and Wingate University (North Carolina) in the top tier of regional universities in the South.
“As we enter our 50th year, PBA celebrates the vision of our founders whose dream to establish a Christ-first university in South Florida has flourished producing outstanding graduates who are leaders in their workplaces and in their communities” said President William M.B. Fleming, Jr. “We look forward to another banner year with strong enrollment and sound financial footing.”
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