A university's rankings, accolades and acknowledgements help to illustrate its overall quality and value.
We hope this information helps prospective students, parents, school counselors, STEM educators and employers make informed decisions about applying to, enrolling in, or in another way partnering with Florida Tech. Browse the stories below to learn more about the reasons behind Florida Tech's ever-growing reputation as a research university of value and excellence.
US News: Florida Tech a Top National University
Florida Tech’s inclusion in the top tier universities in the United States is its 9th consecutive appearance in the influential guide for prospective students and their families.
Florida Tech Earns High Marks in Wall Street Journal Ranking
Florida Tech is among the top 50 universities in the Southern U.S. and an elite university nationally, according to the new rankings.
Chronicle of Higher Ed: Florida Tech Among Fastest Growing Universities
In its annual Almanac 2018-19 edition, the Chronicle said Florida Tech’s 36 percent enrollment growth between fall 2006 and fall 2016 was 16th most in the nation.
Florida Tech Lauded in 2019 Fiske College Guide
“It comes as no surprise that some of the most cutting-edge work in space and water-related sciences happens here,” the guide’s says about Florida Tech.
PayScale 2018 Survey: Florida Tech Again Among Best for ROI
With a 20-year net ROI for graduates of $510,000, Florida Tech was in the the top 8 percent of more than 1,460 colleges and universities surveyed.
Florida Tech Shines as ‘Golden Age’ University in New Rankings
Times Higher Education, the respected, UK-based provider of data and analytics on higher education, has recognized Florida Tech in its latest Top 200 list.
Florida Tech a Top University, According to New World Rankings
The list from the Center for World University Rankings, considered the largest academic ranking of global universities, examined 18,000 colleges and universities from around the world.
Florida Tech Receives Women’s Choice Award
The university was one of just 300 colleges and universities nationwide among more than 1,500 eligible institutions to receive the distinction.