#13 - Grad Education - Public Universities - College of Education - 2022

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Through a year unlike any other, with seemingly endless challenges, the UF College of Education has endured as a recognized leader in the field with expanding domain expertise. The college achieved a No. 13 ranking among public institutions in the U.S. News & World Report annual survey of America’s Best Graduate Education Schools, released Tuesday (March 30, 2021). Additionally, the college earned rankings in every applicable category among Specialty areas.

UF remains the top-ranked education college in the state and has solidified a standing in graduate education, with relatively unchanged rankings from the previous year—No. 13 among public education colleges and No. 24 among all, public and private, colleges of education. 

“Maintaining strong rankings during an incredibly challenging year is testament to the dedication of our entire college community,” said College of Education Dean Glenn Good. “Additionally, for every academic program in the college that is ranked by U.S. News to achieve highly favorable rankings demonstrates the increasing recognition of UF’s expertise, positioning the college for continued success for years to come.”