Rankings and Numbers

The University
#10
among the Best Hidden Ivy League universities in the nation
16
Nobel Laureates from among faculty and alumni
#18
Worldwide for innovation according to Nature Index
#42
among best universities in the nation
90
countries represented among the student body
The School
1st
competency-based curriculum in the nation for a school of social work approved by the Council on Social Work Education, founded in 1915
3
formats to earn the MSW degree: on-campus, intensive weekend and online
6
dual-degree options to pair your master’s with experience in public health, nonprofit management, law, business or bioethics and medical humanities
#9
school of social work, according to U.S. News and World Report (#1 in Ohio)
9
multidisciplinary research and training centers, including 3 Centers of Excellence, covering a range of specialties
30k+
volumes in the Harris Library, one of the few remaining professional social work libraries in the U.S.
The Faculty
2
faculty members listed among the top 2% most-cited researchers in the world from a list of 6 million scientists
11:1
student-faculty ratio, one of the nation’s lowest
10
endowed professorships, among the most of any school of social work in the nation
$18
million in research and training grant awards last year
22.2
average h-index for faculty, a measurement of research productivity and impact (compared to 6.34 for social work faculty nationally)
The Student Experience
4.27
average rating students give to professors in end-of-semester evaluations (out of 5)
$3.1
million annual economic impact of students’ field education placements
11%
13%
student participation in a study abroad course
32%
underrepresented minority students in the student body
93.2%
of recent grads employed or pursuing further education full time within six months of graduating
100%
on-campus students who received scholarship support last year
1,000+
field education agencies throughout the United States
9,000
alumni in all 50 states and 41 countries