UH Celebrates Remarkable Ascent in National Rankings
27 Sep 2023
Release by University of Houston
The University of Houston has made a giant leap — from No. 91 to No. 70 — in the list of the 2024 Top Public Universities by U.S. News & World Report. With this rapid ascent, UH is significantly closer to realizing its vision of becoming a top 50 public university, a reflection of its relentless commitment to student success, cutting-edge research and community impact.
“Our progress is not just about numbers; it's about the positive, lasting impact we have on our students and the broader community.”
"This remarkable climb in the national rankings in just one year is a testament to our shared vision and the determination of the UH community," said UH President Renu Khator. "Our progress is not just about numbers; it's about the positive, lasting impact we have on our students and the broader community. Our students deserve the best education, and our city and state deserve a top-notch public university.”
In addition to moving up 21 spots as a top public university, UH improved its rank as a leader in supporting social mobility, ranking No. 31 in the nation, up from No. 45 last year. UH’s overall ranking improved 48 spots to No. 133 among all national universities — public and private universities that offer a full range of undergraduate majors as well as master's and doctoral degrees