U.S. News and World Report magazine has released its 2014"America's Best Colleges" edition with Minnesota schools ranked highly in various categories.
Hamline University ranked 11th among 147 universities in the Midwest region of the Best Regional Universities category.
Other Minnesota schools in the Best Regional Universities category include St. Kate's (tied for No. 13), Bethel University (tied for No. 21), Augsburg College (tied for No. 26), College of St. Scholastica (No. 33) and Concordia University (No. 92).
The University of Minnesota was tied for No. 69 among top national universities, which are ranked by their range of undergraduate majors, master's and Ph.D. programs and research initiatives.
Here's how Minnesota schools stacked up on each ranking:
69. University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
112. St. Thomas University
13. St. Kate's
33. College of St. Scholastica
42. University of Minnesota-Duluth
75. Minnesota State University-Mankato
83. St. Cloud State
LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES
52. St. Olaf
76. St. John's
94. St. Ben's
TOP 10 NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES
6. University of Chicago
8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
9. University of Pennsylvania
10. California Institute of Technology