2017 Report Card: How Alums Grade Their Schools

Were business school faculty available for informal discussions and mentoring outside of class?

The resounding answer to this question? Faculty are incredibly available at the country’s best business schools. With an average of 9.21, no other question had a higher rating from alums. The lowest grade given was a B. And leading the way for the schools is Notre Dame’s Mendoza School of Business with an average score of 9.76. Following Notre Dame is Texas Christian University’s Neeley with a 9.68 and the University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business with 9.67. Christopher Newport University’s Luter School of Business in Virginia and Washington University’s Olin School tie for fourth with 9.65.

All told, 67 out of 82 schools earned an A or better on this prompt, with 15 racking up an “A+” and 52 earning an average of at least nine for a solid “A.”

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