The 2017 Social Mobility Index (SMI) identifies US colleges and universities that are committed to advancing economic opportunities for low-income students. CollegeNET salutes those top-ranking schools, and we’re excited to join in social media celebration.
2017 Social Mobility Index Identifies Universities that are Providing Low-Income Students w/ Educational Opportunity https://t.co/x8Bfohe8BW— CollegeNET (@CollegeNET) October 30, 2017
WSSU ranks No. 9 in U.S. on @CollegeNET 2017 #socialmobility index. https://t.co/MMU11CC4wl #WSSUNews— WSSU (@WSSURAMS) October 31, 2017
According to @CollegeNET, @CSULB graduates are movin' on up! #socialmobility @csulbalumni https://t.co/iPV0hkVV8G— CSULBImpact (@CSULBImpact) October 26, 2017
All 23 CSU campuses ranked in the top 25% of @CollegeNET's Social Mobility Index: https://t.co/nv71GM3eb0. pic.twitter.com/M72OdQcJ7P— The CSU (@calstate) October 24, 2017
This morning @CollegeNet, Inc. ranked @BaruchCollege #1 on the SMI for the 3rd year in a row! #BaruchCollege pic.twitter.com/VdP9lZCSEO— Baruch Weissman (@Baruch_Weissman) October 24, 2017