York College has been included in several recent online rankings with recognition for the outstanding value the college offers, as well as specific program excellence.

WalletHub, a website devoted to helping consumers make good financial decisions, rated all of the colleges and universities in Nebraska on seven key categories: student selectivity, cost and financing, faculty resources, campus safety, campus experience, educational outcomes, and career outcomes. Using this metric, York College was ranked number six out of 33 colleges and universities in Nebraska.

AffordableColleges.com ranked York College Online’s Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction at number 14 in the nation for value. For this ranking, they looked at the length of time it took students to complete the program, graduation rates, financial aid, and tuition costs to determine which programs in the United States are truly the best value, not simply feature lowest-tuition up front. On their 10 point scale, the program at York College earned a 7.44 value score, placing them above much bigger programs such as the University of Colorado Denver and West Texas A&M University.

Best Degree Programs ranked York College Online’s bachelor’s in psychology program at number six in the nation among private nonprofit colleges for affordability and quality. This ranking reflects York College’s reputation as well as value, as only schools that had previously been included in major publications like Forbes magazine, The Princeton Review, and U.S. News and World Report, were considered for the ranking.

"We are honored to hear about these rankings," said Dr. Kirk Mallette, dean of York College Online. "There are many excellent programs out there and for us to achieve this recognition is wonderful! God is blessing our efforts as we fulfill our mission of transforming lives through a Christ-centered education."