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In the category of best schools for education, U.S. News ranked Rutgers University 43rd overall and Montclair State University was 105th overall. The publication lists Nos. 196 to 255 by alphabetical order—New Jersey colleges appearing there were the College of St. Elizabeth and Rowan University.
In the category of best medical school, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Newark was ranked 70th overall and Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School New Brunswick was ranked 74th overall.
In the category of public affairs, Princeton University tied for 10th overall with New York University and the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Rutgers University-Newark ranked 34th overall for public affairs, Rutgers University-New Brunswick tied for 45th overall with the Georgia Institute of Technology, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Virginia Tech. Also from New Jersey, Rutgers-Camden ranked 90th, Seton Hall University ranked 131st, Fairleigh Dickinson University ranked 243rd, Kean University ranked 251st and St. Peter’s University ranked 263rd.