Fairfield University Makes Two Major Top 10 lists
Teddy DeRosa, firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-254-4000 ext. 2118
Fairfield University is buzzing with the news of their latest Top 10 college rankings by TIME’s Money Magazine and The Accounting Path.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (August 25, 2015) — In a report published this week, TIME’s Money Magazine named Fairfield University among the “10 Great Colleges That Don’t Care About Your SATs.” Also described as "Money’s best-value schools where test scores are optional,” the article emphasizes the excellence of a Fairfield education, giving Fairfield a “Value-added Grade A.”
Additionally, Fairfield’s Master of Science in Accounting program was included in the Top 5 AACSB accredited programs in New England by The Accounting Path, an information website for students interested in accounting careers. With the program's small class sizes, the article recognizes Fairfield as a University that allows close relationships with professors and classmates, prepares students for success on the CPA exam, and targets the "Big 4 employers” for graduates.
Fairfield’s SAT test-optional admissions policy allows prospective students to be assessed on all measures of academic success, as well as curricular and extra curricular achievements. According to Karen Pellegrino, Fairfield University’s Associate Vice President and Dean of Enrollment, approximately 25 – 30% of the university’s applicants and 35 – 40% of enrolled students choose not to submit SAT test scores.
Fairfield’s Master of Science in Accounting program is a full-time program that allows student to finish their MSA in one year, with time off to take portions of the CPA exam, or intern in public accounting. For more information, please contact Mark Ligas, Graduate Program Director, at email@example.com.
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Fairfield University is a Jesuit University, rooted in one of the world’s oldest intellectual and spiritual traditions. More than 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students from 36 states, 47 foreign countries, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are enrolled in the University’s five schools. In the spirit of rigorous and sympathetic inquiry into all dimensions of human experience, Fairfield welcomes students from diverse backgrounds to share ideas and engage in open conversations. The University is located in the heart of a region where the future takes shape, on a stunning campus on the Connecticut coast just an hour from New York City.
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