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West Virginia University came in at 170th place on the latest U.S. News & World Report ranking of national universities released Sept. 10. Marshall University ranked 39th among regional universities in the South.

Several schools were ranked among regional colleges in the South. They were:

Wheeling Jesuit University, 6th

West Virginia Wesleyan College, 14th

University of Charleston, 19th

Ohio Valley University, 27th

Davis & Elkins College, 44th

Alderson Broaddus University, 46th

Concord University, 47th

West Liberty University, 60th

Glenville State College, 71st