San Antonio’s Hallmark University recently placed at the top of a New York Times list of San Antonio colleges that help their students make more money.
The New York Times study compared the income levels of incoming students against alumni at 2,000 colleges across the nation. The Times report looked at anonymous tax and tuition records of students in their mid-30s.
According to Hallmark’s president, Brent Fessler, the ranking shows that the college is doing a better job of attracting lower-income students.
“We have long believed that Hallmark’s model of student engagement, accountability, and character development greatly increases the accessibility for a more diverse student body to achieve their dreams,” he said in a news release. “And this report demonstrates that we’re having a great impact across a broad demographic.”