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[quote]U.S. News & World Report ranks UAHuntsville as a Tier I national university. U.S. News & World Reports, for 2013, ranked UAHuntsville as 184th among National Universities. In 2011, the Carnegie Foundation classified UAHuntsville as "very high" in the research category, making it one of an elite group of 73 U.S. public universities. UAH 2011 freshmen class's ACT score averaged 26.2, highest among Alabama's public universities. USA Today and Princeton Review ranked UAH as one of the top 50 educational values in the U.S.
Compared with similar-sized public universities (~7500 students), UAH ranks #1 in research expenditure in the nation (>$65million). UAH usually partners with surrounding government agencies, like NASA, the U.S. Army, other Department of Defense agencies and their associated contractors.
In 2009 National Science Foundation federal research fundings rankings, UAH had four programs ranked in the top 10 in the nation, and 14 programs ranked in the top 20. The top 10 programs include: #2 — NASA-funded R&D in computer sciences; #4 — DOD-funded R&D in social sciences; #8 — DOD-funded R&D in computer sciences and #9 — federally-funded R&D in aeronautical/astronautical engineering.