Third Party Surveys

There are a lot of surveys that exist in the world. We have control over some of them. Others we do not.

How can you not control surveys? There is so much information available through public data that there are groups that can make their own rankings. These groups might rank SSU in a random survey based on incomplete information.

Most of the surveys are surveys we send data to as part of a secure data submission process that actively control. Examples of this type of survey include U.S. News and Worlds Report, Wintergreen, and many others.