Safest Colleges in the Country- San Ramon Realtor Jason Kerner

Safest Colleges in the Country

by San Ramon Realtor Jason Kerner

Many of our children will be accepting college invitations over the next few months.  Acceptance letters are being sent out in a fury and our youths have hard decisions to make about the next 4 years of their life.  To add to the complexity of selecting the perfect school, parents want to make sure their children are safe at college.  How do safety rankings impact college choices?

Safe Colleges has just released their Safest College Campus in the US statistics.  California has a host of schools that would make parents happy.  The highest ranking California college is # 13 Cal State San Marcos.  #44 UC Irvine also appears in the top 50 safest colleges in the US.  Here is the complete list of California’s top-ranked safest schools.

  1. Cal State San Marcos (13)
  2. UC Irvine (44)
  3. Cal State Fullerton (59)
  4. Cal State Dominguez Hills (67)
  5. UC San Diego (71)
  6. Cal State East Bay (75)
  7. Cal State LA (83)
  8. UC Davis (85)
  9. Cal State Northridge (87)
  10. San Jose State University (90)
  11. San Diego State University (97)
  12. Cal State Long Beach (101)
  13. Cal Poly Pomona (106)
  14. Sacramento State University (127)
  15. UC Santa Barbara (151)
  16. UC Riverside (161)
  17. UC Los Angeles (162)
  18. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (163)
  19. CSU Chico (164)
  20. Fresno State University (186)
  21. Cal State San Bernardino (196)
  22. UC Berkeley (209)
  23. San Francisco State University (220)
  24. UC Santa Cruz (234)

Does This Impact College Choices?

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is an award-winning district.  We are high achievers with incredibly talented and academic students.  Our schools offer cutting-edge programs in engineering, technology, and science.  Will your family be discussing college safety this Spring?  If so, feel free to use this ranking from

Empty Nesters

Many of us will be making housing changes after our children go off to college.  Using the equity built in our homes and the desire to downsize are always appealing goals.  Maybe retirement is coming soon or traveling more becomes a priority?  If you are one of the many looking to find a new home, give me call.  I will be happy to help make your transition easy and profitable.