ATI is back on top as No. 1 in Community College Week's annual Top 100 report, after a one-year drop to the No. 2 slot.
ATI ranked first in the nation among two-year institutions in the number of degrees awarded in agriculture (pdf), agricultural operations, and related sciences, which includes horticulture and power equipment.
Community College Week compiles its lists from data collected by the U.S. Department of Education.
With the exception of 2011, when ATI ranked second, and 2007, when agriculture degrees were not ranked, ATI has held the top spot in all of the magazine's rankings of associate degrees in agriculture.
-- Frances Whited, ATI