Amer­ica’s Best-value Schools

Forbes - - Sportsmoney Top Colleges Scorecard -

WHICH UNI­VER­SI­TIES give stu­dents the big­gest bang for their tu­ition dol­lar? To com­pile our rank­ing of the na­tion’s best-value col­leges, we weighed tu­ition cost against five fac­tors, in­clud­ing grad­u­ate earn­ings and dropout rate. There are some sur­prises here (the Univer­sity of Florida and Ge­or­gia Tech rank highly), as well as ap­pear­ances by the ex­pected (Har­vard, MIT, Prince­ton). For the full list of the top 300 schools na­tion­wide, go to forbes.com/value-col­leges.

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