Top 10 Best Values for College
So, high school seniors. Are you getting worried about how you will pay for college? Wondering if it’s really worth the tens of thousands of dollars (hundreds of thousands?!?!) you are planning to invest?
Well, then, you should definitely check out the USA Today‘s Best College Value Report. The schools were chosen based on undergraduate academics, costs and the percentage of seniors graduating with loans — and how much loans they had.
Check out the list of top 10 public best value schools here (you may need to sign up for a free online membership).
- University of Virginia
- City University of New York – Hunter College
- New College of Florida
- Florida State University
- University of Colorado – Boulder
- State University of New York at Binghamton
- University of Georgia
- Virginia Tech
- Texas A&M
- University of Oklahoma
While getting a good deal on college can go a long way toward answering that “is it worth it” question, you might still need a few other tricks up your sleeve, too. Keep reading this blog for more on how to save money for college (529 Plan vs. ESA, anyone?), how to cut costs, and how to max out on scholarships.