Four Hoosier institutions are being recognized on The Princeton Review’s list of best value colleges. The rankings are comprised of schools that have what the publication calls strong academics, affordable cost and strong career prospects for graduates.
The Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges for 2020 is based on data from fall 2018 through fall 2019. The information comes from institutional and student surveys as well as alumni career and salary statistics.
The publication considered 656 schools and chose the top 200 as the Best Value Colleges 2019. the Indiana schools that made the list include:
- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, ranked 20
- Wabash College, ranked 26
- Purdue University (West Lafayette campus), ranked 49
- University of Notre Dame, ranked 71
“This ranking demonstrates what we already know: It takes the entire Wabash community to identify influential internship and employment opportunities for our students,” said Wabash College Dean for Professional Development Steven Jones. “To receive such lofty national recognition is both a reason to celebrate and encourage more tenacity and focus from our students as the competition for outstanding opportunities intensifies.”
To connect to the full list of best value colleges, click here.