A national publication's list of “The Best Colleges for Your Money” includes a pair of Indiana schools in the top 100. Money magazine ranked nearly 670 four-year institutions in the U.S. based on 17 factors. Close to 20 schools from the state are included on the inaugural list. Factors involving quality of education, affordability and outcomes were considered.

The Indiana colleges and universities are:

20. University of Notre Dame

76. Purdue University-Main Campus

129. Earlham College

134. DePauw University

169. Indiana University-Bloomington

173. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

214(t). Valparaiso University

214(t). Wabash College

223. Indiana Wesleyan University

328(t). Marian University

328(t). Saint Mary's College

400. Taylor University

409. Goshen College

419(t). Butler University

419(t). University of Evansville

445. Anderson University

465. Ball State University

586. Hanover College

604. Bethel College-Indiana

Source: Money

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