UNC-Chapel Hill places in the top ten of The Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges
Carolina ranked second on the list of public universities for financial aid and was named the No. 7 best value public college.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is listed as one of the top 10 public universities for value by The Princeton Review.
The college admissions service company ranked 650 academic institutions, dividing them into public and private categories.
The Princeton Review takes many factors into its return-on-investment ranking. The more than 40 points of data it considers cover topics such as academics, financial aid, debt, graduation rates and career/salary information. Scholarships play a significant part in the affordability factor.
Carolina ranked second on the list of public universities for financial aid and was named the No. 7 best value public college. In addition, Carolina is listed as No. 12 among public universities for making an impact based on student survey responses to questions about community service opportunities, student government, sustainability efforts and on-campus student engagement
Carolina was also recently ranked No. 2 out of more than 600 schools on Money Magazine’s “Best Colleges in America” list and has been ranked fifth among public universities by the U.S. News and World Report for 21 consecutive years.