For the sixth straight year, New College of Florida has received praise from the Princeton Review, as the school came in at No. 2 in the group’s 2014 rankings of the “Best Value” public colleges in the country.
New College moved up one spot from last year’s rankings, which list the top 75 public and private American colleges based on their academics and affordability. New College has placed in the top three each of the past six years, one of only three public schools to make the top ten throughout that period.
“We’re pleased that Princeton Review recognizes that year after year, New College has provided an education of the highest quality, at a cost that is significantly lower than that of almost all of the country’s leading colleges and universities,” New College President Donal O’Shea said in a release.
The Princeton Review uses data provided by the schools, statistics on financial aid and debt incurred by graduates and surveys of students to compile its rankings. The full list of the top ten value colleges can be found at the group’s website.
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