Like the Kiplinger’s ranking, the Princeton Review crunches many metrics—from tuition to financial aid to selectivity—in computing its best-value list. One major difference between the two rankings, however, is that only the Princeton Review figures in student opinion surveys along with hard numbers.
While the rising cost of college challenges everyone, it’s a comfort to see UT students rating their school as a top value.
The full set of rankings was posted today on the Princeton Review website.
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