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Wake Forest named ‘best value’

By Cheryl Walker ('88) Office of Communications and External Relations
20100608quad4326

Wake Forest was named to The Princeton Review’s annual list of “Best Value Colleges,” published today.

The Princeton Review 2013 “Best Value Colleges” highlights 150 undergraduate schools: 75 public and 75 private institutions, based on more than 30 data points covering academics, cost and financial aid.  In each group, The Princeton Review ranks the top 10 schools. The remaining 65 schools in each group are reported in alphabetical order, unranked.

The Princeton ReviewBest Value Colleges” list is based on data gathered from institutional and student opinion surveys conducted from Fall 2011 through Fall 2012. The surveys were conducted at 650 colleges and universities Princeton Review considers the nation’s academically best undergraduate institutions.

The 2013 “Best Value Colleges” list is published on princetonreview.com and USATODAY.com

Wake Forest is one of three North Carolina schools included on the private schools list.

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