February 3, 2015
by Bonnie Davis | firstname.lastname@example.org | 336.758.5237
Wake Forest is one of the nation’s “Best Value” colleges and universities according to The Princeton Review.
The 2015 list, which features 200 colleges and universities, was posted today on the website of The Princeton Review.
The Princeton Review developed a unique “Return-on-Education” (ROE) rating that measures 40 weighted data points – everything from academics, cost, financial aid, and student debt to statistics on graduation rates, alumni salaries and job satisfaction. The data was collected in 2013-14 from surveys of administrators and students at 650 colleges, plus surveys conducted by PayScale.com through April 2014 of alumni of the same schools.
Of the schools chosen in each category, the top 10 are ranked 1 to 10. All others, including Wake Forest, are listed alphabetically.
Providing increased support for students, regardless of their ability to finance their education, is a top priority of Wake Will: the Campaign for Wake Forest.
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