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  • The Princeton Review's 2014 Best Value Colleges

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    We chose our Best Value Colleges for 2014 based on data we collected from Fall 2012 through Fall 2013 via our institutional and student surveys. Broadly speaking, we weighted more than 30 data points covering academics, costs and financial aid.

    We also considered the percentage of graduating seniors who borrowed from any loan program and the average debt those students had at graduation. For more info, read our release or learn more about our best value colleges methodology.

    Top 10 Public Colleges
    Top 10 Private Colleges
    The University of North Carolina at Chapel
    Williams College
    New College of Florida
    Harvard College
    University of Virginia
    Swarthmore College
    North Carolina State University
    Yale University
    University of Michigan—Ann Arbor
    Princeton University
    University of California—Los Angeles
    The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
    University of Florida
    Vassar College
    College of William and Mary
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Truman State University
    Amherst College
    State University of New York at Binghamton (Binghamton University)
    Pomona College
    See more information for the Top 10 Best Value Public Colleges

    See ALL of the The 75 Best Value Public Colleges (alphabetically)
    See more information for the Top 10 Best Value Private Colleges

    See ALL of the The 75 Best Value Private Colleges (alphabetically)

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