Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Best Value Colleges and What It Takes to Get In (College Admissions Guides) by Princeton Review

Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Best Value Colleges and What It Takes to Get In (College Admissions Guides)

Book Title: Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Best Value Colleges and What It Takes to Get In (College Admissions Guides)

Publisher: Princeton Review

ISBN: 0804125880

Author: Princeton Review


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YOU NEED GREAT RETURN ON YOUR COLLEGE INVESTMENT. College costs more than ever these days. That's why we at The Princeton Review have worked to expand our wildly popular "Best Value Colleges" list into this comprehensive guidebook, using our unique "ROE" (Return-on-Education) rating to winnow out the absolute best-value colleges for inclusion! Inside, you'll find detailed profiles of these 200 best-value schools and learn what it takes to get into them.

Great Education at a Great Price
• 200 schools that offer average grants of over $22,600—plus 9 tuition-free schools
• Top-value picks based on ROE (Retun-on-Education) rating, which weighs 40+ data points, including academics, cost of attendance, financial aid, and statistics on graduation rates, alumni salaries, job satisfaction

Unique Ranking Lists
• Lists of the top 20 schools with the Best Alumni Network, Best Career Placement,
Top Financial Aid, and more
• Unique ROE rating for each school, with the Top 50 ranked by rating
• Lists of the highest-paying majors and great schools that offer them

Valuable Career Information from Payscale.com
• Starting and mid-career salary information for graduates of each school
• Job satisfaction ratings from college alumni—and whether they would recommend
their alma mater

With the 2015 edition of Colleges That Pay You Back, you'll get everything you need to find a school with quality academics, reasonable tuition, and great financial aid. Remember: No one knows colleges like The Princeton Review!