Brandeis named 'Best Value College' by Princeton Review
Brandeis University once again has been named one of The Princeton Review's list of “Best Value Colleges” for 2012. The list was announced today, Feb. 7.
This year’s list of 150 institutions—75 private and 75 public—is based on surveys of administrators and students at 650 colleges and universities across the county. The surveys gathered data in three areas: academics, cost of attendance and financial aid.
Robert Franek, senior vice president and publisher at Princeton Review, commended the institutions on the list “for all they are doing to keep costs down…while maintaining excellent academic programs."
The complete list, with information about all of the schools, is available on a special section on the USA Today website.
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