College remains among best values

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November 7, 2008

2:35 AM

The College of William and Mary remains one of the nation’s most valued among public universities, according to the latest ranking by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine. The College ranks fifth among the magazine’s 100 public universities that combine “outstanding economic value with top-notch education.” The report is based on data collected from more than 500 public, four-year colleges and universities, which are ranked based on admission rates, freshman retention rates, student-faculty ratios, graduation rates, cost and financial aid. The University of Virginia ranked third and Virginia Tech ranked 15th.

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