Berea College once again tops the list of “Best Value Colleges” in the nation in The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education (THE) 2021 College Rankings. Berea’s no-tuition model contributed to its No. 1 best-value ranking.
To determine the best value among the top 250 schools WSJ/THE divided each institution’s overall score by its net price, which includes the total cost of attending a school, such as tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, minus federal or institutional financial aid that doesn’t have to be repaid. Students who don’t receive any aid aren’t included in the calculation. The College ranked No. 144 overall, climbing from l55 last year.
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The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education have named Berea College the best value institution in the United States. Continue reading Wall Street Journal Names Berea the Best Value College in U.S. →
Berea College tops Kiplinger’s list of the best-value private colleges where students pay less than $20,000 a year. In determining the ranking, Kiplinger cited Berea College’s generous financial aid and commitment to providing an education to students with limited financial resources. Berea College “trumps all the others [with] the remarkable deal it offers every student,” the ranking notes. Continue reading Kiplinger ranks Berea College the nation’s “best-value private college under $20K” →