A recent article published by U. S. News & World Report included Berea among selective colleges where students are eager to apply, be accepted and attend. The story named highly competitive colleges that are considered “high yield,” which refers to the percentage of accepted students who choose to enroll. The article specifically cited Berea College and the United States Naval Academy for high yields and no tuition, stating “Two liberal arts colleges with high yield figures – the Naval Academy and Berea College in Kentucky – provide a tuition-free education, easing the financial burden on students and their families as the cost of school continues to rise across the nation.” Read the full article here.
Students and families across America searching for an affordable college where they won’t end up with a mountain debt upon graduation can take a tip from U.S. News & World Report. In an article published on January 26, U.S. News cited 10 schools that help students keep college debt low, with Berea at the top of the list. Continue reading U.S. News & World Report Puts Berea at Top of List for Colleges with Least Student Debt →
Berea, KY (January 20, 2016) – During 2015, several national publications and websites recognized Berea College for its excellence in academics and as a significant value for students and their families.
Commenting of the rankings, Berea College President Lyle Roelofs stated, “We are gratified that Berea was recognized with strong rankings such as these. Our current students, alumni and donors also can take pride in knowing the school they attend and support continues to serve the public good by providing a high-quality education for talented, low-income students from Appalachia and beyond.” Continue reading Berea College Recognized for Exceptional Financial & Academic Value →