Baruch is Top Public College in Northeast for Value: The Princeton ReviewRanks #8 nationally on the “Top 50 Best Value Colleges” list; up seven positions from 2021 #19 Best Alumni Network
May 9, 2022
For the second consecutive year, Baruch College is the best public institution in the Northeast for value, according to The Princeton Review. Nationally, the College ranks #8—marking a seven-position jump from 2021.
With more than 160,000 members spread around the globe, Baruch College’s alumni network was also recognized as one of the top 20 by The Princeton Review.
In its 2022 “Top 50 Best Value Colleges,” The Princeton Review focused on three areas : stellar academics, affordable cost, and strong career prospects for graduates.
“Students who attend these schools don’t have to mortgage their future to pay for their degrees—and we believe they will graduate with great career prospects,” The Princeton Review said.
At-a-Glance (all rankings are among public schools):
- #1 Best Value College in the Northeast
- #8 Best Value College in the U.S.
- #15 Best Value Colleges Without Financial Aid
- #19 Best Alumni Networks
Recognized for Academic Excellence and Access
Baruch College is respected throughout the U.S. for providing rigorous academic programs affordable for students who have been historically under-served by higher education. Combining excellence and access, Baruch is a recognized leader in advancing the social and economic mobility for students.
The College consistently earns top regional and national rankings from prestigious organizations such as U.S. News & World Report, Washington Monthly, Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education.
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The Princeton Review selected 209 institutions for its 2022 lists based on data from surveys of administrators and students at more than 650 colleges across the country in 2020-21. The ranking analyzed more than 40 data points including academic offerings, cost/financial aid, career placement services, graduation rates, and student debt. The education services company also factored in data from PayScale.com surveys of alumni from the schools. Read more for a detailed explanation on the methodology.
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