The University of Central Florida has earned another recognition as one of the nation’s “best value” colleges and universities.
The Princeton Review, one of America’s best-known education services and test-preparation companies, has joined Kiplinger magazine in selecting a UCF education as one of the best academic buys in the country.
The Princeton Review selected its 150 “best value” institutions—75 public universities and 75 private colleges—from a list of 650 schools it identified as having excellent academics.
Selection criteria included academics, cost of attendance, faculty-to-student ratio, graduation rates and estimated debt.
In December, Kiplinger announced that UCF ranked 42nd on its list of best college values in the country. Like The Princeton Review, Kiplinger selected colleges that combine excellent economic value with outstanding education and academic and financial support.