University of Michigan Ann Arbor ranked Best Value College in annual study
U-M tops the chart of Best Value Colleges for the fourth year in a row
ANN ARBOR, Mich – University of Michigan Ann Arbor has once again been ranked first for the fourth consecutive year by SmartAsset.
In its fifth annual Best Value Colleges study, SmartAsset looked at higher education institutions across the United States and within each state.
Rankings were determined by five factors: average tuition, average student living costs, average scholarship and grant offerings, retention rate and the average starting salary of graduates.
Based on these factors, SmartAsset assigned each school an index ranking.
Other schools considered Best Value Colleges included Michigan Technological University, Michigan State University and Oakland University.
The top ten schools in Michigan are:
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Michigan Technological University
Michigan State University
University of Detroit Mercy
Ferris State University
Lawrence Technological University
Wayne State University
Western Michigan University
An interactive map of the best value colleges in the state, as well as how factors were weighed within the study, can be found here.
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