Kiplinger Ranks UGA #10 in Best Public College Value

Georgia moved up five spots, the magazine says.

The University of Georgia moved from its 2013 slot at #15 to #10 in Kiplinger's ranking of the Best Public Colleges for the money. 

The website says:
"Georgia jumped five places in our rankings this year, thanks to improved test scores and a more competitive admission rate. It has one of the highest yields in our top ten: Nearly half of students who earn acceptance letters choose to enroll, and 94% stick around after the first year Financial aid is generous, cutting Georgia’s $20,424 total cost to less than $12,000 for in-state students. Students graduate with less than $20,000 in debt. Residents with stellar high school records can qualify for the Hope Scholarship, which covers a portion of tuition."

Ahead of Georgia were UNC-Chapel Hill, University of Virginia, University of Florida, The College of William and Mary, UCLA, University of Michigan, University of Maryland-College Park, University of Wisconsin-Madison, UC-Berkeley.


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