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25 Best Value Universities Ranked by BestValueSchools.com

Best Value Schools website has just released a free article that ranks 25 Best Value Universities in the United States according to return on investment.

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The online education resource Best Value Schools has just released a ranking of 25 Best Value Universities across the United States. The article ranks affordable universities in the nation according to low average student debt and high-quality education. Web users can search BestValueSchools.com and find dozens of cheap universities and colleges to consider.

Data recently published by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York has current student loan delinquency rates at an all-time high, and many college students are searching for the cheapest schools in an effort to avoid student debt. The article about 25 Best Value Universities on BestValueSchools.com is intended as a helpful guide for college students and parents to find cheap universities that offer the best return on investment: http://www.bestvalueschools.com/25-best-value-universities/

Best Value Schools used a number of factors to rank the 25 low-debt universities, including data about public and private colleges published by Kiplinger's as well as College ROI Rankings published by salary specialists at PayScale.

Below is a complete list of 25 Best Value Universities as ranked by BestValueSchools.com:

  1. California Institute of Technology

  2. University of Notre Dame

  3. Princeton University

  4. University of Pennsylvania

  5. Rice University

  6. Vanderbilt University

  7. University of California Berkeley
  8. 
Brown University
  9. 
College of William and Mary

  10. DeVry University-North Brunswick New Jersey

  11. Brigham Young University
  12. 
University of Virginia

  13. California State Polytechnic University

  14. University of Washington

  15. University of California Los Angeles

  16. Binghamton University (SUNY)

  17. Loyola University Baltimore
  18. 
University of Wisconsin Madison

  19. University of Florida
  20. 
California State University Long Beach

  21. University of Richmond

  22. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

  23. Appalachian State University

  24. Drury University

  25. University at Buffalo (SUNY)

To learn more about BestValueSchools.com or the article about 25 Best Value Universities, please visit: http://www.bestvalueschools.com

About: BestValueSchools.com is a web resource to find affordable colleges and universities in the United States. The site contains free information that compares dozens of top U.S. colleges and universities for best return on investment. Best Value Schools ranks the best schools in the nation according to high-quality degree programs and low average student debt.

Media inquiries regarding Best Value Schools may be directed to Paul Church at 484-945-2742 or email.

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