Truman Listed as one of “America’s Best Value Colleges”

Truman State University is being recognized as one of the nation’s best values by The Princeton Review “America’s Best Value Colleges” 2006 edition.

To produce the ranking, the New York-based education services company examined academic rating, financial aid rating, tuition GPA (or the real cost of college) and student borrowing of each school. Specifically, they looked at how each school stacked up against all the others in those four areas and the data they collected from the administrators at more than 350 colleges, and surveys of students attending them.

“Bottom line: the 81 schools that met our criteria for this book are all great college education deals,” said Robert Franek, vice president of publishing for The Princeton Review.

In addition, The Princeton Review lists Truman in the category Best in the Midwest.

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