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CSU ranked in top 10 best value colleges in Georgia

(Source: Columbus State) (Source: Columbus State)

(WTVM) – Columbus State University is earning a high grade on a recently published list for best value universities and colleges in the state of Georgia.

According to the website Best Value Schools, CSU ranked in the top 10 of its list of 30 best value colleges and universities in Georgia for 2015.

“This blend of quality and affordability is exactly what makes a “best value” university – after all, the best you could hope for in your college search is to stumble across a school that provides all the resources and academic options you need, but without breaking the bank,” the website says.

Here is the top 10:

  1. Georgia Tech
  2. University of Georgia
  3. Emory University
  4. Clayton State University
  5. Georgia State University
  6. Albany State University
  7. University of West Georgia
  8. Toccoa Falls College
  9. Columbus State University
  10. Kennesaw State University

The rankings are based on graduation rate, net price, acceptance rate, and 20-year net return on investment. You can check out the full list by clicking here

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