When it comes to college, many potential students choose a school where they can get the most for their money. Princeton Review this month released its 2020 list of best value colleges, which includes six institutions in Maryland.
A total of 200 colleges — 137 private and 63 public — made the list. The schools reflect 7% of colleges across the country and offer the best return on investment for students, according to the research.
Of the 200 schools included on the list, 75 received a nod for having the highest return on investment, including one in Maryland: Johns Hopkins University ranked No. 37 on the list of 75.
The following Maryland schools made the top 200. Schools were not ranked hierarchically.
- Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
- McDaniel College, Westminster
- St. John’s College, Annapolis
- St. Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City
- United States Naval Academy, Annapolis
- Washington College, Chestertown
Princeton Review chose schools based on a 2018-19 survey of administrators at 656 colleges. Survey topics covered academics, cost, financial aid, career services, graduation rates, student debt and alumni support.
To see the story by Elizabeth Janney as it originally appeared on Patch.com, click here.
Did someone forward this to you?
Get your own daily morning news roundup in your inbox. Free. Sign up here.