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Princeton Review Ranks 6 Md. Schools Among Best-Value Colleges

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.

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.

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