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Tool | December 2014

Kiplinger's Best College Values

SEE ALSO: College Finder Map| SPECIAL REPORT: College Rankings, 2015

Sort and compare the top 100 values in liberal-arts colleges. Use the arrows at the top of any column of data to rank any list of colleges by cost and financial-aid measures. For more information on a particular college, click the college's name.

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Liberal Arts Colleges

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* Percentage of all undergraduates without need who received non-need-based aid.
† - Fewer than 15 students who received non-need-based aid.
§ - All students admitted receive a 4-year tuition scholarship of $23,400 for the 2014-15 academic year.
†† - After publication, Franklin & Marshall College alerted us that the $74,284 amount it reported as total cost per year overstated the amount by $12,285. The actual cost is $61,999. That figure would have moved Franklin & Marshall into the top 100 on our All Colleges list and the top 50 in our liberal arts list.
SOURCE - Peterson's Undergraduate Database. © 2014 Peterson's/Nelnet LLC. All rights reserved.