A low student-faculty ratio indicates that students are getting more educational instruction for their dollar, a major selling point among colleges. Private Colleges With the Lowest Student-Faculty Ratios
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Private Colleges With the Lowest Student-Faculty Ratios

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With the cost of college continuing to rise, so too are the concerns parents have about whether their children are getting the most out of their education. A low student-faculty ratio indicates that students are getting more educational instruction for their dollar, a major selling point among colleges.
We highlight here the ten private universities and liberal-arts colleges that boast the lowest student-faculty ratios on our list of Best Values in Private Colleges 2010-11. The ratio reflects the number of full-time students divided by the number of full-time faculty members.

By Marc Wojno
December 2010
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