2016 Top 300 Best College Values

The following are some of the colleges that have been included in the Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s list of the Top 300 Best College Values of 2016:

University of Florida - Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has ranked the University of Florida 2nd among the nation’s top public universities and 1st in Florida on its 2016 list of best college values.

Pitzer College - Pitzer was ranked in at 32nd in the Best Values in Liberal Arts category, 51st overall among private and public colleges and universities in the country.

University of Massachusetts Amherst - UMass Amherst was rated as the 56th best value for Massachusetts residents and 62nd for out-of-state students. It is the seventh straight year that UMass Amherst has made the list.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln - The university was ranked No. 75, joining 12 other Big Ten schools on the annual list. UNL was rated No. 68 in 2015, and No. 83 in 2014. The university also was included in the Top 300 best values among all colleges and universities.

Pepperdine University - It was ranked 41st out of 100 public and private four-year American institutions of higher education in the Top 100 Values in Private Universities category, 10 spots above its 2015 ranking of number 51. Pepperdine was also ranked 142nd out of 300 in the full 2016 Kiplinger’s Best College Values list.

Western Washington University - Kiplinger’s magazine ranked Western 89th on its list of the 100 Best Values in Public Colleges for 2016. The university has appeared on the list multiple times. It was ranked 91st on the list for 2015; 93rd on the list in 2014; ranked 74th in 2013 and 81st in 2012.

Siena College - The College was ranked 186th among all colleges and earned the 82nd spot on the magazine’s list of 100 best values in Liberal Arts Colleges.