Manhattan College Named As One Of The Top 100 In Kiplinger's Best Value in Private Colleges Survey

Manhattan College was among 600 private institutions surveyed measuring academic quality and affordability.

Manhattan College was recently named as one of the top 100 private universities in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Best Value in Private Colleges’ survey.

Manhattan College was among 600 private institutions surveyed measuring academic quality and affordability. From the 600 private institutions, the survey analyzed private universities and liberal arts colleges separately, and Manhattan College was listed as No. 87 out of 100 private universities recognized for having the best value in the United States.
 
In the quality section of the survey, which accounted for two-thirds of the total results, SAT and ACT standardized test scores, application, admission and graduation rate, and the student-to-faculty ratio were used to determine a college or university’s best value. Total financial cost, average student debt at graduation, and percentage of financial aid provided are a few of the key areas evaluated in the affordability section of the survey.
 
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine released the rankings in the December issue, which was available on newsstands on Nov. 9. For a complete list of the online rankings, visit http://www.kiplinger.com/reports/best-college-values/.