-Source-USAToday- Where can you get the most value for your college dollar? According to U.S. News & World Report among national universities that would be at Princeton. The names at the top of the 2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings are the ones you expect to see but for students and parents who have the ballooning cost of higher education on their minds two measures may stand out. This year for the first time the schools were evaluated based on how well they enroll and graduate low-incomestudents. The report also breaks out the colleges where students get the best value for their money after need-based grants kick in. A tip for students who could use some financial help to attend college: Study hard and aim high. At Princeton University which is ranked at the top overall among national universities for the eighth consecutive year the cost of attending for a year can come down to $15585 including tuition fees room and board and other expenses. Thats discounted from a total of $66950 after need-based assistance is applied. Harvard which ranked second in value is slightly more expensive once need-based assistance is considered at $15996 compared to total costs of $69600 for a year. As for the colleges where low-income students fare well the University of California-Los Angeles snagged the No. 1 top public school spot among national universities thanks to that new metric according to U.S. News which pointed out that five of the top public schools are in California including the University of California-Santa Barbara in fifth place and the University of California-Irvine in seventh.
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