NGU in Top 5 Best Value Christian Colleges & Universities
Tigerville SC (January 30, 2017) Christian Universities Online (CUO) has released their ranking of the 50 Best Value Christian Colleges and Universities for 2017. North Greenville University is positioned fifth in the ranking based on net price and return on investment.
CUO has published the “Most Affordable” Christian Colleges and Universities taking the ‘Net Price’ into primary consideration. This ranking takes additional criteria into account to compile the Best Value – “return on investment” – among Christian Colleges and Universities.
The cost of a degree is steadily (or dramatically) increasing, and while overall “net price” is not insignificant, a better tool would be overall net value when considering higher education on a budget. It is with this in mind that CUO provides the 50 Best Value Christian Colleges and Universities for 2017.
Christian Universities Online (CUO) is an independent online resource for prospective students and their families researching Christian higher education. You will find rankings and reviews of the best Christian college and universities. CUO also understands that few decisions have greater financial impact than one’s educational choices, so they seek to provide information about Christian scholarships, financial aid, and reviews and rankings on the most affordable colleges and universities. Their goal is to provide as many resources as possible to students and their families that will help students not only find the right Christian school, but get into, pay for, and thrive at it as well.
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