NEW YORK – Baruch College ranked number one on the Wall Street Journal/College Pulse 2024 survey for having the best value of any university nationwide.
"Value is the top priority... the combination of a reasonable price, high-quality education and strong student outcomes," Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Baruch College Linda Essig told the Wall Street Journal.
Baruch College had the lowest net price - including federal financial aid, campus living costs, tuition, books, school supplies and additional fees - of just an estimated $7,744 for four years. The survey found it offered a $45,078 median salary boost after 10 years post enrollment. Consequently, a Baruch education payoff time was estimated to be about two months.
"Students come to Baruch to get a good education so that they can have a great career," says Essig.
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