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Jess Tilley ID# 700256358 Taste Testing Colleges: The best value for your money Going to an Ivy League school seems like a stretch for most especially when it comes to selectivity and cost. You’ll find it refreshing to know that those are the schools that about 50% of tuition is covered by grants for academic achievement, etc. That percent defrays the cost a tremendous amount. If Ivy League isn’t what you’re looking for but a good education for a great price is, then the Princeton Review would be a good place to begin your research. Truman State University in Missouri is ranked #2 under America’s Best Value Colleges. Out-of-State tuition is $10,400 and it is one of the best colleges in the Midwest. This school is a liberal arts and sciences college and is a private institution. If a great value with traditional views is what you are after, then Brigham Young University may be a good choice for you. While 90% of the student body is Mormon, that has a positive affect of other students because it is a “dry” university,
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course LEAD 101 taught by Professor Helfman during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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