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University of Maryland Ranked Among Top 10 Best Values

University of Maryland Ranked Among Top 10 Best Values

The University of Maryland has been ranked ninth in the nation in Kiplinger's 2008-2009 100 Best Values in Public Colleges ratings. This marks Maryland's highest ranking ever by Kiplinger. In last year's rankings, Maryland was ranked 28th. The previous best was 15th, in 2006. The ranking pertains to the university's in-state tuition fees.

Kiplinger's Top 15:

1. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
2. University of Florida
3. University of Virginia
4. University of Georgia
5. College of William & Mary
6. State University of New York at Geneseo
7. State University of New York at Binghamton
8. New College of Florida
9. University of Maryland
10. University of California, San Diego
11. University of Washington
12. University of California, Berkeley
13. University of California, Los Angeles
14. University of Wisconsin, Madison
15. Virginia Polytechnic Institute

October 29, 2008


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