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Carolina #1 academic value among public campuses for 13th time in a row

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

UNC-Chapel Hill ranks as the number one value in American public higher education for the 13th consecutive time, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. Since 1998 Kiplinger’s has periodically ranked public universities based on how they combine excellence and affordability; Carolina has been first every time. The new ranking appears in the February issue, posted today. (UNC.edu)

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