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Princeton Review ranks UNC best value in the nation


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranks first among the nation’s public universities in The Princeton Review’s list of the 2014 “Best Value Colleges.” The Princeton Review ranks schools based on its analysis of more than 30 data points with cost data reflecting school-reported figures for 2013-2014. (UNC.edu)

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