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Taylor Makes Money Magazine’s Best Colleges For Your Money List

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Taylor University is ranked in Money Magazine’s newest college survey Best Colleges For Your Money. The nationwide survey weighs the average SAT/ACT scores of students, the price they pay, the numbers of students receiving financial aid or merit grants, and the average income for graduates in the early portion of their career.

Taylor was ranked 199th among the 711 public and private colleges and universities that made the list from around the United States, and was fourth among fellow private colleges in Indiana and CCCU (Council for Christian Colleges and Universities) schools.

“This ranking by Money Magazine recognizes both the investment in potential and results realized by Taylor University students and is yet another validation of the value of a Taylor degree,” said Stephen Mortland, Taylor’s Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing.

“There are a number of college surveys that attempt to measure the breadth and value of the college experience,” he added. “In each one, whether it is a measurement of retention and graduation rates, the numbers of incoming freshmen from the top percentage of their respective classes, the social impact they make, or the broad scope of international travel and study opportunities provided to our students, Taylor University continues to excel, regardless of the criteria.”

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