The university is again included in Money Magazine’s “Best Colleges for Your Money” 2017 edition.
The list includes 711 colleges and universities chosen from among 2,400 across the nation. The ranking combines educational quality, affordability, and alumni success. It considers the cost of attendance, merit and need-based aid provided to students, and alumni earnings after graduation.
Stockton is also ranked seventh nationally, and first in New Jersey for Public Masters Universities in the Eduventures 2017 Student Success Ratings.
A national higher education research firm, Eduventures compared predicted student retention and graduation rates with the actual rates using criteria that also included academics, affordability and social factors.
“Our top rankings in this performance measure are a validation of Stockton’s value to students and parents,” said Harvey Kesselman, President of Stockton University. “This independent research firm confirms our belief that a Stockton degree becomes more valuable each and every day for our graduates.”
Money Magazine's Best Colleges For Your Money 2017 can be found at: http://time.com/money/best-colleges/rankings/best-colleges/
More information on the Eduventures ratings can be found at: Eduventures 2017 Student Success Ratings
For more information about Stockton University, visit Stockton.edu.