Rollins College has been named a Best Value School by University Research & Review for its academic quality, accreditation, student satisfaction, and cost to attend.
Rollins College has been named a Best Value School by University Research & Review Board, a prestigious group of former university presidents, CEOs, provosts, and professors dedicated to improving the process of how students select a college.
Rollins was selected for the designation from almost 8,000 U.S.-based postsecondary schools for its combination of cost, accreditation, variety and quality of academic programs, and student satisfaction.
The College earned the award through a rigorous process conducted by a combination of researchers and former college presidents and university CEOs.
“Our committee prides itself on combining our extensive experience, knowledge of postsecondary education, and insight into what provides students with good value when selecting a Best Value award recipient,” said University Research & Review Board Founder Joseph Schmoke. “We hope current students and alumni take pride in this honor, and anyone searching for a quality, reasonably priced college education strongly considers Rollins.”
Rollins will retain the Best Value School designation for one year. Award recipients must re-qualify every year.