Drew makes the selective list for third straight year
April 2021 – Drew University has been named to The Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges list for the third consecutive year.
The publication’s 2021 list includes 200 schools that offer the best returns on investment to their students.
The Princeton Review’s return-on-investment rating is compiled based on methodology that takes more than 40 data points— covering academics, affordability, and career preparation—into account.
“The colleges that we designate as our ‘Best Values’ this year are truly a select group: they comprise only about 1.2% of the four-year undergraduate institutions in the U.S.,” said Rob Franek C’93, editor-in-chief of The Princeton Review, in a press release.
“These exceptional schools differ in many ways, yet they are alike in that all offer outstanding academics and excellent career services. As important to today’s college applicants and their parents: These colleges have a comparatively low sticker price and/or generous financial aid offerings,” he added.
In their most recent round of rankings, The Princeton Review ranked Drew among the best colleges in the nation on their 2020 list, noting top 20 praise from students in their theater and inclusion categories.