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The Top 10 Bang For Your Buck Schools Of 2016

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College is ‘spensive. It’s a wonder that anyone gets out from under the crippling pressure of debt that can accompany a degree. Yeah, there are scholarships and all that, but it still isn’t ideal. However, according to the Huffington Post, out of 705 schools on the list, these are the top 10 schools that will give you the best bang for your buck.

10. Stanford University

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $65,300

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $22,000

Average student debt: $12,224

Early career earnings: $68,800

9. University of Virginia

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $28,100

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $12,000

Average student debt: $19,500

Early career earnings: $55,400

8. Cooper Union

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $62,800

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $22,200

Average student debt: $17,570

Early career earnings: $63,200

7. Amherst College

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $66,600

Estimated price for 2016-17 with aid: $18,000

Average student debt: $11,186

Early career earnings: $53,400

5. Brigham Young University, Provo (tie)

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $18,500

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $14,700

Average student debt: $11,000

Early career earnings: $51,800

5. University of California, Berkely (tie)

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $35,700

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $25,300

Average student debt: $14,667

Early career earnings: $60,300

4. Rice University

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $58,600

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $24,300

Average student debt: $8,413

Early career earnings: $63,700

3. Harvard University

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $64,800

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $18,900

Average student debt: $19,500

Early career earnings: $54,500

2. University of Michigan

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $28,100

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $14,300

Average student debt: $22,000

Early career earnings: $59,000

1. Princeton University

Estimated price for 2016-17 without aid: $61,300

Estimated price for 2016-17 with average aid: $20,100

Average student debt: $6,810

Early career earnings: $62,800

BRB, transferring to Harvard. What, like it’s hard?

[via Huffington Post]

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Ali Hin

A born and raised Jersey girl, she can always be found covered in sand and pizza sauce. Her personal brand is "that girl." She prefers wine in bottles because she thinks outside of the box. Send fan mail to sratbroTSM@gmail.com or by smoke signal.

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