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The College of the Holy Cross ranks No. 7 on Money Magazine’s list of “Small Colleges,” No. 15 on its list of “Most Transformative Colleges” and No. 42 overall on the publication’s list of “Best Colleges for Your Money,” in 2018.
According to Money Magazine, a subsidiary of TIME Inc., 727 colleges and universities nationwide were ranked based on 26 factors in three categories: quality of education, affordability and outcomes. The rankings employed some of the nation’s top experts on education quality, financing, and value, which resulted in “a uniquely practical analysis.”
The publication highlights Holy Cross’ 92 percent graduation rate, “21 percent higher than expected based on its student body,” and its value add, as factors that help Holy Cross students “do far better than would be expected from their academic and economic backgrounds.”
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