Every year, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine names its “Best Values in Private Colleges,” and every year, Baylor makes the list. This year is no exception, as Baylor comes in among the nation’s top 50 (out of nearly 600 schools in the study).
In fact, when one focuses on the more affordable options among these best values, Baylor looks even better. BU comes in at No. 27 on the list when sorted by total cost (tuition, fees, room and board, and books).
We know Baylor’s not inexpensive. But as a graduate, I can say it’s definitely worth it, and as a graduate, I’m proud to see Baylor doing its best to make the university more affordable for future students and their families. I’m glad to be able to play a part in Baylor reaching the $100 million goal of The President’s Scholarship Initiative; are you with me?
Sic ’em, Bears!