2019 Money Magazine "Best Colleges For Your Money" ranking

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Aug 16, 2012
2,394
1,197
743
57
#1
I normally do not put much weight in these as I am a proponent of "you get out what you put in", but any time the Orange and Black is on a list well above those 60 miles to the south....I smile just a little bit.

Rank based on median SAT/ACT, cost without aid, cost with average grant, percentage of students who get grants, average student debt, and early career earnings.

Full list
http://money.com/money/best-colleges/

B12 and a few others
TAMU 18
Rice 24
Texas 28
ISU 108
Oklahoma State 293
TTU 302
KSU 308
CU 352
SMU 357
TCU 372
NU 393
OU 432
KU 437
MU 469
WVU 493
BU 515
 

llcoolw

Territorial Marshal
Feb 7, 2005
6,574
3,435
1,743
Sammamish, Washington.Dallas, Texas.Maui, Hawaii
#2
This is where we need a wtf emoji. I thought it was a bit much when I paid my way through. When my daughter started in 2015, she got out of state tuition waiver for good grades. I cannot complain at all at the education she received and job placement immediately upon graduation. OSU has got their sh$t squared away very well. Better than 293 in value in my book.