15 Schools That Could Benefit From The Government Rating Colleges

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Published on February 21, 2014

Author: TheMotleyFool

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President Obama has suggested the government will created a system for rating colleges by 2015. These are 15 school that fit the systems requirements.

15 Colleges That Could Benefit From President Obama’s Ratings System

15. University of California – Davis Strongest based on President’s criteria: Access • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 63% – Average percent of need met: 80% Source: UC Davis website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $14,000 – Out-of-state: $37,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 53% – Starting salary: $47,000

14. University of Florida Strongest based on President’s criteria: Affordability & Access • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 37% – Average percent of need met: 78% Source: University of Florida website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $6,000 – Out-of-state: $29,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 64% – Starting salary: $46,000

13. Georgia Institute of Technology Strongest area on President’s Criteria: Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 38% – Average percent of need met: 65% Source: Georgia Tech website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $11,000 – Out-of-state: $30,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 34% – Starting salary: $59,000

12. Colorado School of Mines Strongest based on President’s Criteria: Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 33% – Average percent of need met: 61% Source: Colorado School of Mines website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $16,000 – Out-of-state: $32,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 35% – Starting salary: $64,000

11. University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign Strongest based on President’s criteria: Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 36% – Average percent of need met: 62% Source: University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $15,000 – Out-of-state: $30,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 69% – Starting salary: $51,000

10. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Strongest area on President’s criteria: Access • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 42% – Average percent of need met: 100% Source: UNC Chapel Hill website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $8,000 – Out-of-state: $30,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 77% – Starting salary: $43,000

9. University of California – Los Angeles Strongest on President’s criteria: Access & Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 53% – Average percent of need met: 83% Source: UCLA website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $13,000 – Out-of-state: $36,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 71% – Starting salary: $49,000

8. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Strongest area on President’s criteria: Access & Affordability • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 32% – Average percent of need met: 82% Source: New Mexico Tech website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $6,000 – Out-of-state: $17,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 17% – Starting salary: $53,000

7. California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo Strongest based on President’s criteria: Affordability & Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 30% – Average percent of need met: 60% Source: Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $9,000 – Out-of-state: $20,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 28% – Starting salary: $53,000

6. SUNY Maritime College Strongest area on President’s Criteria: Affordability & Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 36% – Average percent of need met: N/A Source: SUNY Maritime College website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $7,000 – Out-of-state: $17,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 24% – Starting salary: $59,000

5. Missouri University of Science & Technology Strongest based on President’s criteria: Affordability & Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 55% – Average percent of need met: 64% Source: Missouri S&T website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $10,000 – Out-of-state: $25,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 27% – Starting salary: $59,000

4. Purdue University – West Lafayette Strongest based on President’s criteria: Access & Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 31% – Average percent of need met: 85% Source: Purdue University website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $10,000 – Out-of-state: $29,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 40% – Starting salary: $52,000

3. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Strongest area on President’s Criteria: Access & Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 29% – Average percent of need met: 85% Source: University of Michigan website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $14,000 – Out-of-state: $40,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 76% – Starting salary: $51,000

2. Texas A&M – College Station Strongest based on President’s criteria: Overall • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 36% – Average percent of need met: 70% Source: Texas A&M University website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $9,000 – Out-of-state: $25,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 49% – Starting salary: $50,000

1. University of California – Berkley Strongest area on President’s criteria: Access & Outcome • Access: – Percent receiving need-based scholarship or grant aid: 53% – Average percent of need met: 81% Source: University of California – Berkley website • Affordability: – In-state tuition: $14,000 – Out-of-state: $25,000 • Outcomes: – 4-year graduation rate: 71% – Starting salary: $52,000

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