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OXFORD, Ohio - Miami University and Ohio State are rated among the top 100 “Best Values in Public Values,” according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
Miami is ranked 54th and Ohio State 26th in value for in-state students. For out-of-state students, Miami is 48th and Ohio State 24th. The report features public colleges that deliver a quality education at an affordable price.
Kiplinger cites Miami’s four-year graduation rate (68 percent), total annual cost for in-state student ($25,949), cost after need-based aid for in-state student ($18,361) and average student debt at graduation ($27,817).
Here are averages for Ohio State:
➢ Four-year graduation rate: 53 percent;
➢ Total annual cost for in-state student: $21,135;
➢ Cost after need-based aid for in-state student: $12,340;
➢ Student debt at graduation: $26,409.
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