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The worst value public colleges: Kiplinger’s list

By eCampus News staff and wire reports
January 2nd, 2013

Want a bang for your buck on your college tuition? Don’t go to these colleges! Warns the Huffington Post. Kiplinger’s, a finance website, recently ranked the public colleges that are the worst value for in-state students. Missouri University of Science and Technology was placed last of among the 100 colleges ranked. Why? The school’s average debt rate is a staggering $21,700 and the four-year graduation rate was only 21 percent…

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