The University of Tulsa is honored to be one of the nation’s best value colleges for providing outstanding education with supportive career preparation at an affordable price, according to the Princeton Review. The college admission and education services company recognized TU as one of The Best Value Colleges 2020.
TU earned this title from 2018-19 data collected from institutional and student surveys across the nation. A survey of alumni career and salary statistics from PayScale.com was also conducted and included as part of the selection process.
The Princeton Review used more than 40 data points to calculate return on investment (ROI) ratings and selected 200 featured schools from over 650 U.S. colleges and universities. Factors included academics, costs, financial aid, student debt, graduation rates, alumni salaries and job satisfaction. TU emphasizes student success by empowering a diverse campus population to become leaders in their chosen careers.
Out of the 656 schools considered, TU is privileged to be among the 200 chosen as Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges 2020. Providing exceptional and affordable academic programs that support student success post-graduation is a key goal and aligns with the university’s mission.