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Area universities land on Money magazine 'Best College' list

Renatta Signorini
| Monday, July 24, 2017, 12:42 p.m.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Carl Prine | Trib Total Media
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Several area universities were named among Money magazine's best colleges for the cost in the annual rankings released this month.

The magazine evaluated 711 universities and colleges nationwide based several factors including cost, graduation rate, alumni success and educational quality.

In order of ranking: Carnegie Mellon University, Waynesburg University, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh main campus, Washington & Jefferson College, Duquesne University, Westminster College, Carlow University, St. Vincent College, Robert Morris University, Geneva College, Chatham University, Seton Hill University, California University of Pennsylvania, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and La Roche College.

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