OU, OSU receive 'Best Value' honors for public universities from 2013 Princeton Review book

TULSA - Of all the schools in all the land, Oklahoma's rank among the best valued.

That's according to The Princeton Review's new book "The Best Value Colleges: 2013 Edition," released Tuesday.

The book, which compiled two top 75 lists of best public and private universities, included both Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma.

Undergraduate enrollment, in- and out-of-state tuition, level of academics and financial aid and debt were all factored into the publication's decision-making process.

OU averages just under $4,000 per semester, compared to $4,304 at OSU, the Review reports. But the average Oklahoma State graduate comes out much less in debt -- some $5,000 less, according to the report.



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