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A new ranking from Money magazine puts Princeton University at the top of the "Best Colleges for Your Money" list. The magazine ranked 727 schools using factors like graduation rates, tuition, and more.
According to Money, 100% of students with need get grants from the university and the average student debt is only $7,500. Early career earnings for Princeton alumni are listed at $53,800.
Other New Jersey colleges that made the list include TCNJ (34), Rutgers University-New Brunswick (65), Ramapo (113), Seton Hall (292), and Caldwell University (648). My alma matter, William Paterson University, is ranked 491.
See how all the colleges ranked here.