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Stevens Named Best Value College by The Princeton Review

Stevens also ranked in the publication’s Top 20 Career Placement list

The Princeton Review named Stevens Institute of Technology to its list of Best Value Colleges for the fifth consecutive year. Stevens also ranked No. 17 on The Princeton Review’s Top 20 Career Placement (Private Schools) list.

Schools that made the Best Value list scored highest on the publication’s Return on Investment (ROI) ratings, measured using more than 40 data points covering academics, affordability, and career preparation and outcomes.

The Career Placement list was based on student ratings of career services at their school, as well as on’s salary information for alumni. With more than 97% of the Class of 2022 achieving their desired outcome of employment or graduate school — for women graduates, it’s an astounding 99% — at an average starting salary of $84,700, Stevens’ high ranking comes as no surprise.

“The success of our students speaks for itself — this year’s career outcomes are just one of many accolades that reinforce that a Stevens education is worth the investment,” says Stevens’ Vice President for Enrollment Management Dr. Cindy Chin. “Our students show industry and graduate schools that the learning they gain while at Stevens, inside and outside of the classroom, prepares them well for their professional career paths and life after graduation.”

Stevens also places No. 10 on The Princeton Review’s College City Gets High Marks list and remains on the Best Northeastern, Colleges That Create Futures, Green Colleges and The Best 388 Colleges lists.