The City Beautiful is continuously recognized as the top place to live and learn across Florida — and among the top three nationally.
The rankings consider academic, economic and social factors to determine the nation’s best places to live and learn.
The organization considered factors such as affordability, low student debt, graduation rates and job placement efforts when making its selections.
Students who want discounted course materials can choose to ‘opt-in’ if they’d like to participate.
The university also is among the nation’s top performers for social mobility, as well as undergraduate engineering and computer science programs.
Mechanical engineering graduate Juan Diego Vila ’19 says he didn’t eat ramen every day and even went to a music festival while paying down his debt.
The Princeton Review’s annual ranking lists 200 colleges and universities out of 656 that were reviewed.
U.S. News & World Report recently ranked UCF No. 16 for online undergraduate programs out of 346 schools, jumping up 20 positions from No. 36…
Bryce Nelson is excited he’s on track to graduate from UCF with relatively little student-loan debt. The marketing junior relies on federal financial aid to…