Stonehill Makes Forbes “Best Value” List Based on Quality, Grad Earnings

April 18, 2016

Stonehill College has earned its place in numerous Forbes magazine rankings and the magazine’s newly reimagined 2016 Best Value Schools list is no exception.

Forbes analysts recently looked at tuition costs, school quality, graduation success rates and post-grad earnings and picked Stonehill as one of 300 schools in the country that are doing the best on those fronts.

“In partnership with the Center for College Affordability and Productivity, this is our newly reimagined Best Value Colleges ranking,” writes Caroline Howard of Forbes. “[It’s] an analysis of the brainiest research universities and leading liberal arts schools, both public and private, that are well worth the investment.”

One of the leading business publications in the country, with nearly 1 million subscribers, Forbes research has also led it to single out Stonehill on lists that include:

  • Best Private Colleges
  • Best Liberal Arts Schools
  • Best in the Northeast
  • Most Grateful Grads

Analysts for the magazine also laud Stonehill as being among the best at helping its students manage college loans, noting that the College has the 13th lowest student loan default rate in the country.