Cornell ranked #3 in efficiency
Cornell College ranked third among national liberal arts colleges in a U.S. News list of most efficient highly ranked schools. According to the U.S. News calculations, Cornell is among the institutions that “are doing a very good job at producing a top ranking for academic quality while carefully spending their available financial resources.”
“At Cornell we take great care to use and invest our resources wisely in order to provide the best education possible for our students,” said Cornell College President Jonathan Brand. “Our strategic use of funds is one of reasons we are also recognized as a smart investment for our students.”
In November Cornell announced a 2.38 percent tuition increase for 2014-15, the smallest in more than a decade. Cornell also has been recognized by numerous publications for the value its education offers. In 2013 it was named one of the 20 “Best Buys” in higher education by the “Fiske Guide to Colleges,” and one of the 100 best values in liberal arts education by Kiplinger’s.