MONEY Magazine Names CSUN a Top 10 “Value All Star”

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    CSUN was named a Top 10 "Value All Star" by MONEY Magazine. This past May, nearly 10,000 students graduated during CSUN's 2014 Commencement.

MONEY magazine has named California State University, Northridge a Top 10 “Value All Star” on its list of the U.S. colleges and universities that “add the most value” in its recently released Best Colleges rankings. CSUN boasts graduates who exceed peers in categories including degree completion and alumni earnings.

“Serving more than 38,000 students, CSUN’s impact is powerful,” CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison said. “With leading faculty in the classroom and the support students need to succeed, we’re helping our students to complete their degrees and go on to rewarding careers, elevating our entire region along the way.”

MONEY magazine’s list “set out to determine which schools actually add the most value, taking into account the economic and academic profiles of the incoming students.” According to the rankings, CSUN alumni earn $8,650 more annually and students graduate at eight percent higher rate than their peers.

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