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New College of Florida has been ranked the No. 2 Best Value Public College in America for 2014 by The Princeton Review, "one of America's best-known education services companies," the college has announced. The list was published this week by USA Today. New College moved up one place in the rank- ings, from the No. 3 position last year, a news release points out. The appearance continues New College's six- year run of placing among Princeton Review's top three public schools offering "exceptional academics at an affordable price," the release adds. New College was ranked No. 2 in 2011 and 2009 and No. 3 in 2013, 2012 and 2010. The school is one of only three U.S. public colleges that have made Princeton Review's Top 10 list all six years, the release notes. "We're pleased that Princeton Review recog- nizes that year after year, New College has provided an education of the highest quality, at a cost that is significantly lower than that of almost all of the country's leading colleges and universities," said Dr. Donal O'Shea, pres- ident of New College, in the release. The Princeton Review's 2013 list features 75 public and 75 private colleges, and it ranks the Top 10 in each category for their "stellar academics and financial aid." "They're exceptional schools, academically, that are giving out generous financial aid and NEW COLLEGE MOVES UP TO NO. 2 ON PRINCETON REVIEW LIST New College has moved up on the annual Princeton Review List of 'Best Value Public Colleges.' Photo courtesy New College Sarasota News Leader January 31, 2014 Page 66

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