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21 Virginia Colleges Ranked For Value By Money Magazine21 Virginia Colleges Ranked For Value By Money Magazine
"The University of Virginia-Charlottesville has been named the best college for the money in Virginia by Money magazine. Money ranked 727 of the best colleges based on quality of education, affordability and outcomes. And while the usual suspects topped the list — Princeton ranked first — 21 colleges in the Commonwealth also made the cut," reports Vienna Patch.

Virginia college tuition rising 5 percentCollege Tuition in Virginia Is Going Up 5 Percent This Year
"In-state students across Virginia’s public colleges will pay an average of 5 percent more for tuition and mandatory fees this year, reports the Richmond Times-Dispatch.  "Those undergraduate students will pay between $9,056 (Virginia State University) and $23,400 (the College of William & Mary) in tuition and mandatory fees for the coming academic year, with tuition rising an average of $612, according to this year’s State Council of Higher Education tuition report."

2018-19 Tuition and Fees ReportA SCHEV report: Rising Tuition and Fees Continue to Affect Students and Families
RICHMOND — In-state undergraduate students at Virginia's four-year universities can expect to pay anywhere between $9,056 and $23,400 in tuition and all mandatory fees for the 2018-19 academic year. Students at Virginia’s two-year institutions will pay $4,620 at the Community Colleges and $8,100 at Richard Bland College.  Read more >>

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