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Loyola ranks in the top 6% of schools in PayScale’s College ROI Report

| By Molly Robey
Jenkins Hall

Loyola University Maryland is again recognized by PayScale in its annual college ROI report, Best Value Colleges.

PayScale ranks U.S. colleges and universities based on various majors and career paths as well as overall return on investment (ROI) in this annual report, which aims to provide a snapshot of the best monetary return for college graduates based on cost of attendance, high earning potential, or a combination of the two.

According to PayScale’s 2021-22 Best Value Colleges report, Loyola places among the top 6% of nearly 2,000 U.S. public and private schools for value. Among the 905 private colleges and universities that made PayScale’s list for return on investment, Loyola ranks in the top 7% nationally.

Loyola received additional accolades for value based on the 20-year net return on investment for the following undergraduate majors:

When ranked for value by specific major, PayScale places Loyola University Maryland in the top 3% of Best Undergraduate Business Universities by Salary and further names Loyola a “Best Value College” for students seeking Business Careers, Marketing Careers, and Technology Careers.

The Best Value Colleges ranking follows a separate PayScale value ranking for 2021-22. In PayScale’s College Salary Report, which recognizes value in terms of the salary potential of graduates, Loyola University Maryland earned a spot in the top 7% of universities in the nation for the highest mid-career salary potential of graduates holding a bachelor’s degree.

 

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