Students select colleges for many reasons, including strong academics, personal development, social life—and even quality residential living options. According to Affordable Schools, Cedarville University has some of the best—and affordable--residential facilities as it was ranked ninth nationally.
Affordable Schools is an online publication which helps students identify schools which offer top-quality education at affordable costs. The list was calculated by comparing an institution’s room and board rate to the national average while also factoring in aesthetic appeal, amenities/facilities and each dorm’s social scene.
In 2012-13, the national average for room and board at a private institution was $10,540. Students at Cedarville University in 2015-16 will pay just $6,542—approximately $4,000 below the national average from four years ago.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Residence Halls Ranked Ninth in Nation for Value, Affordability" (2015). News Releases. 156.