Money Magazine rated the top 711 schools in the United States. That ranking was based on three different criteria.
- The quality of education which includes how quickly students graduated, how the students and professors evaluated the school and the financial well-being of the school itself.
- Affordability which means the amount of debt students acquire for attending the school, the value of the degree a student earns, and the affordability of the school for low-income students.
- The outcome which is to say the amount of money a graduate makes, if the school’s reputation actually helps the student get a job, and if the student’s job helps them move from one socio-economic class to another.
Below are all of the colleges in California that were ranked by Money Magazine.
70. Pomona College
152. Occidental College
341. Whittier College
581. Chapman University