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College Ranked 18th on Return on Investment

April 17, 2015

Laura Lemire
Communications and Marketing
(603) 641-7242

Saint Anselm College ranks 18th among liberal arts colleges in the country for the best return on investment (ROI) according to Payscale, which ranks more than 900 colleges and universities based on total cost and alumni earnings. Saint Anselm moved up two spots this year compared to last year's ranking in 20th place.

Payscale is an online salary, benefits and compensation information company that measures the value of college.

"Our consistently high ranking for return on investment is a testament to the skills and experience that Saint Anselm College students garner while on the Hilltop," says Dr. Steven DiSalvo, president of the college.

"Investing in a college education is a substantial commitment. These findings reiterate the value of our programs- Saint Anselm students graduate with a breadth of experience, which both provides career preparation, and encourages them to find their true passion and go on to excel in jobs that they love."

With a liberal arts education, Saint Anselm College graduates are prepared to be successful in the career of their choice. Saint Anselm graduates are CEOs, doctors, engineers, teachers, marketers, and researchers. They are humanitarians, healers, and philanthropists.

In fact, 97% of the Class of 2014 was employed, in graduate school, or engaged in service within six months of graduation.

The Princeton Review ranks Saint Anselm as one of the country's best institutions for an undergraduate education and in the top 10 out of 3,000 national colleges for its food. See all Saint Anselm College's rankings.

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