Sept. 18, 2013
When it comes to getting the most bang for your buck, the University of Virginia sits near the top of the list.
According to a new report from PayScale.com, UVa gets the number three spot for best return on investment value for a college degree. The ranking factored in financial aid, the first 30 years of net median pay and the cost of attending the school.
PayScale.com also reports the average starting salary for a UVa graduate is $51,000.