Clark University has been ranked a top service-oriented college with an excellent return on investment by Best Value Schools, a free guide to value in higher education. Clark is ranked 22nd on the list of Top 25 Universities for Nonprofit and Community Service Ranked by Return, developed as a resource for service-minded individuals to find quality schools and avoid student debt.
The new ranking list includes U.S.-based universities with a penchant for community service and high ROI, based on Washington Monthly magazine's statistical ranking of the top colleges devoted to service; Best Value Schools ranked them for prospective 30-year ROI, as estimated by PayScale.
More information on Clark University in the rankings can be found here.
“Service-minded students are becoming savvier about their finances,” said Best Value Schools editor Paul Church. “Getting a degree from a university with a track record of exceptional return on investment is high on their list.”
Successful business leaders overwhelmingly agree that community involvement offers valuable benefits to career-minded individuals in the areas of professional and personal development as well as personal satisfaction. According to statistics from Harvard Business School, up to 98 percent of Harvard executives think nonprofit service is “important” or “very important” for success. Best Value Schools concurs with this view, and the site recommends that students consider schools with high levels of community service; however, users are also cautioned to factor in the returns on tuition investment over the course of a typical 30-year career.
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