Awards and Rankings
U.S. News & World Report: A Best National Liberal Arts College and High School Guidance Counselor Ranking
Colleges of Distinction
Best Value Schools: 100 Most Affordable Small Colleges
In 2015, Young Harris College was named to the "100 Most Affordable Small Colleges in America" list. The rankings list calculated the net price of attendance including tuition minus aid, scholarships and institutional grants, to determine the average out-of-pocket costs students and their families pay for college.
Innovative academic offerings, class sizes and values for the educational investment were also determining factors.
Great Value Colleges: 100 Most Affordable Small Colleges East of the Mississippi
In 2015, Young Harris College was named to the list of "100 Most Affordable Small Colleges East of the Mississippi." The national rankings list calculates the net price of attendance including tuition minus federal and state aid, scholarships, and institutional grants to determine the average out-of-pocket costs students and their families pay for college.
Using the source College Navigator, a component of the National Center for Education Statistics, Great Value Schools defines a “small college” as a traditional, four-year institution with 4,000 or fewer students. There are approximately 400 schools of this size east of the Mississippi River.
Great Value Colleges strives to provide students with the information they need to receive the best possible education for the best overall value for the educational dollar. They accomplish this through high-quality, researched-based articles and rankings covering a broad number of angles so as to help as many students as possible.