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Affordable Schools gives good marks to two bachelor’s degrees

Affordable Schools gives good marks to two bachelor’s degrees

Two bachelor’s degree programs were recognized recently by AffordableSchools.net on two separates lists of the 15 Most Affordable Bachelor’s Degrees.

The college’s Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in information technology: network administration was ranked 10th on the list of “15 of the Most Affordable Bachelor’s Degrees in Networking and Network Administration.” Its BTech in information technology: web development came in at No. 12 on the list of “15 of the Most Affordable Bachelor’s Degrees in Web Design and Development.”

The lists are “affordability” rankings, based on the yearly average net price of the undergraduate-degree programs, as reported to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). The yearly average net price is defined as the sum of tuition, fees, books, room and board (where applicable) minus the average financial aid given to students at each college listed.

Dr. Skip Sullivan, president of Alfred State, said, “We are delighted at the top rankings Affordable Schools has given to two of our bachelor’s degree programs. Our college prides itself on providing students with a high-quality, affordable education in each one of its majors.”