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Warrington graduates earn more than eight times per every dollar they spent on tuition.

Warrington undergraduate programs rank No. 7 in ROI by Bloomberg Businessweek

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The undergraduate programs in the Warrington College of Business Administration ranked seventh in the nation in ROI (Return on Investment) in Bloomberg Businessweek’s “The Top Undergraduate B-Schools for ROI” rankings.

“A major part of our mission is to offer students a first-class business education at an outstanding value,” said Dr. Brian Ray, Associate Dean of the Warrington College of the Business Administration and Director of the Heavener School of Business. “The College’s notable appearance in this ranking reinforces that we are accomplishing our goal of providing undergraduates at the Heavener School of Business and the Fisher School of Accounting with an outstanding mix of quality and value.”

In compiling the ranking, Bloomberg Businessweek measured the institution’s annual tuition, salary earned per annual tuition dollar spent and median starting salary of its alumni. Of the 124 schools ranked, Warrington had the 13th-lowest annual tuition ($6,170) and, among public schools, was tied for 26th in median starting salary ($51,000).

Most telling of Warrington’s value is that it ranked seventh in salary earned per annual tuition dollar spent ($8.27). Therefore, Warrington graduates earn more than eight times per every dollar they spent on tuition.

In addition to providing one of the nation’s top ROIs, Warrington offers one of the nation’s elite undergraduate business experiences led by its outstanding faculty, talented students and nationally-recognized career and leadership programs. Bloomberg Businessweek ranked Warrington 15th among U.S. publics in its 2013 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” edition, and U.S. News & World Report ranked Warrington 21st among U.S. publics.