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University rankings don’t measure success

University rankings don’t measure success

Rachel Reyes and David Molina

October 23, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

When deciding which college to attend, high school graduates and transfer students consider aspects such as the location of the college, the prices of tuition and most importantly, the school’s reputation. The most prestigious schools are becoming more and more competitive, according to The Washington Post. The acceptance rates are only getting lower, which is why many students should reconsider the many different aspects that CSU campu...

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