Five of Florida’s universities have been ranked as being among the best public school values in the nation, with one in the top three, following only the University of Virginia and the University of North Carolina. New College of Florida in Sarasota earned its top ranking by The Princeton Review — the New York-based education services company unaffiliated with the New Jersey college — for having a select student body paying $6,763 a year for in-state tuition.

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