SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA — The Princeton Review continues to rank Wofford College as one of its Best Value Colleges. Wofford is among 209 institutions named to the publication’s Best Value Colleges for 2024 list. The rankings are based on return-on-investment ratings according to more than 40 data points that cover academics, affordability and career outcomes of graduates.

More than 650 private and public colleges and universities were surveyed for the list announced on June 20. The institutions chosen had the publication’s highest ROI ratings based on information on academic offerings, cost, financial aid, career services, graduation rates and student debt. Wofford received an ROI rating of 89 out of 99.

Additionally, Wofford was recently named to Money magazine’s list of “Best Colleges in America” for 2024 with four out of a possible five stars. The publication’s ratings include 745 colleges and universities ranked from a high of five stars down to 2.5 stars, based on 25 factors in three categories: quality of education, affordability and outcomes.

“These national rankings reflect the commitment of Wofford faculty and staff to student success and a desire to continuously improve the Wofford experience,” says Wofford President Nayef Samhat.

Wofford is routinely recognized as a best value by national publications, including the New York Times and U.S. News & World Report. Ninety-nine percent of students receive some form of financial assistance to attend Wofford and 98% report positive career outcomes within six months of graduation.

Wofford College, established in 1854, is a four-year, residential liberal arts college located in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It offers 27 major fields of study to a student body of 1,875 undergraduates. Nationally known for the strength of its academic program, outstanding faculty, study abroad participation and successful graduates, Wofford is recognized consistently as a “best value” and for its commitment to student success and accessibility for low- and middle-income students. The college community has robust fraternity and sorority life as well as 20 NCAA Division I athletics teams. To learn more, visit