First To Worst? A Look At The Best And Worst Schools In Montana.
There are a lot of factors to be considered when it comes to higher education.
What type of degrees does the school offer? How are the professors? Does the location of the school come into play? How much is the tuition? Is it in-state or out-of-state? What's the social scene like? What about Greek life?
Montana has several choices when it comes to higher learning, from Universities to Community Colleges. For those looking to better themselves through education, Montana certainly has you covered.
With ten 4 year schools across the state, which college or university comes in first? Which one comes in last? According to Foodies1st.com, they've got the answers you're looking for and some folks might not like what they're going to see (especially all of you Griz Alumni).
When it comes to the best college or university in Montana, that distinction goes to Montana State University in Bozeman. So what makes MSU the top choice for Montana? Well, the data suggests that it's a combination of the acceptance rate, graduation rate, and the cost of yearly tuition.
Not to mention the location, which is close to all kinds of outdoor activity including camping, hiking, and skiing. Oh, and MSU-Bozeman has its own Rodeo team, I mean how cool is that?
So if MSU-Bozeman tops the list as the best school in the state, which school comes in last?
Once again, according to the data that distinction goes to MSU-Billings. The reason behind it? Foodies1st says that it comes down to the acceptance rate versus the graduation rate. With an acceptance rate of 100 percent and a graduation rate of 14 percent, that seems to be enough to drop the school into last place.
Before folks get too excited either way, I think it's important to remember that the bottom line is so much of education is what you put into it. Whether in class or online, effort goes a long way.
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