The Patriot-News ran an article on January 28 about colleges located within the Central Pennsylvania area that made the Princeton Review's "Best Value College for 2014" list. Gettysburg College was one of eight Pennsylvania institutions of higher education to make the list, and one of only 75 private colleges in the nation to be recognized. The article quoted Vice President of Enrollment and Educational Services Barbara Fritze about the recognition from the Princeton Review.
From the Patriot-News:
At Gettysburg College, the ranking is called an “honor” by Barbara Fritze, vice president of enrollment and educational services. "In this period of economic uncertainty, it is clear that investing in a college education – specifically a Gettysburg College education – is a wise move, a fact evidenced by our high graduation and young alumni employment rates."
Gettysburg’s tuition is $45,870, with average freshman grant of $29,881, and graduating debt of $25,530.