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New ranking could mean tuition too low

The University was ranked as the sixth-best value for public colleges in the nation early last week – but one University official said the school is underpriced.

Tom Jackson, vice president of public affairs for the University, said the school doesn’t want to be too high on the “best value” list – compiled by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine – because it indicates tuition is too low.