Kansas State University has been named a “Best Value College for 2023,” by the Princeton Review.

The publication noted K-State is among 209 top colleges and universities for academics, career readiness and affordability. Among the seven categories of ranking lists, K-State is No. 2 for best alumni networks, No. 2 for internships and No. 10 for making an impact. The full report from K-State Marketing & Communications is available here.

In a statement, K-State Provost Charles Taber said the ranking show the university’s “approach to preparing students for professional careers is valuable and valued.”

The Princeton Review’s list is based on data from its surveys of administrators at more than 650 colleges in 2022-23. Topics covered include academics, cost, financial aid, graduation rates and student debt.

K-State was also featured in The Princeton Review’s “Best 388 Colleges for 2023,” released last August, where it was ranked No. 1 in the nation for best quality of life, No. 2 for students who love their college, No. 3 for town-gown relations and No. 4 for happiest students and for best health services.