UNC-Chapel Hill ranks fifth among the country’s public universities for 18th consecutive year

For the 18th straight year, UNC-Chapel Hill, a public research university dedicated to making its first-class education accessible and affordable, has placed fifth among public universities on U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” rankings. For the 14th consecutive time in “Great Schools, Great Prices,” Carolina was the first national public university for best value. (

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