Two universities in North Carolina are among The Wall Street Journal's Top 25 list of best colleges and universities, as ranked by job recruiters.
North Carolina State in Raleigh is tied for 19th place with the University of Virginia. According to the WSJ, NC State has 10 undergraduate colleges, and more than 90% of students come from North Carolina. It's a good value. The in-state tuition for 2010-2011 was just under $6,000.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is tied for 25th place with Washington State University. UNC Chapel Hill offers 77 majors.
According to the WSJ, the majority of freshman (nearly 80%) were at the top 10% of their class in high school.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University did not make the Top 25 or 100 list. But NC A&T was one of the 31 schools that at least five recruiters marked down.
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