ORLANDO, Fla. -

The Princeton Review named the University of Central Florida as one of the “best value” universities in the nation.

Two thousand institutions were analyzed before the list of 150 schools — 75 public universities and 75 private colleges — was released on Tuesday. The list was based on academics, cost of attendance, faculty-to-student ratio and financial aid at each of the undergraduate institution.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranked the best in value, according to the list, and only the top 10 were ranked in order.

UCF was also named a best-value school by Kiplinger’s magazine for the fourth-consecutive year.

To see the full list, go to to Princeton Review's website.