Last week Penn was named one of the most beautiful college campuses in the world by Buzzfeed readers. Now, two more area universities are being spotlighted nationally.

By combining US News & World Report's rankings for best universities and liberal arts colleges and Payscales's college salary report, Business Insider compiled a list of the 50 most underrated colleges in the country. Philadelphia's Drexel University and Widener University in Chester made the cut.

The median mid-career salary for Drexel graduates, with mid-career meaning 10 years of experience, is $92,000. This, combined with Drexel's co-op program, in which students work in the real world for 6 months during class, and Drexel's location (Business Insider said the university was a 10-minute walk to Center City; it's more like 30, but you get the point) propelled the university to snag the 36th underrated colleges spot.

Widener, even with a lower median mid-career salary of $86,300, was ranked 10th most underrated university. Its proximity to the city and civic engagement opportunities helped the Chester school earn its place.

Other universities that made the list include Rutgers Newark, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and Pace University, which ranked No. 1.