Top 30 Highest In-State Tuitions for Public Colleges and Universities

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20 of 30 Penn State Campuses on List

National Average: $6,397.

Tuition and Required Fees, 2009-10 for instate students.

  1. Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus: $14,416
    The cost of annual tuition for 2010-2011 is $15,124.  (2)
  2. University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus: $14,154
  3.  University of Vermont: $13,554
  4. St. Mary’s College of Maryland: $13,234
  5. New Jersey Institute of Technology: $12,856
  6. Pennsylvania State University-Altoona: $12,750
  7. Pennsylvania State University-Berks: $12,750
  8. Pennsylvania State University-Erie-Behrend College: $12,750
  9. Pennsylvania State University-Harrisburg: $12,750
  10. University of New Hampshire-Main Campus: $12,743
  11. The College of New Jersey: $12,722
  12. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: $12,528
  13. Pennsylvania College of Technology: $12,480
  14. Miami University-Oxford: $12,312
  15. Pennsylvania State University-Abington: $12,250
  16.  Pennsylvania State University-Beaver: $12,250
  17. Pennsylvania State University-Greater Allegheny: $12,250
  18. Pennsylvania State University-Lehigh Valley: $12,250
  19. Pennsylvania State University-Mount Alto: $12,250
  20. Colorado School of Mines: $12,244
  21. Pennsylvania State University-Hazleton: $12,200
  22. Pennsylvania State University-New Kensington: $12,200
  23.  Pennsylvania State University-Brandywine: $12,150
  24.  Pennsylvania State University-Fayette-Eberly: $12,150
  25. Pennsylvania State University-Schuylkill: $12,150
  26. Pennsylvania State University-Wilkes-Barre: $12,150
  27. Pennsylvania State University-Dubois: $12,130
  28. Pennsylvania State University-Scranton-Worthington: $12,110
  29. Pennsylvania State University-York: $12,110
  30. Pennsylvania State University-Shenango: $12,050

 

Web site: collegecost.ed.gov/catc

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1    Sources: U.S. Department of Education, National Center
for Education Statistics, Integrated Post Secondary Education
Data System (IPEDS), Fall 2009, Institutional Characteristics
component and Spring 2010, Student Financial Aid component.

2    “…the cost of annual tuition climbed to $15,124 this year. Penn
State is considered among the costliest public universities. The cost
of tuition was $5,188 when Spanier took over in 1995.”
(Jan Murphy, Patriot News, November 10, 2011)

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