Most Expensive State Colleges

Posted by By at 15 November, at 07 : 38 AM Print

National average: $8,244

State Tuition & Fees
1) New Hampshire: $13,507
2) Vermont: $13,078
3) Pennsylvania: $12,079
4) New Jersey: $12,041
5) Illinois: $11,600
6) Michigan: $10,837
7) Delaware: $10,496
8) South Carolina: $10,300
9) Massachusetts: $10,173
10) Rhode Island: $10,007

*  Enrollment-Weighted Average Published In-State Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Undergraduate Students at Public Four-Year Institutions by State, Not Adjusted for Inflation, 2006-07 to 2011-12

Source: The College Board, Trends in College Pricing 2011
Photo by crosby_allison

Comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

This post was written by:
- who has written 269 posts for Rock The Capital
Eric J. Epstein is RocktheCapital‘s coordinator and a community advocate for good government for over 25 years. Mr. Epstein is also Chairman of the Three Mile Island Alert, Inc., a safe-energy organization founded in 1977; President of EFMR Monitoring Group, Inc., a non-profit economic development corporation established in 1977, and Chairman of the Stray Winds Area Neighbors (SWAN), a smart growth association organized in 2005. Mr. Epstein was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Humanities at PSU-Harrisburg (1992-1999) and co-authored the Dictionary of the Holocaust, which was released by Greenwood Press (1997) - Email Eric Epstein

Education Featured

Related Posts

Slider by webdesign