What’s The Most Expensive College In Each State?

A more appropriate title would be “Places I Will Definitely Not Be Sending My Kids.” eCollegeFinder has released another map. This time, it’s of the most expensive college per state. Each state was determined by which college has the highest out-of-state tuition.

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So what are the 10 most expensive schools in the country?

1. New York – Sarah Lawrence College: $61,836
2. Illinois – University of Chicago: $60,096
3. New Hampshire – Dartmouth College: $59,976
4. Connecticut – Wesleyan University: $59, 802
5. California – Harvey Mudd College: $59,713
6. Ohio – Oberlin College: $58,983
7. Missouri – Washington University in St. Louis: $58,395
8. Massachusetts – Bard College at Simon’s Rock: $58,385
9. New Jersey – Steven’s Institute of Technology: $58,360
10. Pennsylvania – Carnegie Mellon University: $58,310

To see a more detailed breakdown for each state, click HERE.

[via eCollegeFinder]

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Brian McGannon

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