Top 25 Public Colleges Tuition Comparison

In US, public colleges and universities are operated under the supervision of state governments. They are funded by tax and other revenue from their states. Public colleges and universities has 2 or 3 types of tuition rates - In-District, In-State, and Out-of-State Tuition Rates. This is why many people prefer public colleges rather than private colleges, eve though, relatively, numbers of public colleges in top 100 colleges are less than, significantly, private colleges.

Here, we describes top 25 public colleges announced by US News, Education, and compare their tuition and costs.

General Characteristic Comparison.
Next table compares top 25 public colleges by general characteristics. If you want to check the full information of desired schools, follow link on the college name.


RankingNameLocationHighest Degree Compus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
1University of California-BerkeleyBerkeley, California DoctorateYes 39,175Midsize(City)
2University of California-Los AngelesLos Angeles, California DoctorateYes 40,863Large(City)
3University of Virginia-Main CampusCharlottesville, Virginia DoctorateYes 30,731Small(City)
4University of Michigan-Ann ArborAnn Arbor, Michigan DoctorateYes 44,453Midsize(City)
5University of North Carolina at Chapel HillChapel Hill, North Carolina DoctorateYes 32,426Small(City)
6College of William and MaryWilliamsburg, Virginia DoctorateYes 9,117Large(Suburb)
7Georgia Institute of Technology-Main CampusAtlanta, Georgia DoctorateYes 23,017Large(City)
8University of California-DavisDavis, California DoctorateYes 33,786Small(Suburb)
9University of California-San DiegoLa Jolla, California DoctorateYes 31,089Large(City)
10University of California-Santa BarbaraSanta Barbara, California DoctorateYes 24,078Midsize(Suburb)
11University of Wisconsin-MadisonMadison, Wisconsin DoctorateYes 46,756Midsize(City)
12University of California-IrvineIrvine, California DoctorateYes 29,200Fringe(Rural)
13Pennsylvania State University-Main CampusUniversity Park, Pennsylvania DoctorateYes 49,025Small(City)
14The University of Texas at AustinAustin, Texas DoctorateYes 55,620Large(City)
15University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignChampaign, Illinois DoctorateYes 47,146Small(City)
16University of Washington-Seattle CampusSeattle, Washington DoctorateYes 49,554Large(City)
17University of FloridaGainesville, Florida DoctorateYes 58,082Midsize(City)
18Ohio State University-Main CampusColumbus, Ohio DoctorateYes 64,425Large(City)
19University of Maryland-College ParkCollege Park, Maryland DoctorateYes 43,316Large(Suburb)
20University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh CampusPittsburgh, Pennsylvania DoctorateYes 33,082Large(City)
21University of ConnecticutStorrs, Connecticut DoctorateYes 27,648Fringe(Town)
22University of GeorgiaAthens, Georgia DoctorateYes 38,822Midsize(City)
23Purdue University-Main CampusWest Lafayette, Indiana DoctorateYes 44,644Midsize(Suburb)
24Texas A & M University-College StationCollege Station, Texas DoctorateYes 51,417Small(City)
25Clemson UniversityClemson, South Carolina DoctorateYes 22,338Distant(Town)

Top 25 Public College Tuition Comparison Chart
Next table and chart compares tuition and costs between 25 top public colleges.

Top 25 Public Colleges and Universities Tuition Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596$ 34,098$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596
University of California-Los Angeles$ 11,220$ 1,466$ 1,509$ 17,361$ 34,098$ 1,466$ 1,509$ 17,361
University of Virginia-Main Campus$ 9,240$ 2,546$ 1,184$ 11,016$ 33,562$ 3,218$ 1,184$ 11,016
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 12,440$ 194$ 1,048$ 11,522$ 37,588$ 194$ 1,048$ 11,522
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$ 5,128$ 1,881$ 1,150$ 13,156$ 24,953$ 1,881$ 1,150$ 13,156
College of William&Mary$ 8,270$ 4,862$ 1,150$ 10,692$ 30,547$ 5,415$ 1,150$ 10,692
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus$ 6,676$ 2,370$ 1,000$ 10,446$ 25,119$ 2,370$ 1,000$ 10,446
University of California-Davis$ 11,220$ 2,640$ 1,589$ 15,750$ 34,098$ 2,640$ 1,589$ 15,750
University of California-San Diego$ 11,220$ 1,980$ 1,456$ 14,850$ 34,098$ 1,980$ 1,456$ 14,850
University of California-Santa Barbara$ 11,220$ 2,375$ 1,414$ 16,682$ 34,098$ 2,375$ 1,414$ 16,682
University of Wisconsin-Madison$ 8,592$ 1,073$ 1,140$ 11,644$ 24,342$ 1,073$ 1,140$ 11,644
University of California-Irvine$ 11,220$ 1,902$ 1,553$ 14,750$ 34,098$ 1,902$ 1,553$ 14,750
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus$ 15,124$ 860$ 1,536$ 13,482$ 27,206$ 860$ 1,536$ 13,482
The University of Texas at Austin$ 9,794$ 0$ 874$ 14,046$ 32,506$ 0$ 874$ 14,046
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$ 11,847$ 2,734$ 1,200$ 12,590$ 27,219$ 2,734$ 1,200$ 12,590
University of Washington-Seattle Campus$ 9,746$ 828$ 1,035$ 12,450$ 27,230$ 828$ 1,035$ 12,450
University of Florida$ 4,060$ 1,597$ 1,070$ 12,530$ 25,276$ 2,658$ 1,070$ 12,530
Ohio State University-Main Campus$ 8,856$ 879$ 1,602$ 15,534$ 23,751$ 879$ 1,602$ 15,534
University of Maryland-College Park$ 6,966$ 1,689$ 1,076$ 12,901$ 24,337$ 1,689$ 1,076$ 12,901
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus$ 15,272$ 860$ 1,110$ 12,490$ 24,680$ 860$ 1,110$ 12,490
University of Connecticut$ 8,256$ 2,414$ 850$ 13,700$ 25,152$ 2,414$ 850$ 13,700
University of Georgia$ 6,676$ 2,190$ 1,078$ 10,270$ 24,411$ 2,190$ 1,078$ 10,270
Purdue University-Main Campus$ 8,893$ 585$ 1,330$ 11,940$ 27,061$ 585$ 1,330$ 11,940
Texas A&M University-College Station$ 5,297$ 3,124$ 1,340$ 10,962$ 20,687$ 3,124$ 1,340$ 10,962
Clemson University$ 11,524$ 780$ 1,090$ 13,232$ 27,682$ 780$ 1,090$ 13,232


Top 10 Undergraduate Business School Tuition Comparison

The US News Education department has calculated the Undergraduate Business Program by Spring 2012. We compare tuition costs of top 10 schools them as table below. You can see detail tuition and costs information of your desired schools by following its name.

General Information
RankingNameType & LevelLocationHighest Degree Compus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
1University of Pennsylvania4 years, PrivatePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania DoctorateYes 28,453Large(City)
2Massachusetts Institute of Technology4 years, PrivateCambridge, Massachusetts DoctorateYes 11,271Midsize(City)
3University of California-Berkeley4 years, PublicBerkeley, California DoctorateYes 39,175Midsize(City)
3University of Michigan-Ann Arbor4 years, PublicAnn Arbor, Michigan DoctorateYes 44,453Midsize(City)
5New York University4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 50,444Large(City)
5University of Virginia-Main Campus4 years, PublicCharlottesville, Virginia DoctorateYes 30,731Small(City)
7Carnegie Mellon University4 years, PrivatePittsburgh, Pennsylvania DoctorateYes 12,175Large(City)
7University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill4 years, PublicChapel Hill, North Carolina DoctorateYes 32,426Small(City)
7The University of Texas at Austin4 years, PublicAustin, Texas DoctorateYes 55,620Large(City)
10Cornell University4 years, PrivateIthaca, New York DoctorateYes 21,437Small(City)

Tuition Costs Comparison
Top 10 Undergraduate Business Schools Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
University of Pennsylvania$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596$ 34,098$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 12,440$ 194$ 1,048$ 11,522$ 37,588$ 194$ 1,048$ 11,522
New York University$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182
University of Virginia-Main Campus$ 9,240$ 2,546$ 1,184$ 11,016$ 33,562$ 3,218$ 1,184$ 11,016
Carnegie Mellon University$ 43,160$ 850$ 1,000$ 12,510$ 43,160$ 850$ 1,000$ 12,510
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$ 5,128$ 1,881$ 1,150$ 13,156$ 24,953$ 1,881$ 1,150$ 13,156
The University of Texas at Austin$ 9,794$ 0$ 874$ 14,046$ 32,506$ 0$ 874$ 14,046
Cornell University$ 41,325$ 216$ 800$ 14,784$ 41,325$ 216$ 800$ 14,784


US Top 100 Colleges Tuition & Cost Comparison

Forbes has announced America's Best Colleges July, 2012. Here, we provide tuition and living costs comparison between the top 100 us colleges.

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The top state that has most schools in top 100 list is Massachusetts. and California and New York State has 9 schools and Pennsylvania has 9 schools in the list. 33 States has at at least 1 schools in top 100 colleges and 27 states have none. Next table shows number of top 100 schools by states.

StateNumber of Schools
Massachusetts13 schools
California11 schools
New York11 schools
Pennsylvania9 schools
Connecticut4 schools
Illinois4 schools
North Carolina4 schools
Virginia4 schools
Indiana3 schools
Maine3 schools
Colorado2 schools
District of Columbia2 schools
Maryland2 schools
Michigan2 schools
Minnesota2 schools
Ohio2 schools
Oregon2 schools
Tennessee2 schools
Texas2 schools
Washington2 schools
Florida1 schools
Georgia1 schools
Iowa1 schools
Kentucky1 schools
Missouri1 schools
Nebraska1 schools
New Hampshire1 schools
New Jersey1 schools
Rhode Island1 schools
South Carolina1 schools
Utah1 schools
Vermont1 schools
Wisconsin1 schools

Tuition and Living Cost Comparison Table
Next table shows tuition and living costs comparison by order of college ranking. You can see detail information of tuition costs and financial information of desired school by following links on the school name.



2012 US Top 100 College Tuition Comparison Summary Table
RankingSchool NameLocationTuitionFeesBooks & Supplies Living Costs
In-StateOut-of-State On CampusOff Campus
1 Princeton UniversityPrinceton, New Jersey$ 37,000$ 37,000$ 865$ 1,200$ 14,869N/A
2 Williams CollegeWilliamstown, Massachusetts$ 42,938$ 42,938$ 252$ 800$ 13,151N/A
3 Stanford UniversityStanford, California$ 40,050$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691N/A
4 University of ChicagoChicago, Illinois$ 41,853$ 41,853$ 930$ 1,300$ 14,870N/A
5 Yale UniversityNew Haven, Connecticut$ 40,500$ 40,500N/A$ 3,150$ 14,600N/A
6 Harvard UniversityCambridge, Massachusetts$ 36,305$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149N/A
8 Columbia University in the City of New YorkNew York, New York$ 43,088$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878N/A
9 Pomona CollegeClaremont, California$ 39,572$ 39,572$ 310$ 900$ 14,536N/A
10 Swarthmore CollegeSwarthmore, Pennsylvania$ 40,816$ 40,816$ 334$ 1,150$ 13,595N/A
11 Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCambridge, Massachusetts$ 40,460$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488N/A
12 University of Notre DameNotre Dame, Indiana$ 40,910$ 40,910$ 507$ 950$ 12,890N/A
13 Amherst CollegeAmherst, Massachusetts$ 42,170$ 42,170$ 728$ 1,000$ 13,000N/A
14 Bowdoin CollegeBrunswick, Maine$ 42,386$ 42,386$ 430$ 820$ 12,904N/A
15 Washington and Lee UniversityLexington, Virginia$ 40,990$ 40,990$ 937$ 1,800$ 11,116N/A
16 Wellesley CollegeWellesley, Massachusetts$ 40,410$ 40,410$ 250$ 800$ 13,840$ 3,050
17 University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania$ 37,620$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102N/A
18 California Institute of TechnologyPasadena, California$ 36,387$ 36,387$ 1,317$ 1,323$ 15,063$ 14,913
19 Brown UniversityProvidence, Rhode Island$ 41,328$ 41,328$ 902$ 1,312$ 12,608N/A
20 Vassar CollegePoughkeepsie, New York$ 44,050$ 44,050$ 655$ 900$ 11,780N/A
21 Wesleyan UniversityMiddletown, Connecticut$ 43,404$ 43,404$ 270$ 1,300$ 13,397N/A
22 Northwestern UniversityEvanston, Illinois$ 41,592$ 41,592$ 391$ 1,797$ 15,049N/A
23 Claremont McKenna CollegeClaremont, California$ 41,995$ 41,995$ 245$ 900$ 14,725$ 14,931
24 Duke UniversityDurham, North Carolina$ 40,665$ 40,665$ 1,273$ 1,340$ 14,047N/A
25 Colby CollegeWaterville, Maine$ 41,020$ 41,020$ 1,800$ 700$ 11,880N/A
26 Boston CollegeChestnut Hill, Massachusetts$ 41,480$ 41,480$ 724$ 1,000$ 13,524$ 9,300
27 Haverford CollegeHaverford, Pennsylvania$ 41,830$ 41,830$ 378$ 1,194$ 14,310N/A
28 Harvey Mudd CollegeClaremont, California$ 42,140$ 42,140$ 270$ 800$ 14,758N/A
29 Colorado CollegeColorado Springs, Colorado$ 39,900$ 39,900N/A$ 1,182$ 10,918N/A
30 Davidson CollegeDavidson, North Carolina$ 38,481$ 38,481$ 385$ 1,000$ 12,632$ 12,632
31 Carleton CollegeNorthfield, Minnesota$ 42,690$ 42,690$ 252$ 730$ 12,668N/A
32 Tufts UniversityMedford, Massachusetts$ 41,998$ 41,998$ 964$ 800$ 12,838N/A
33 Vanderbilt UniversityNashville, Tennessee$ 40,320$ 40,320$ 1,012$ 1,344$ 15,878N/A
34 Dartmouth CollegeHanover, New Hampshire$ 41,736$ 41,736$ 1,260$ 1,851$ 13,791N/A
36 University of Virginia-Main CampusCharlottesville, Virginia$ 9,240$ 33,562$ 2,546$ 1,184$ 11,016N/A
37 Rice UniversityHouston, Texas$ 34,900$ 34,900$ 651$ 800$ 13,820$ 13,820
38 Georgetown UniversityWashington, District of Columbia$ 40,920$ 40,920$ 473$ 1,200$ 15,532N/A
39 Kenyon CollegeGambier, Ohio$ 41,090$ 41,090$ 1,540$ 1,800$ 11,250N/A
40 College of William and MaryWilliamsburg, Virginia$ 8,270$ 30,547$ 4,862$ 1,150$ 10,692N/A
41 College of the Holy CrossWorcester, Massachusetts$ 40,910$ 40,910$ 578$ 700$ 12,170N/A
42 Middlebury CollegeMiddlebury, Vermont$ 42,048$ 42,048$ 380$ 1,000$ 13,622N/A
44 Whitman CollegeWalla Walla, Washington$ 40,180$ 40,180$ 316$ 1,400$ 10,960N/A
45 University of California-Los AngelesLos Angeles, California$ 11,220$ 34,098$ 1,466$ 1,509$ 17,361$ 14,487
46 Emory UniversityAtlanta, Georgia$ 40,600$ 40,600$ 564$ 1,100$ 13,728N/A
47 University of North Carolina at Chapel HillChapel Hill, North Carolina$ 5,128$ 24,953$ 1,881$ 1,150$ 13,156$ 13,156
48 Colgate UniversityHamilton, New York$ 42,625$ 42,625$ 295$ 1,110$ 11,540N/A
49 Lafayette CollegeEaston, Pennsylvania$ 40,340$ 40,340$ 318$ 1,000$ 13,362N/A
50 University of California-BerkeleyBerkeley, California$ 11,220$ 34,098$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596$ 14,125
51 Cornell UniversityIthaca, New York$ 41,325$ 41,325$ 216$ 800$ 14,784$ 14,784
52 Bryn Mawr CollegeBryn Mawr, Pennsylvania$ 39,860$ 39,860$ 964$ 1,000$ 13,890N/A
53 Wake Forest UniversityWinston Salem, North Carolina$ 41,100$ 41,100$ 476$ 1,025$ 13,635N/A
54 Scripps CollegeClaremont, California$ 41,736$ 41,736$ 214$ 800$ 13,950N/A
55 Brandeis UniversityWaltham, Massachusetts$ 40,514$ 40,514$ 1,346$ 1,000$ 13,556$ 13,556
56 Bucknell UniversityLewisburg, Pennsylvania$ 43,628$ 43,628$ 238$ 900$ 12,374N/A
57 University of Michigan-Ann ArborAnn Arbor, Michigan$ 12,440$ 37,588$ 194$ 1,048$ 11,522$ 11,522
58 Barnard CollegeNew York, New York$ 40,422$ 40,422$ 1,762$ 1,146$ 14,748$ 2,836
59 Sewanee-The University of the SouthSewanee, Tennessee$ 32,020$ 32,020$ 272$ 800$ 10,326N/A
60 Centre CollegeDanville, Kentucky$ 34,000$ 34,000N/A$ 1,300$ 9,800$ 8,450
61 Wabash CollegeCrawfordsville, Indiana$ 31,800$ 31,800$ 650$ 1,000$ 9,600N/A
62 Union CollegeLincoln, Nebraska$ 18,120$ 18,120$ 660$ 1,000$ 9,320$ 11,700
63 Grinnell CollegeGrinnell, Iowa$ 39,250$ 39,250$ 560$ 900$ 11,134N/A
64 Hamilton CollegeClinton, New York$ 42,220$ 42,220$ 420$ 1,300$ 11,330N/A
65 Kalamazoo CollegeKalamazoo, Michigan$ 35,508$ 35,508$ 412$ 900$ 9,912N/A
66 Smith CollegeNorthampton, Massachusetts$ 39,800$ 39,800$ 270$ 800$ 15,123N/A
67 Johns Hopkins UniversityBaltimore, Maryland$ 42,280$ 42,280N/A$ 1,200$ 13,962N/A
68 Reed CollegePortland, Oregon$ 42,540$ 42,540$ 260$ 950$ 11,950$ 7,140
69 Carnegie Mellon UniversityPittsburgh, Pennsylvania$ 43,160$ 43,160$ 850$ 1,000$ 12,510N/A
70 Connecticut CollegeNew London, Connecticut$ 43,695$ 43,695$ 295$ 900$ 12,380N/A
71 Washington University in St LouisSaint Louis, Missouri$ 40,950$ 40,950$ 1,042$ 1,390$ 15,519N/A
72 Santa Clara UniversitySanta Clara, California$ 39,048$ 39,048N/A$ 1,656$ 15,093$ 14,922
73 University of RichmondUniversity of Richmond, Virginia$ 43,170$ 43,170N/A$ 1,050$ 10,240$ 10,240
74 Occidental CollegeLos Angeles, California$ 41,860$ 41,860$ 1,011$ 1,180$ 14,292$ 11,041
75 Oberlin CollegeOberlin, Ohio$ 42,842$ 42,842$ 368$ 1,808$ 12,250N/A
76 Bates CollegeLewiston, Maine$ 42,550$ 42,550$ 250$ 800$ 13,750N/A
77 Mount Holyoke CollegeSouth Hadley, Massachusetts$ 41,270$ 41,270$ 186$ 950$ 13,090N/A
78 Macalester CollegeSaint Paul, Minnesota$ 41,800$ 41,800$ 200$ 1,010$ 10,284N/A
79 DePauw UniversityGreencastle, Indiana$ 36,500$ 36,500$ 470$ 900$ 10,930N/A
80 University of FloridaGainesville, Florida$ 4,060$ 25,276$ 1,597$ 1,070$ 12,530$ 12,530
81 Wheaton CollegeNorton, Massachusetts$ 41,600$ 41,600$ 294$ 940$ 11,730$ 2,560
82Hillsdale CollegeMichganN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
83 Villanova UniversityVillanova, Pennsylvania$ 40,530$ 40,530$ 580$ 950$ 12,460$ 12,460
84 Skidmore CollegeSaratoga Springs, New York$ 41,520$ 41,520$ 860$ 1,300$ 12,820N/A
85 Lawrence UniversityAppleton, Wisconsin$ 38,205$ 38,205$ 276$ 900$ 9,290N/A
86 University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignChampaign, Illinois$ 11,847$ 27,219$ 2,734$ 1,200$ 12,590N/A
87 University of Washington-Seattle CampusSeattle, Washington$ 9,746$ 27,230$ 828$ 1,035$ 12,450$ 12,450
88 George Washington UniversityWashington, District of Columbia$ 42,332$ 42,332$ 45$ 1,275$ 11,725N/A
89 Trinity CollegeHartford, Connecticut$ 41,980$ 41,980$ 2,090$ 1,000$ 12,505N/A
90 Willamette UniversitySalem, Oregon$ 38,800$ 38,800$ 212$ 920$ 10,470N/A
91 St Lawrence UniversityCanton, New York$ 42,420$ 42,420$ 315$ 750$ 11,905$ 5,300
92 Southwestern UniversityGeorgetown, Texas$ 33,440$ 33,440N/A$ 1,000$ 10,900N/A
93 Brigham Young University-ProvoProvo, Utah$ 4,560$ 4,560N/A$ 900$ 11,128$ 11,128
94 Franklin and Marshall CollegeLancaster, Pennsylvania$ 42,510$ 42,510$ 100$ 1,200$ 12,770N/A
95 University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, California$ 42,162$ 42,162$ 656$ 1,500$ 13,558$ 13,558
96 Furman UniversityGreenville, South Carolina$ 39,200$ 39,200$ 360$ 1,150$ 12,386$ 12,386
97 New York UniversityNew York, New York$ 39,344$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182$ 16,182
98 Boston UniversityBoston, Massachusetts$ 40,848$ 40,848$ 572$ 940$ 14,482N/A
99 Wheaton CollegeWheaton, Illinois$ 28,960$ 28,960N/A$ 816$ 10,220N/A
100 University of RochesterRochester, New York$ 41,040$ 41,040$ 786$ 1,250$ 13,684N/A
Average$ 36,847$ 38,840$ 865$ 1,115$ 12,952$ 11,256

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13 Top Massachusetts Colleges Tuition Comparison Listed in Best 100 US Colleges

There are 201 schools in Massachusetts State - 43 public and 158 private school. As widely known, MA state has many outstanding schools such as Harvard University and MIT. In fact, as many as 13 schools in MA state (all private schools) are listed in the Best 100 US Colleges calculated and announced in July 2012.

Interestingly, in some sense, either Harvard or MIT, top ranked college in MA is Williams College,

General Information Top 13 Massachusetts Colleges
Next Tables shows general information of each top 13 colleges and compares them. You can see detail information about your desired school by following links on the school names.

MA RankingUS RankingNameType & LevelLocationHighest DegreeCompus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
12Williams College4 years, PrivateWilliamstown, MassachusettsMasterYes2,252Distant(Town)
26Harvard University4 years, PrivateCambridge, MassachusettsDoctorateYes34,342Midsize(City)
311Massachusetts Institute of Technology4 years, PrivateCambridge, MassachusettsDoctorateYes11,271Midsize(City)
413Amherst College4 years, PrivateAmherst, MassachusettsBachelorYes1,905Fringe(Town)
516Wellesley College4 years, PrivateWellesley, MassachusettsBachelorYes2,636Large(Suburb)
626Boston College4 years, PrivateChestnut Hill, MassachusettsDoctorateYes16,674Small(City)
732Tufts University4 years, PrivateMedford, MassachusettsDoctorateYes11,451Large(Suburb)
841College of the Holy Cross4 years, PrivateWorcester, MassachusettsBachelorYes2,991Midsize(City)
955Brandeis University4 years, PrivateWaltham, MassachusettsDoctorateYes6,271Small(City)
1066Smith College4 years, PrivateNorthampton, MassachusettsDoctorateYes3,269Large(Suburb)
1177Mount Holyoke College4 years, PrivateSouth Hadley, MassachusettsMasterYes2,554Large(Suburb)
1281Wheaton College4 years, PrivateNorton, MassachusettsBachelorYes1,655Large(Suburb)
1398Boston University4 years, PrivateBoston, MassachusettsDoctorateYes40,968Large(City)

Top 13 MA State College Tuition Comparison and Chart

Top 13 MA State College Tuition Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Williams College$ 42,938$ 252$ 800$ 13,151$ 42,938$ 252$ 800$ 13,151
Harvard University$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488
Amherst College$ 42,170$ 728$ 1,000$ 13,000$ 42,170$ 728$ 1,000$ 13,000
Wellesley College$ 40,410$ 250$ 800$ 13,840$ 40,410$ 250$ 800$ 13,840
Boston College$ 41,480$ 724$ 1,000$ 13,524$ 41,480$ 724$ 1,000$ 13,524
Tufts University$ 41,998$ 964$ 800$ 12,838$ 41,998$ 964$ 800$ 12,838
College of the Holy Cross$ 40,910$ 578$ 700$ 12,170$ 40,910$ 578$ 700$ 12,170
Brandeis University$ 40,514$ 1,346$ 1,000$ 13,556$ 40,514$ 1,346$ 1,000$ 13,556
Smith College$ 39,800$ 270$ 800$ 15,123$ 39,800$ 270$ 800$ 15,123
Mount Holyoke College$ 41,270$ 186$ 950$ 13,090$ 41,270$ 186$ 950$ 13,090
Wheaton College$ 41,600$ 294$ 940$ 11,730$ 41,600$ 294$ 940$ 11,730
Boston University$ 40,848$ 572$ 940$ 14,482$ 40,848$ 572$ 940$ 14,482


Arizona State 10 Years Tuition Rates and Costs Statistics Charts

FilterSee AllTuition ChangeYear On Year RatesCumulative Rates

We analyze Arizona State Tuition Rates for over the past 10 years (2003-2012). We provide tuition change graph, year on year tuition rate comparison chart, and 10 year cumulative tuition chart.

Arizona State Colleges General Information

Number of Schools
Total139
Public Schools29
Private Schools110
4 Years Schools52
2-4 Years Schools40
1-2 Years Schools47
Undergraduate Schools132
Graduate Schools27

10 Year Tuition Costs Change of Arizona Colleges

Arizona State 10 Years College Tuition Change Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State$6,132$6,610$7,179$7,578$8,185$8,598$7,423$7,805$8,310$8,641
Out-of-State$7,724$8,203$8,732$9,376$10,097$10,532$10,399$11,023$11,630$12,031

10 Year Tuition Rates (Year on Year) of Arizona Colleges

Arizona State 10 Years College Rates (Year on Year) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State-7.79%8.61%5.55%8.01%5.06%-13.67%5.14%6.47%3.98%
Out-of-State-6.19%6.45%7.37%7.70%4.30%-1.26%6.01%5.51%3.45%

10 Year Tuition Rates (Cumulative) of Arizona Colleges

Arizona State 10 Years College Tuition Rates (Cumulative) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State-7.79%17.07%23.57%33.47%40.21%21.05%27.28%35.51%40.91%
Out-of-State-6.19%13.05%21.38%30.72%36.34%34.62%42.71%50.57%55.76%

12 Top New York Colleges Tuition Comparison Listed in Best 100 US Colleges

New York State has 472 colleges and universities 115 public and 357 private schools. There are many good colleges in NY state and 12 schools (1 public, 11 private) are listed in the Best 100 US Colleges calculated and announced in July 2012.

Top ranked college, interestingly, is the United States Military Academy, second ranked college is Columbia University in the City of New York.

General Information Top 12 New York Colleges
Next Tables shows general information of each top 12 colleges and compares them. You can see detail information about your desired school by following links on the school names.

NY RankingUS RankingNameType & LevelLocationHighest Degree Compus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
17United States Military Academy4 years, PublicWest Point, New York BachelorYes 4,728Large(Suburb)
28Columbia University in the City of New York4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 27,257Large(City)
320Vassar College4 years, PrivatePoughkeepsie, New York MasterYes 2,672Large(Suburb)
448Colgate University4 years, PrivateHamilton, New York MasterYes 3,038Distant(Town)
551Cornell University4 years, PrivateIthaca, New York DoctorateYes 21,437Small(City)
658Barnard College4 years, PrivateNew York, New York BachelorYes 2,519Large(City)
762Union College4 years, PrivateSchenectady, New York BachelorYes 2,260Small(City)
864Hamilton College4 years, PrivateClinton, New York BachelorYes 1,998Fringe(Rural)
984Skidmore College4 years, PrivateSaratoga Springs, New York MasterYes 3,001Small(Suburb)
1091St Lawrence University4 years, PrivateCanton, New York MasterYes 2,615Remote(Town)
1197New York University4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 50,444Large(City)
12100University of Rochester4 years, PrivateRochester, New York DoctorateYes 10,834Midsize(City)

Top 12 NY State College Tuition Comparison and Chart

Top 12 NY State Colleges Tuition Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
United States Military Academy*$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0
Columbia University in the City of New York$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878
Vassar College$ 44,050$ 655$ 900$ 11,780$ 44,050$ 655$ 900$ 11,780
Colgate University$ 42,625$ 295$ 1,110$ 11,540$ 42,625$ 295$ 1,110$ 11,540
Cornell University$ 41,325$ 216$ 800$ 14,784$ 41,325$ 216$ 800$ 14,784
Barnard College$ 40,422$ 1,762$ 1,146$ 14,748$ 40,422$ 1,762$ 1,146$ 14,748
Union College$ 43,131$ 471$ 532$ 11,916$ 43,131$ 471$ 532$ 11,916
Hamilton College$ 42,220$ 420$ 1,300$ 11,330$ 42,220$ 420$ 1,300$ 11,330
Skidmore College$ 41,520$ 860$ 1,300$ 12,820$ 41,520$ 860$ 1,300$ 12,820
St Lawrence University$ 42,420$ 315$ 750$ 11,905$ 42,420$ 315$ 750$ 11,905
New York University$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182
University of Rochester$ 41,040$ 786$ 1,250$ 13,684$ 41,040$ 786$ 1,250$ 13,684
*United States Military Academy Tuition is not available due to lack of data


Top 11 California Colleges and Universities Tuition Comparison

767 Colleges and Universities are located in California State - 186 public and 581 private schools. According to the Forbes Top Colleges calculated and announced at July 2012, 11 California Colleges are ranked in Top 100 Colleges over the US.

General Information Top 11 California Colleges
Next Tables shows general information of each top 11 schools and compares them. You can see detail information about your desired school by following links on the school names.

CA RankingUS RankingNameType & LevelLocationHighest Degree Compus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
13Stanford University4 years, PrivateStanford, California DoctorateYes 22,026Large(Suburb)
29Pomona College4 years, PrivateClaremont, California BachelorYes 1,579Large(Suburb)
318California Institute of Technology4 years, PrivatePasadena, California DoctorateYes 2,274Midsize(City)
423Claremont McKenna College4 years, PrivateClaremont, California MasterYes 1,289Large(Suburb)
528Harvey Mudd College4 years, PrivateClaremont, California BachelorYes 823Large(Suburb)
645University of California-Los Angeles4 years, PublicLos Angeles, California DoctorateYes 40,863Large(City)
750University of California-Berkeley4 years, PublicBerkeley, California DoctorateYes 39,175Midsize(City)
854Scripps College4 years, PrivateClaremont, California BachelorYes 1,052Large(Suburb)
972Santa Clara University4 years, PrivateSanta Clara, California DoctorateYes 10,184Midsize(City)
1074Occidental College4 years, PrivateLos Angeles, California MasterYes 2,174Large(City)
1195University of Southern California4 years, PrivateLos Angeles, California DoctorateYes 40,515Large(City)


Top 11 California Colleges Tuition Comparison

Top 11 California Colleges Tuition Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Stanford University$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691
Pomona College$ 39,572$ 310$ 900$ 14,536$ 39,572$ 310$ 900$ 14,536
California Institute of Technology$ 36,387$ 1,317$ 1,323$ 15,063$ 36,387$ 1,317$ 1,323$ 15,063
Claremont McKenna College$ 41,995$ 245$ 900$ 14,725$ 41,995$ 245$ 900$ 14,725
Harvey Mudd College$ 42,140$ 270$ 800$ 14,758$ 42,140$ 270$ 800$ 14,758
University of California-Los Angeles$ 11,220$ 1,466$ 1,509$ 17,361$ 34,098$ 1,466$ 1,509$ 17,361
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596$ 34,098$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596
Scripps College$ 41,736$ 214$ 800$ 13,950$ 41,736$ 214$ 800$ 13,950
Santa Clara University$ 39,048$ 0$ 1,656$ 15,093$ 39,048$ 0$ 1,656$ 15,093
Occidental College$ 41,860$ 1,011$ 1,180$ 14,292$ 41,860$ 1,011$ 1,180$ 14,292
University of Southern California$ 42,162$ 656$ 1,500$ 13,558$ 42,162$ 656$ 1,500$ 13,558


University of Phoenix Online Division Has Over 500K Students

University of Phoenix Online Division, the largest school in US, has Over 500K students. Last year, the school reports 496,050 (409,538 undergraduate, 86,512 graduate) students as their population. It is a fact that they have over 500K students this year. In 2012, they have 300K enrolled students.

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Enrollment by School Level

2012 Univ. of Phoenix Enrollment by School Level Table
UndergraduateGraduate
Full Time253,01154,860
Part Time00


Enrollment by Gender

2012 Univ. of Phoenix Enrollment by Gender Table
UndergraduateGraduate
Total253,01154,860
Men74,93415,759
Women178,07739,101


Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

2012 Univ. of Phoenix Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity Table
Headcount
Total307,871
American Indian or Alaska Native3,079
Asian3,079
Black or African American58,495
Hispanic/Latino21,551
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander3,079
White123,148
Two or more races3,079
UnKnown83,125


Undergraduate School Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

2012 Univ. of Phoenix Undergraduate School Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity Table
Headcount
Total253,011
American Indian or Alaska Native2,530
Asian2,530
Black or African American45,542
Hispanic/Latino17,711
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander2,530
White106,265
Two or more races5,060
UnKnown68,313


Graduate School Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

2012 Univ. of Phoenix Graduate School Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity Table
Headcount
Total54,860
American Indian or Alaska Native549
Asian1,097
Black or African American12,618
Hispanic/Latino3,292
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander549
White19,201
Two or more races549
UnKnown15,909

Virgin Islands State Colleges and Universities Tuition Rates and Costs Chart

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We analyze Virgin Islands State Tuition Costs by School Type, Level, and Degree. Each Table summarizes tuition costs and we show graphical charts for the summarizing tables. You can see a specific tuition charts and tables by using filter on top of this article.

Virgin Islands State Colleges General Information

Number of Schools
Total1
Public Schools1
Private Schools0
4 Years Schools1
2-4 Years Schools0
1-2 Years Schools0
Undergraduate Schools1
Graduate Schools1

Undergraduate School Tuition and Expenses of Virgin Islands State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 3,990$ 11,970$ 604$ 1,750$ 11,584
Private$0$0$0$0

Graduate School Tuition and Expenses of Virgin Islands State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 5,940$ 11,880$ 508$ 1,750$ 11,584
Private$0$0$0$0

Public School Tuition and Expenses of Virgin Islands State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$ 3,990$ 11,970$ 604$ 1,750$ 11,584
Graduate$ 5,940$ 11,880$ 508$ 1,750$ 11,584

There is no Private School in Virgin Islands State.

4 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Virgin Islands State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 3,990$ 11,970$ 604$ 1,750$ 11,584
Private$0$ 604$ 1,750$ 11,584

There is no 2-4 Year School in Virgin Islands State.

There is no 1-2 Year School in Virgin Islands State.

Virgin Islands State 10 Years Tuition Rates and Costs Statistics Charts

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We analyze Virgin Islands State Tuition Rates for over the past 10 years (2003-2012). We provide tuition change graph, year on year tuition rate comparison chart, and 10 year cumulative tuition chart.

Virgin Islands State Colleges General Information

Number of Schools
Total1
Public Schools1
Private Schools0
4 Years Schools1
2-4 Years Schools0
1-2 Years Schools0
Undergraduate Schools1
Graduate Schools1

10 Year Tuition Costs Change of Virgin Islands Colleges

Virgin Islands State 10 Years College Tuition Change Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State$2,730$2,730$3,426$3,670$3,726$3,800$3,465$3,600$3,750$3,990
Out-of-State$8,190$8,190$9,426$10,200$10,326$10,400$10,395$10,800$11,240$11,970

10 Year Tuition Rates (Year on Year) of Virgin Islands Colleges

Virgin Islands State 10 Years College Rates (Year on Year) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State-0.00%25.49%7.12%1.53%1.99%-8.82%3.90%4.17%6.40%
Out-of-State-0.00%15.09%8.21%1.24%0.72%-0.05%3.90%4.07%6.49%

10 Year Tuition Rates (Cumulative) of Virgin Islands Colleges

Virgin Islands State 10 Years College Tuition Rates (Cumulative) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State-0.00%25.49%34.43%36.48%39.19%26.92%31.87%37.36%46.15%
Out-of-State-0.00%15.09%24.54%26.08%26.98%26.92%31.87%37.24%46.15%

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