33 Online Only Colleges Tuition & Fees


Tuition Information for Online Only Schools
Online only colleges are getting widely attention recently. Not only the age of 20 just graduated high school, but also any people who already has college degrees and works in their fields wants to attend colleges to get a degree or certification. The online only colleges just fit for them.

Here, we list of 33 online only colleges with their tuition & fees. Average tuition for online online schools is $11,260 where maximum tuition is $19,812 for Argosy university Phoenix Online and minimum is $4,895 for Columbia Southern University. The list shows highest first. Due to the lack of data, 9 of those 33 schools are listed without tuition information.

Tuition & Fees for Online Only Schools

Table. Online Only Shools Tuition & Fees
College NameCityStateAmount($)
Argosy University-Phoenix Online DivisionPhoenixAZ19,812
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh-Online DivisionPittsburghPA18,520
Daymar College-OnlineLouisvilleKY16,790
Strayer University-Global RegionWashingtonDC14,805
San Joaquin Valley College-OnlineVisaliaCA14,415
Remington CollegeHeathrowFL14,250
Azusa Pacific Online UniversityGlendoraCA13,950
South University–SavannahSavannahGA13,567
Ellis UniversityChicagoIL13,560
American InterContinental University-OnlineHoffman EstatesIL13,050
Colorado Technical University-OnlineColorado SpringsCO12,760
International Academy of Design and Technology-OnlineTampaFL12,600
Jones International UniversityCentennialCO12,480
Walden UniversityMinneapolisMN10,610
University of Phoenix-Online CampusPhoenixAZ10,025
Northcentral UniversityPrescott ValleyAZ8,808
New England College of Business and FinanceBostonMA7,875
Taft University SystemSanta AnaCA7,395
Grantham UniversityKansas CityMO6,390
Trident University InternationalCypressCA6,120
American Public University SystemCharles TownWV6,000
Western Governors UniversitySalt Lake CityUT5,870
National Paralegal CollegePhoenixAZ5,691
Columbia Southern UniversityOrange BeachAL4,895
Johnson & Wales University-OnlineProvidenceRIN/A
Allied American UniversityLaguna HillsCAN/A
American College of TechnologySaint JosephMON/A
City Vision CollegeKansas CityMON/A
Excelsior CollegeAlbanyNYN/A
Charter Oak State CollegeNew BritainCTN/A
Frontier Nursing UniversityHydenKYN/A
American College of EducationChicagoILN/A
Aspen UniversityDenverCON/A

Highest Graduate Schools Application Fees


Most colleges requires application fees for applicants for graduate school. Last year average application fees for graduate school was around $ 50

Here, we list top 25 graduate schools which requires expensive application fees for their applicants. Only 2 colleges require over $ 300 and another 2 colleges require over $ 200 as application fees. Application fees for most graduate schools ranges between $ 75 and $150.

Most Expensive Application Fees for Graduate Schools

Table. Most Expensive Application Fees for Graduate Schools
College NameCityStateApplication Fees ($)
American CollegeBryn MawrPA350
Academy for Jewish Religion-CaliforniaLos AngelesCA300
Institute of Taoist Education and AcupunctureLouisvilleCO200
Mesivta Torah Vodaath Rabbinical SeminaryBrooklynNY200
Curtis Institute of MusicPhiladelphiaPA150
Dallas Christian CollegeDallasTX150
Thomas UniversityThomasvilleGA150
Kuyper CollegeGrand RapidsMI150
Academy for Five Element AcupunctureGainesvilleFL150
Beth Medrash GovohaLakewoodNJ125
Thunderbird School of Global ManagementGlendaleAZ125
Stanford UniversityStanfordCA125
CUNY Bernard M Baruch CollegeNew YorkNY125
CUNY Brooklyn CollegeBrooklynNY125
CUNY College of Staten IslandStaten IslandNY125
CUNY City CollegeNew YorkNY125
CUNY Graduate School and University CenterNew YorkNY125
CUNY Hunter CollegeNew YorkNY125
CUNY John Jay College of Criminal JusticeNew YorkNY125
CUNY Lehman CollegeBronxNY125
CUNY Queens CollegeFlushingNY125
CUNY York CollegeJamaicaNY125
United States Merchant Marine AcademyKings PointNY125
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyNewarkNJ115
The New England Conservatory of MusicBostonMA115

Most Expensive Application Fee For Undergraduate Students


Most colleges requires application fees for applicants for both undergraduate and graduate school. Last year average application fees for undergraduate school was around $ 54 and, for 4 years colleges and universities, the average around $ 75.

Here, we list colleges which requires the highest application fees for undergraduate students. First, for all colleges including community colleges and training centers, top 25 colleges having most expensive application fees are listed in next table. Top 2 colleges, Sh'or Yoshuv Rabbinical College and Cosmopolitan Beauty & Tech School require more than $ 400.

Most Expensive Application Fees among All Colleges and Universities

Table. Most Expensive Application Fees among All Colleges and Universities
College NameCityStateApplication Fees ($)
Sh'or Yoshuv Rabbinical CollegeLawrenceNY460
Cosmopolitan Beauty & Tech SchoolAnnandaleVA450
P B Cosmetology Education CenterGloucesterNJ300
Yeshivah Gedolah Rabbinical CollegeMiami BeachFL300
Rochester School of Hair DesignRochesterMN250
Salinas Beauty College IncSalinasCA250
Golden State College of Court ReportingDublinCA250
Stage One-The Hair SchoolLake CharlesLA250
Champion Institute of CosmetologyPalm SpringsCA250
Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of RocklandSuffernNY250
Trend Setters School of CosmetologyCape GirardeauMO200
French Academy of CosmetologySpring LakeMI200
Josef's School of Hair Design Inc-Fargo WestFargoND200
Northland Career CenterPlatte CityMO200
Ulster County BOCES-School of Practical NursingPort EwenNY200
The Salon Professional Academy-LewisvilleLewisvilleTX200
The Salon Professional AcademySt. CharlesMO200
The Salon Professional Academy-WillistonWillistonVT200
Sebring Career Schools-HuntsvilleHuntsvilleTX200
State College of Beauty Culture IncWausauWI200
Mesivta Torah Vodaath Rabbinical SeminaryBrooklynNY200
The Academy of Radio and TV BroadcastingHuntington BeachCA200
Nutek Academy of Beauty IncMount SterlingKY200
Paul Mitchell the School-EscanabaEscanabaMI200
Veeb Nassau County School of Practical NursingUniondaleNY175

Next, we rank again top 25 colleges among classified as 4 years or more colleges (mostly BS degree and More degree offered colleges). Interestingly, the college on the top requires $ 100 which is much less relative to first table. and 16 more schools which are not in the list are tied at $ 75 and 17 schools have $70 as application fees. In fact, there is no big difference between 4 years colleges.

Most Expensive Application Fees among 4 Years Colleges and Universities

Table. Most Expensive Application Fees among 4 Year Colleges and Universities
College NameCityStateApplication Fees ($)
Coleman UniversitySan DiegoCA100
Sullivan UniversityLouisvilleKY100
Plaza CollegeJackson HeightsNY100
Skyline College-RoanokeRoanokeVA100
Southern California Institute of TechnologyAnaheimCA100
Virginia College-BirminghamBirminghamAL100
Virginia College-HuntsvilleHuntsvilleAL100
Linfield College-Adult Degree ProgramMcMinnvilleOR100
Averett University-Non-Traditional ProgramsDanvilleVA100
Digital Media Arts CollegeBoca RatonFL100
Stanford UniversityStanfordCA90
Columbia University in the City of New YorkNew YorkNY80
Excelsior CollegeAlbanyNY80
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillChapel HillNC80
Villanova UniversityVillanovaPA80
University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaPA75
Brown UniversityProvidenceRI75
Drexel UniversityPhiladelphiaPA75
Duke UniversityDurhamNC75
Cornell UniversityIthacaNY75
Manhattanville CollegePurchaseNY75
Dartmouth CollegeHanoverNH75
Kean UniversityUnionNJ75
Thomas Edison State CollegeTrentonNJ75
The College of New JerseyEwingNJ75

25 4-Years Colleges Having Lowest Total Cost of Attendance for In-State Students Living on Campus

The Total cost for college attendance includes tuition, fees, books & supplies, room & board, and other living expenses for attending colleges. Here, we analyze the 25 4-Years colleges having lowest total cost of attendance for In-State students living on campus last year. As expected, those colleges are all public schools.


You can check detail information of each school including tuition, fees, living costs, and financial aids statistics by following link on the school name in next table.

25 Lowest Attendance Cost for 4-Years Colleges for In-State Students Living on Campus
RankSchool NameCityStateTotal Costs
1Rio Grande Bible InstituteEdinburgTX6,194
2Cathedral Bible CollegeMyrtle BeachSC6,300
3United States Merchant Marine AcademyKings PointNY7,740
4Haskell Indian Nations UniversityLawrenceKS7,760
5Southeastern Baptist CollegeLaurelMS7,790
6Universidad Teologica del CaribeTrujillo AltoPR8,350
7Berea CollegeBereaKY9,204
8United Tribes Technical CollegeBismarckND9,220
9Summit Christian CollegeGeringNE9,225
10Apostolic Bible Institute IncSaint PaulMN9,470
11Kehilath Yakov Rabbinical SeminaryOssiningNY9,500
12Baptist Missionary Association Theological SeminaryJacksonvilleTX10,000
13New Orleans Baptist Theological SeminaryNew OrleansLA10,050
14Universidad Pentecostal MizpaRio PiedrasPR10,476
15Dine CollegeTsaileAZ10,555
16Alaska Bible CollegeGlennallenAK10,730
17Oglala Lakota CollegeKyleSD10,846
18Elizabeth City State UniversityElizabeth CityNC11,071
19Oklahoma Panhandle State UniversityGoodwellOK11,346
20Allegheny Wesleyan CollegeSalemOH11,357
21Chipola CollegeMariannaFL11,395
22Mirrer Yeshiva Cent InstituteBrooklynNY11,700
23Kentucky Mountain Bible CollegeVancleveKY11,715
24Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology-OkmulgeeOkmulgeeOK11,784
25Bais Medrash ElyonMonseyNY11,800

Top 25 Colleges Having Highest Total Cost of Attendance for In-State Students Living on Campus

The Total cost for college attendance includes tuition, fees, books & supplies, room & board, and other living expenses for attending colleges. Here, we analyze top 25 colleges having highest total cost of attendance for In-State students living on campus last year. As expected, those colleges are all private schools. New York state have the most 6 schools and California is next, 4 schools.


You can check detail information of each school including tuition, fees, living costs, and financial aids statistics by following link on the school name in next table.

Top 25 Highest Attendance Cost Colleges for In-State Students Living on Campus
RankSchool NameCityStateTotal Costs
1Aerosim Flight AcademySanfordFL82,824
2Aviator College of Aeronautical Science and TechnologyFort PierceFL73,450
3Landmark CollegePutneyVT62,230
4Sarah Lawrence CollegeBronxvilleNY60,116
5University of ChicagoChicagoIL59,950
6Columbia University in the City of New YorkNew YorkNY59,208
7Washington University in St LouisSaint LouisMO58,901
8New York UniversityNew YorkNY58,858
9Northwestern UniversityEvanstonIL58,829
10Fordham UniversityBronxNY58,732
11Dartmouth CollegeHanoverNH58,638
12The Boston ConservatoryBostonMA58,573
13Vanderbilt UniversityNashvilleTN58,554
14Wesleyan UniversityMiddletownCT58,371
15Occidental CollegeLos AngelesCA58,343
16Bennington CollegeBenningtonVT58,310
17Bard CollegeAnnandale-On-HudsonNY58,292
18Yale UniversityNew HavenCT58,250
19Cleveland Institute of MusicClevelandOH58,242
20Franklin W. Olin College of EngineeringNeedhamMA58,200
21Georgetown UniversityWashingtonDC58,125
22Barnard CollegeNew YorkNY58,078
23Harvey Mudd CollegeClaremontCA57,968
24University of Southern CaliforniaLos AngelesCA57,876
25Claremont McKenna CollegeClaremontCA57,865

Top 10 Law School Tuition Comparison Chart

USNews announced the law school raking for year 2012. And top 10 of the ranking has 7 private schools and 3 public schools. In this article, we analyze tuition and expenses of those schools and compare costs between them.

 First, we list and compare those schools in general characteristics. Next tables shows short comparison between them. You can freely access all comparison statistics and charts of those schools (of course including each school data)at top 10 law school comparison page.


General Comparison
RankingNameType & LevelLocationHighest Degree Campus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
1Yale University4 years, PrivateNew Haven, Connecticut DoctorateYes 12,893Midsize(City)
2Stanford University4 years, PrivateStanford, California DoctorateYes 22,026Large(Suburb)
3Harvard University4 years, PrivateCambridge, Massachusetts DoctorateYes 34,342Midsize(City)
4Columbia University in the City of New York4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 27,257Large(City)
5University of Chicago4 years, PrivateChicago, Illinois DoctorateYes 17,645Large(City)
6New York University4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 50,444Large(City)
7University of California-Berkeley4 years, PublicBerkeley, California DoctorateYes 39,175Midsize(City)
8University of Pennsylvania4 years, PrivatePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania DoctorateYes 28,453Large(City)
9University of Virginia-Main Campus4 years, PublicCharlottesville, Virginia DoctorateYes 30,731Small(City)
10University of Michigan-Ann Arbor4 years, PublicAnn Arbor, Michigan DoctorateYes 44,453Midsize(City)

Tuition and Cost Comparison Chart
Next Tables shows the comparison results between top 10 law schools as table and chart. Average tuition is $ 38,401 ( $31,166 calculated by applying in-state tuition of 3 public schools). On-campus average living cost is $ 14,361. Detail information of the comparison including financial aids can be found at college tuition comparison page.


Top 10 Law School Tuition Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Yale University$ 40,500$ 0$ 3,150$ 14,600$ 40,500$ 0$ 3,150$ 14,600
Stanford University$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691
Harvard University$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149
Columbia University in the City of New York$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878
University of Chicago$ 41,853$ 930$ 1,300$ 14,870$ 41,853$ 930$ 1,300$ 14,870
New York University$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596$ 34,098$ 1,614$ 1,202$ 18,596
University of Pennsylvania$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102
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


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