Cooper Union Stops Full Grants for Undergraduate Students.

Cooper Union known as Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, One of the last free college, decides to charge undergraduate tuition. The Cooper Union previously granted each admitted student a full-tuition scholarship. However, due to financial concerns, that policy has been eliminated at April 23, 2013.

Cooper Union Overview
NameCooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Location7 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003-7120
Phone212-353-4100
Website
School Type4 or more years, Private (not-for-profit)
School SizeUnder 1,000
Undergraduate OfferYes
Graduate OfferYes
Campus settingLarge(City)
Campus housingYes
School Alias-
Student population1,020 (929 undergraduate, 91 graduate)
Student-to-faculty ratio11.11

Cooper Union Tuition Rates Over Past 3 Years
Tuition rates over past e years at the Cooper Union was around $19,000 per semester. Of course, the amount was fully covered by grants and scholarships. It is expected 2014 tuition remains near the $19,000. Next two tables shows tuition costs and financial aids at Cooper Union Last Year. For detail, you can access the full tuition and financial aid information about Cooper Union freely. In addition, you can see all statistics including admission, enrollment and other data at Cooper Unison Statistics.

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art - Tuition Overview
In-StateOut-0f-State
TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 37,500$ 1,650$ 1,400$ 15,995$ 37,500$ 1,650$ 1,400$ 15,995
Graduate$ 37,500$ 1,650$ 1,400$ 15,995$ 37,500$ 1,650$ 1,400$ 15,995

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art - Student Financial Aid
Grant AidsOther Financial AidsStudent Loans
2010$ 33,504$ 968$ 4,963
2011$ 36,264$ 1,151$ 3,294
2012$ 35,161$ 1,092$ 4,673

Private School Tuition and Expenses of New York State

It may help to compare tuition rates of Cooper Union and other private 4 year colleges (same as Cooper Union). Next table and chart shows tuition rates for private 4 year colleges in New York State. For more information about New York State Tuition, please see the New York State Tuition Statistics.

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 18,692$ 793$ 995$ 11,931
Graduate$ 17,742$ 604$ 940$ 12,162
Private School Tuition and Expenses of New York State Chart

Student Loan Chart By School Level

image source: ed.gov
Student loan helps students who want to get financial aid to attend colleges but did not have chance to get grants or scholarships. Last year almost 2 Million students were helped by the student loans both public and private schools.

We analyze the student loan data and compare it by college level - 4 years, 2 -4 years, and less than 2 years college.Last year 774,910 students helped by student loan and average loan amount per student $ 6,006.

Here, we provide 3 type of charts - number of received, total amount and average amount of student loan by school type. Each chart shows all students loan, federal students loan, and private student loan. If want to see the student loan data by state, see state data - all students loan, federal student loan, and private student loan.
Table. Total Numbers of Received Student Loan
StateAll Students LoanFederal Students LoanPrivate Students Loan
4 Year Colleges1,040,741941,89898,843
2-4 Year Colleges454,935426,05628,879
4 Year Certificate234,725213,11521,610

Table. Total Amount of Student Loan
StateAll Students LoanFederal Students LoanPrivate Students Loan
4 Year Colleges$ 6,460,179$ 5,542,940$ 917,239
2-4 Year Colleges$ 2,747,570$ 2,596,646$ 150,924
4 Year Certificate$ 1,478,247$ 1,364,077$ 114,170
in thousand dollars

Table. Average Student Loan Amount per Student
StateAll Students LoanFederal Students LoanPrivate Students Loan
4 Year Colleges$ 6,207$ 6,248$ 9,234
2-4 Year Colleges$ 6,039$ 5,969$ 5,955
4 Year Certificate$ 6,297$ 6,183$ 7,230


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Student Loan Comparison Between Public and Private Colleges


Student loan helps students who want to get financial aid to attend colleges but did not have chance to get grants or scholarships. Last year almost 2 Million students were helped by the student loans both public and private schools.

We analyze the student loan data and compare it between public and private schools. Last year 774,910 students helped by student loan and average loan amount per student $ 6,006.

Here, we provide 3 type of charts - number of received, total amount and average amount of student loan by school type. Each chart shows all students loan, federal students loan, and private student loan. If want to see the student loan data by state, see state data - all students loan, federal student loan, and private student loan.

Table. Total Numbers of Received Student Loan
StateAll Students LoanFederal Students LoanPrivate Students Loan
Public Colleges774,910724,05650,854
Private Colleges979,378865,688113,690


Table. Total Amount of Student Loan
StateAll Students LoanFederal Students LoanPrivate Students Loan
Public Colleges$ 4,248,429$ 3,836,081$ 412,348
Private Colleges$ 6,606,599$ 5,817,000$ 789,599
in thousand dollars

Table. Average Student Loan Amount per Student
StateAll Students LoanFederal Students LoanPrivate Students Loan
Public Colleges$ 5,482$ 5,003$ 7,175
Private Colleges$ 6,745$ 6,660$ 8,295


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Average Amount of Private Student Loan By State


Students who cannot get grants/scholarships or even federal student loan may seek private student loan to keep their life in campus. Usually, its interest rates are high relative to the federal student loan. In addition, it needs careful consideration for the loan provider. Besides the concerns, it may give a opportunity to build your future.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of private student loan per student who gets the private students loan by state.

Average Received Private Student Loan Amounts by State
Last Year, 164,544 students were helped by private students loan (around 10 % of total received numbers from any student loans.) The average amount of received private student loan for all colleges in all states was $ 7,883.  The average amount is higher than federal student loan ($ 5,950). We exclude 5 States or Region - American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands,Northern Marianas and Palau  - because no student gets federal students loan in the states..



Table. Average Received Private Student Loan Amounts by State
StateNumber ReceivedAverage Amount
Alabama2,803$ 6,701
Alaska195$ 5,821
Arizona1,958$ 8,154
Arkansas350$ 6,041
California16,252$ 8,687
Colorado1,722$ 8,289
Connecticut1,855$ 10,967
Delaware397$ 9,667
District of Columbia403$ 14,586
Florida11,486$ 6,779
Georgia4,196$ 7,306
Hawaii84$ 7,989
Idaho207$ 6,038
Illinois6,364$ 8,953
Indiana3,990$ 7,040
Iowa2,307$ 6,755
Kansas554$ 7,238
Kentucky1,139$ 6,351
Louisiana1,576$ 5,815
Maine949$ 9,174
Maryland2,045$ 8,235
Massachusetts6,347$ 9,804
Michigan6,785$ 6,870
Minnesota6,665$ 7,291
Mississippi245$ 7,357
Missouri2,633$ 6,987
Montana189$ 7,890
Nebraska477$ 7,613
Nevada739$ 8,078
New Hampshire1,397$ 9,335
New Jersey9,610$ 8,395
New Mexico552$ 7,217
New York8,814$ 10,235
North Carolina2,860$ 7,674
North Dakota1,222$ 7,036
Ohio6,657$ 7,215
Oklahoma967$ 6,992
Oregon1,218$ 8,411
Pennsylvania12,065$ 9,836
Rhode Island1,145$ 12,529
South Carolina1,391$ 7,619
South Dakota744$ 7,028
Tennessee1,850$ 8,141
Texas17,341$ 5,489
Utah537$ 6,890
Vermont673$ 10,031
Virginia3,140$ 8,205
Washington1,597$ 8,295
West Virginia720$ 7,537
Wisconsin3,862$ 7,452
Wyoming838$ 7,360
Puerto Rico432$ 2,535
Average3,164$ 7,883
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Average Amount of Federal Student Loan By State


Students and their parents are motivated by the students loans since budget of grants or scholarships is not enough to cover all students who want financial help for their campus life. Among many sources of the loan, the federal student loan is preferred by most students because its reliability and low interest rates.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of federal student loan per student who gets the federal students loan by state.

Average Received Federal Student Loan Amounts by State
Last Year, 1,589,744 students were helped by federal students loan (90.6 % of total received numbers from any student loans.) The average amount of received federal student loan for all colleges in all states was $ 5,948. We exclude 5 States or Region - American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands,Northern Marianas and Palau  - because no student gets federal students loan in the states..



Table. Average Received Federal Student Loan Amounts by State
StateNumber ReceivedAverage Amount
Alabama19,772$ 6,134
Alaska1,633$ 5,220
Arizona44,380$ 7,038
Arkansas12,895$ 5,389
California148,896$ 6,351
Colorado27,964$ 7,037
Connecticut20,478$ 6,044
Delaware6,102$ 5,180
District of Columbia5,300$ 5,847
Florida94,895$ 6,605
Georgia43,806$ 6,323
Hawaii2,729$ 5,740
Idaho8,094$ 6,657
Illinois56,898$ 6,204
Indiana43,814$ 6,789
Iowa26,851$ 6,317
Kansas17,098$ 6,047
Kentucky21,958$ 6,214
Louisiana21,744$ 5,985
Maine8,200$ 5,467
Maryland24,025$ 5,922
Massachusetts47,306$ 5,820
Michigan53,244$ 6,231
Minnesota30,780$ 6,768
Mississippi13,711$ 4,799
Missouri32,775$ 6,440
Montana4,924$ 5,414
Nebraska9,430$ 5,929
Nevada9,725$ 7,010
New Hampshire9,930$ 6,530
New Jersey43,869$ 6,327
New Mexico9,424$ 5,434
New York108,023$ 5,731
North Carolina36,390$ 6,314
North Dakota5,529$ 5,976
Ohio81,166$ 6,283
Oklahoma19,571$ 5,850
Oregon18,816$ 6,303
Pennsylvania97,473$ 6,388
Rhode Island10,492$ 6,283
South Carolina22,762$ 6,367
South Dakota6,447$ 5,809
Tennessee30,348$ 6,157
Texas108,573$ 6,207
Utah10,395$ 6,711
Vermont4,972$ 5,928
Virginia33,631$ 6,444
Washington19,764$ 6,299
West Virginia11,734$ 5,702
Wisconsin33,990$ 6,588
Wyoming2,744$ 4,936
Guam182$ 2,367
Puerto Rico3,960$ 3,124
Virgin Islands132$ 4,309
Average29,440$ 5,948

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Average Amount of Received Student Loan by State


Students and their parents are motivated by the students loans since budget of grants or scholarships is not enough to cover all students who want financial help for their campus life. Student loan may be not good way for your future, but, on the other side, it gives an opportunity to you for your future.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of student loan per student who gets any students loan by state.

Average Received Student Loan Amounts by State
Last Year, 1,754,288 students were helped by students loan and the average amount of received student loan for all colleges in all states was $ 6,006. We exclude 5 States or Region - American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands,Northern Marianas and Palau  - because no student gets students loan in the states.



Table. Average Received Student Loan Amounts by State
StateNumber ReceivedAverage Amount
Alabama22,575$ 6,445
Alaska1,828$ 6,114
Arizona46,338$ 6,794
Arkansas13,245$ 5,524
California165,148$ 6,364
Colorado29,686$ 6,662
Connecticut22,333$ 6,807
Delaware6,499$ 6,003
District of Columbia5,703$ 6,435
Florida106,381$ 6,602
Georgia48,002$ 5,599
Hawaii2,813$ 5,786
Idaho8,301$ 6,019
Illinois63,262$ 6,304
Indiana47,804$ 6,355
Iowa29,158$ 5,555
Kansas17,652$ 5,719
Kentucky23,097$ 5,836
Louisiana23,320$ 5,388
Maine9,149$ 6,462
Maryland26,070$ 6,124
Massachusetts53,653$ 6,214
Michigan60,029$ 6,165
Minnesota37,445$ 6,064
Mississippi13,956$ 5,386
Missouri35,408$ 5,951
Montana5,113$ 5,753
Nebraska9,907$ 5,205
Nevada10,464$ 6,259
New Hampshire11,327$ 6,769
New Jersey53,479$ 6,629
New Mexico9,976$ 6,457
New York116,837$ 5,854
North Carolina39,250$ 5,818
North Dakota6,751$ 5,835
Ohio87,823$ 6,173
Oklahoma20,538$ 5,868
Oregon20,034$ 6,247
Pennsylvania109,538$ 6,666
Rhode Island11,637$ 6,503
South Carolina24,153$ 6,316
South Dakota7,191$ 5,732
Tennessee32,198$ 5,914
Texas125,914$ 6,062
Utah10,932$ 5,581
Vermont5,645$ 6,269
Virginia36,771$ 6,262
Washington21,361$ 6,248
West Virginia12,454$ 6,039
Wisconsin37,852$ 5,812
Wyoming3,582$ 10,016
Guam182$ 2,367
Puerto Rico4,392$ 2,669
Virgin Islands132$ 4,309
Average32,487$ 6,006

Average Financial Aid Amounts for Colleges by State

Financial Aid such as scholarships, grants and student loans helps students and their parents to join colleges that they desire. Especially, as economy is down, the financial aid plays more important role for both college and students. Most colleges in US has own financial aid method and State or Government also have it. It may be not a good way but the student loan helps students to design their dream.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of financial aid by State. The average amount means estimated amount that a student gets from any kind of financial aid The financial aid includes scholarships form any source, federal, pell, local, or institutional grants, and students loans. Last year, the average amount of financial aid for all colleges (all states) was $ 8,793.


Average Financial Aid Amounts by State
Next chart shows average amount of financial aid by state. We exclude American Samoa, Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands,Northern Marianas and Palau because they no student gets financial aid.


Table. Average Financial Aid Amounts by State
StateAverage Amount
Alabama$ 8,956
Alaska$ 7,605
Arizona$ 10,673
Arkansas$ 7,815
California$ 8,967
Colorado$ 10,875
Connecticut$ 9,193
Delaware$ 8,323
District of Columbia$ 8,469
Florida$ 9,613
Georgia$ 10,118
Hawaii$ 7,037
Idaho$ 10,078
Illinois$ 8,716
Indiana$ 9,958
Iowa$ 9,595
Kansas$ 8,662
Kentucky$ 8,711
Louisiana$ 9,073
Maine$ 7,789
Maryland$ 8,561
Massachusetts$ 8,569
Michigan$ 9,067
Minnesota$ 9,590
Mississippi$ 8,087
Missouri$ 9,264
Montana$ 8,368
Nebraska$ 9,606
Nevada$ 11,234
New Hampshire$ 10,498
New Jersey$ 9,493
New Mexico$ 8,665
New York$ 8,210
North Carolina$ 8,807
North Dakota$ 9,918
Ohio$ 9,696
Oklahoma$ 8,176
Oregon$ 9,892
Pennsylvania$ 9,147
Rhode Island$ 8,905
South Carolina$ 9,012
South Dakota$ 9,406
Tennessee$ 9,053
Texas$ 8,810
Utah$ 9,818
Vermont$ 8,161
Virginia$ 9,154
Washington$ 9,463
West Virginia$ 8,425
Wisconsin$ 10,454
Wyoming$ 5,390
Guam$ 2,730
Puerto Rico$ 5,334
Virgin Islands$ 5,620
Average$ 8,793

Average In Sate Tuition Rates By State

We analyze and compare average college tuition by state. As you know, there 2 or 3 types of college tuition rates:in-district, in-state, and out-of-state. While private schools apply same tuition rates for in-state students and out-of-state students, most public schools keep lower tuition rates for in-state students that out-of-state tuition rates.

Here, we show average in-state college tuition by state. For in-state tuition, we analyze only tuition of public schools because private schools have same tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students and the tuition rates of private schools is high relative to the public school. We note that average in-state tuition for all states is $4,172 last year. If you want see detail information of particular state, follow link on the State name.

Average In-State College Tuition By State

Table. Average In-State Tuition Rates by State
StateIn-State TuitionOut-Of-State Tuition
Alabama$4,384 $11,446
Alaska$4,347 $12,991
Arizona$2,518 $12,633
Arkansas$2,999 $9,221
California$2,406 $15,539
Colorado$4,054 $14,108
Connecticut$4,347 $18,993
Delaware$4,824 $13,227
District of Columbia$6,380 $22,069
Florida$2,805 $14,508
Georgia$3,066 $12,003
Hawaii$3,547 $11,550
Idaho$3,373 $12,361
Illinois$6,813 $16,451
Indiana$5,115 $16,939
Iowa$4,195 $16,204
Kansas$2,751 $11,186
Kentucky$4,551 $14,977
Louisiana$2,772 $9,937
Maine$5,156 $18,156
Maryland$5,356 $16,339
Massachusetts$1,377 $22,548
Michigan$5,906 $14,135
Minnesota$5,676 $14,772
Mississippi$3,243 $9,112
Missouri$4,850 $13,211
Montana$3,427 $10,333
Nebraska$3,843 $12,151
Nevada$3,314 $15,276
New Hampshire$8,002 $19,657
New Jersey$6,254 $14,953
New Mexico$2,031 $9,256
New York$4,741 $16,492
North Carolina$2,338 $13,242
North Dakota$3,918 $8,238
Ohio$5,291 $15,399
Oklahoma$2,889 $11,275
Oregon$4,502 $16,545
Pennsylvania$9,048 $19,169
Rhode Island$6,473 $26,299
South Carolina$5,849 $14,471
South Dakota$3,150 $8,560
Tennessee$4,127 $15,816
Texas$3,229 $11,835
Utah$3,728 $13,857
Vermont$9,064 $26,305
Virginia$4,298 $15,732
Washington$4,262 $13,737
West Virginia$3,438 $10,891
Wisconsin$4,733 $15,084
Wyoming$1,803 $7,053
American Samoa$2,660 $2,940
Federated States of Micronesia$3,780 $3,780
Guam$4,140 $8,320
Marshall Islands$4,280 $4,280
Northern Marianas$2,280 $4,560
Palau$2,640 $3,000
Puerto Rico$1,833 $5,691
Virgin Islands$3,990 $11,970
Average$4,172 $13,234
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Average Out of State Tuition Rates by State

We analyze and compare average college tuition by state. As you know, there 2 or 3 types of college tuition rates:in-district, in-state, and out-of-state. While private schools apply same tuition rates for in-state students and out-of-state students, most public schools keep lower tuition rates for in-state students that out-of-state tuition rates.

Here, we show average out-of-state college tuition by State. To do this, we analyze and calculate tuition costs for both public and private schools. We note that average out-of-state college tuition for all states is $13,234. If you want see detail information of particular state, follow link on the State name.

Average Out-Of-State College Tuition By State

Table. Average Out-Of-State Tuition Rates by State
StateIn-State TuitionOut-Of-State Tuition
Alabama$4,384 $11,446
Alaska$4,347 $12,991
Arizona$2,518 $12,633
Arkansas$2,999 $9,221
California$2,406 $15,539
Colorado$4,054 $14,108
Connecticut$4,347 $18,993
Delaware$4,824 $13,227
District of Columbia$6,380 $22,069
Florida$2,805 $14,508
Georgia$3,066 $12,003
Hawaii$3,547 $11,550
Idaho$3,373 $12,361
Illinois$6,813 $16,451
Indiana$5,115 $16,939
Iowa$4,195 $16,204
Kansas$2,751 $11,186
Kentucky$4,551 $14,977
Louisiana$2,772 $9,937
Maine$5,156 $18,156
Maryland$5,356 $16,339
Massachusetts$1,377 $22,548
Michigan$5,906 $14,135
Minnesota$5,676 $14,772
Mississippi$3,243 $9,112
Missouri$4,850 $13,211
Montana$3,427 $10,333
Nebraska$3,843 $12,151
Nevada$3,314 $15,276
New Hampshire$8,002 $19,657
New Jersey$6,254 $14,953
New Mexico$2,031 $9,256
New York$4,741 $16,492
North Carolina$2,338 $13,242
North Dakota$3,918 $8,238
Ohio$5,291 $15,399
Oklahoma$2,889 $11,275
Oregon$4,502 $16,545
Pennsylvania$9,048 $19,169
Rhode Island$6,473 $26,299
South Carolina$5,849 $14,471
South Dakota$3,150 $8,560
Tennessee$4,127 $15,816
Texas$3,229 $11,835
Utah$3,728 $13,857
Vermont$9,064 $26,305
Virginia$4,298 $15,732
Washington$4,262 $13,737
West Virginia$3,438 $10,891
Wisconsin$4,733 $15,084
Wyoming$1,803 $7,053
American Samoa$2,660 $2,940
Federated States of Micronesia$3,780 $3,780
Guam$4,140 $8,320
Marshall Islands$4,280 $4,280
Northern Marianas$2,280 $4,560
Palau$2,640 $3,000
Puerto Rico$1,833 $5,691
Virgin Islands$3,990 $11,970
Average$4,172 $13,234
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Average College Tuition By State

We analyze and compare average college tuition by state. As you know, there 2 or 3 types of college tuition rates:in-district, in-state, and out-of-state. While private schools apply same tuition rates for in-state students and out-of-state students, most public schools keep lower tuition rates for in-state students that out-of-state tuition rates.

 Here, we show average college tuition (both in-state and out-of-state) by State. For in-state tuition, we analyze tuition of public schools because private schools have same tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students and the tuition rates of private schools is high relative to the public school. For out-of-state tuition, we analyze and calculate tuition costs for both public and private schools.

 We note that average college tuition for all states is $4,172 for in-state tuition and $13,234 for out-of-state tuition. If you want see detail information of particular state, follow link on the State name.


Average College Tuition By State

Table. Average College Tuition Rates by State (2012)
Statein-stateout-of-state
Alabama$4,384 $11,446
Alaska$4,347 $12,991
Arizona$2,518 $12,633
Arkansas$2,999 $9,221
California$2,406 $15,539
Colorado$4,054 $14,108
Connecticut$4,347 $18,993
Delaware$4,824 $13,227
District of Columbia$6,380 $22,069
Florida$2,805 $14,508
Georgia$3,066 $12,003
Hawaii$3,547 $11,550
Idaho$3,373 $12,361
Illinois$6,813 $16,451
Indiana$5,115 $16,939
Iowa$4,195 $16,204
Kansas$2,751 $11,186
Kentucky$4,551 $14,977
Louisiana$2,772 $9,937
Maine$5,156 $18,156
Maryland$5,356 $16,339
Massachusetts$1,377 $22,548
Michigan$5,906 $14,135
Minnesota$5,676 $14,772
Mississippi$3,243 $9,112
Missouri$4,850 $13,211
Montana$3,427 $10,333
Nebraska$3,843 $12,151
Nevada$3,314 $15,276
New Hampshire$8,002 $19,657
New Jersey$6,254 $14,953
New Mexico$2,031 $9,256
New York$4,741 $16,492
North Carolina$2,338 $13,242
North Dakota$3,918 $8,238
Ohio$5,291 $15,399
Oklahoma$2,889 $11,275
Oregon$4,502 $16,545
Pennsylvania$9,048 $19,169
Rhode Island$6,473 $26,299
South Carolina$5,849 $14,471
South Dakota$3,150 $8,560
Tennessee$4,127 $15,816
Texas$3,229 $11,835
Utah$3,728 $13,857
Vermont$9,064 $26,305
Virginia$4,298 $15,732
Washington$4,262 $13,737
West Virginia$3,438 $10,891
Wisconsin$4,733 $15,084
Wyoming$1,803 $7,053
American Samoa$2,660 $2,940
Federated States of Micronesia$3,780 $3,780
Guam$4,140 $8,320
Marshall Islands$4,280 $4,280
Northern Marianas$2,280 $4,560
Palau$2,640 $3,000
Puerto Rico$1,833 $5,691
Virgin Islands$3,990 $11,970
Average$4,172 $13,234

Most Expensive College Room & Board Costs


Since Room & Board cost is unavoidable expenses in campus life, the costs is included total expenses for estimating tuition costs. It depends on housing and meal plans you choose. For example, on campus housing and campus meal plans may save some your money or you can choose on campus meal plans living off campus. Of course, if you are stay with your parent or relatives, you can save big money for the room & board.

Here, we analyze and list 30 schools which have expensive room & board costs last year. We note that average room & board charge last year around 8,000. You can see detail cost information of each school by following link on each school name.


Most Expensive College Room & Board Charge

Table. Most Expensive College Room & Board Charge
RankingCollege NameCityStateRoom & Board ($)
1Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation CenterFishersvilleVA18,180
2Berklee College of MusicBostonMA16,460
3University of California-BerkeleyBerkeleyCA15,272
4Fordham UniversityBronxNY14,926
5University of California-Santa CruzSanta CruzCA14,727
6Commonwealth Technical InstituteJohnstownPA14,270
7University of California-Los AngelesLos AngelesCA13,979
8The New England Institute of ArtBrooklineMA13,800
9Fisher CollegeBostonMA13,786
10University of California-MercedMercedCA13,720
11Quinnipiac UniversityHamdenCT13,430
12Emerson CollegeBostonMA13,398
13Lincoln Technical Institute-HartfordHartfordCT13,351
14University of California-Santa BarbaraSanta BarbaraCA13,110
15Columbia College-ChicagoChicagoIL13,039
16St John's SeminaryCamarilloCA13,000
17The Juilliard SchoolNew YorkNY12,770
18American Jewish UniversityLos AngelesCA12,764
19Emmanuel CollegeBostonMA12,750
20Hellenic College-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of TheologyBrooklineMA12,740
21Loyola Marymount UniversityLos AngelesCA12,722
22University of California-DavisDavisCA12,697
23University of ChicagoChicagoIL12,633
24Marywood UniversityScrantonPA12,520
25Mount Ida CollegeNewtonMA12,500
25Bates CollegeLewistonME12,500
27Life UniversityMariettaGA12,480
27Webb InstituteGlen CoveNY12,480
29Wheelock CollegeBostonMA12,370
30Lasell CollegeNewtonMA12,300

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