2013 Ivy League Tuition and Living Costs Comparison Chart

The Ivy League is used to refer to eight schools as a group. The eight schools are are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. The schools are all private institutions and located in Northeastern US.

We analyze 2013 tuition of the eight member of Ivy League. It may be helpful to who wants to be a member of one of members of the Ivy League.



Institution Characteristic Comparison

LocationSchool TypeDegree OfferCampus SettingCampus HousingDistance Learning
Princeton UniversityPrinceton, NJPrivateBS, MS, OtherSub-urban - Large YesNo
Yale UniversityNew Haven, CTPrivateBS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Midsize YesYes
Brown UniversityProvidence, RIPrivateBS, Post BS, MS, OtherCity - Midsize YesNo
Columbia University in the City of New YorkNew York, NYPrivateBS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Large YesYes
Cornell UniversityIthaca, NYPrivateBS, MS, OtherCity - Small YesNo
Dartmouth CollegeHanover, NHPrivateBS, MS, OtherTown - RemoteYesNo
Harvard UniversityCambridge, MAPrivateAS, BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Midsize YesNo
University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PAPrivate1 Year Cert, 2 Year Cert, AS, 4 Year Cert, BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Large YesYes

Following chart and table show the tuition comparison data between Ivy League members. You can see full detail of comparison here - Ivy League Tuition Comparison. Also, All statistic comparison between ivy league schools  is available.

2013 Ivy League Colleges Tuition Comparison Chart



2013 Ivy League Tuition Comparison Table

2013 Ivy League Tuition Comparison
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Brown University$ 42,808$ 950$ 1,360$ 13,022
Columbia University in the City of New York$ 45,028$ 2,218$ 1,040$ 13,254
Cornell University$ 44,185$ 228$ 820$ 15,358
Dartmouth College$ 43,782$ 1,260$ 1,980$ 14,376
Harvard University$ 37,576$ 3,290$ 1,000$ 15,184
Princeton University$ 38,650$ 887$ 1,200$ 14,043
University of Pennsylvania$ 39,088$ 4,650$ 1,210$ 14,652
Yale University$ 42,300$ 0$ 3,300$ 13,720

US Graduate School Tuition Costs by States

We analyze and compare tuition costs for graduate schools by state. The in-state tuition is analyzed for only public schools. Average tuition of Graduate school was $3,574 for in-state and $14,443 for out-of-state last year. See state tuition detail by following link on each state name.
State(number of schools)In-State TuitionOut-of-State TuitionIn-State FeesOut-of-Sate FeesBook & Supplies
Alabama (28)$3,448$13,151 $685$685$1,276
Alaska (4)$4,464$16,515 $707$707$1,171
Arizona (24)$4,467$17,752 $643$643$1,327
Arkansas (16)$2,311$12,027 $801$801$1,158
California (190)$4,535$18,370 $736$736$1,556
Colorado (34)$3,884$15,520 $751$753$1,419
Connecticut (24)$3,077$17,726 $1,368$1,679$1,195
Delaware (8)$7,682$14,707 $399$399$1,400
District of Columbia (18)$3,790$19,737 $500$500$1,446
Florida (84)$4,453$15,719 $731$831$1,243
Georgia (53)$2,464$15,468 $1,143$1,143$1,295
Hawaii (10)$4,836$15,101 $608$608$1,132
Idaho (8)$2,128$12,273 $1,652$1,652$1,371
Illinois (84)$3,693$16,331 $746$746$1,255
Indiana (49)$3,072$14,784 $490$490$1,189
Iowa (31)$3,761$12,590 $538$538$1,135
Kansas (22)$2,618$10,366 $600$600$1,219
Kentucky (32)$4,059$11,188 $420$420$1,308
Louisiana (29)$2,390$11,352 $1,041$2,258$1,236
Maine (13)$4,480$17,871 $1,006$1,006$1,120
Maryland (37)$4,044$13,600 $920$920$1,198
Massachusetts (75)$2,056$20,333 $1,622$1,920$1,001
Michigan (56)$5,689$15,337 $537$537$1,255
Minnesota (39)$3,950$12,638 $475$475$1,411
Mississippi (16)$2,676$10,866 $465$1,301$1,405
Missouri (58)$3,158$11,854 $523$523$1,138
Montana (7)$2,530$16,461 $1,643$2,539$1,071
Nebraska (23)$2,690$10,344 $779$779$1,114
Nevada (9)$2,340$16,765 $997$997$1,225
New Hampshire (14)$4,515$18,387 $707$707$1,178
New Jersey (35)$5,961$16,573 $1,516$1,516$1,366
New Mexico (13)$1,947$13,522 $783$783$1,136
New York (172)$4,279$17,342 $735$735$988
North Carolina (47)$1,944$12,750 $1,289$1,289$1,136
North Dakota (6)$2,721$9,403 $916$916$1,000
Ohio (86)$4,675$15,622 $529$529$1,238
Oklahoma (27)$1,740$11,735 $1,018$1,018$1,195
Oregon (30)$6,087$16,785 $1,344$1,344$1,216
Pennsylvania (118)$6,486$17,248 $827$887$1,260
Rhode Island (10)$4,219$21,544 $615$615$1,347
South Carolina (28)$4,381$13,632 $1,333$2,289$1,452
South Dakota (14)$1,893$10,127 $1,801$1,801$1,236
Tennessee (49)$3,488$15,330 $1,012$1,019$1,346
Texas (95)$2,232$12,681 $1,307$1,309$1,183
Utah (17)$2,418$14,200 $555$555$1,426
Vermont (18)$5,667$21,378 $831$831$1,056
Virginia (48)$4,151$14,978 $1,142$1,267$1,191
Washington (32)$4,871$18,365 $564$564$1,004
West Virginia (18)$2,393$10,280 $1,391$1,618$1,307
Wisconsin (44)$3,686$13,744 $924$924$957
Wyoming (2)$1,818$11,299 $960$960$1,200
Guam (2)$2,322$9,291 $524$524$1,135
Puerto Rico (40)$1,378$5,099 $968$968$1,200
Virgin Islands (1)$2,970$11,880 $508$508$1,750


Top 5 Alabama Colleges Tuition Comparison

There are 91 colleges and universities at Alabama State - 42 public and 49 private schools (see information about Alabama State Colleges). Among them we pick top 5 colleges from Forbes college ranking and USNews College Ranking. The top 5 list includes Birmingham Southern College, Samford University, Auburn University, The University of Alabama, and University of Alabama at Huntsville.

General Information of Top 5 Alabama Colleges 
Next Table shows general information of the Top Alabama Colleges. Follow the link on each college name to see full tuition and financial information of the school.
RankingNameType & LevelLocationHighest Degree Campus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
1Birmingham Southern College4 years, PrivateBirmingham, Alabama BachelorYes 1,594Midsize(City)
2Samford University4 years, PrivateBirmingham, Alabama DoctorateYes 5,190Large(Suburb)
3Auburn University4 years, PublicAuburn University, Alabama DoctorateYes 26,840Small(City)
4The University of Alabama4 years, PublicTuscaloosa, Alabama DoctorateYes 33,681Small(City)
5University of Alabama at Huntsville4 years, PublicHuntsville, Alabama DoctorateYes 8,976Midsize(City)

Tuition Comparison between Top 5 Alabama Colleges
Next table and chart compares tuition and living costs for top 5 colleges in Alabama State. You can see detail information including tuition, fees, living costs, and financial aids of each school as following link on each college name. And Alabama Top 5 College Tuition comparison can be found at Top College Tuition in Alabama page.
Top 5 Alabama Colleges Tuition Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Birmingham Southern College$ 28,250$ 1,040$ 1,260$ 10,720$ 28,250$ 1,040$ 1,260$ 10,720
Samford University$ 23,423$ 540$ 1,000$ 11,932$ 23,423$ 540$ 1,000$ 11,932
Auburn University$ 7,296$ 1,402$ 1,100$ 12,554$ 21,888$ 1,402$ 1,100$ 12,554
The University of Alabama$ 8,600$ 0$ 1,100$ 14,239$ 21,900$ 0$ 1,100$ 14,239
University of Alabama at Huntsville$ 8,094$ 0$ 1,567$ 12,030$ 19,424$ 0$ 1,567$ 12,030


Top 10 Accounting Graduate Schools Tuition Comparison

Accounting Program is a popular MBA program in US. The US News Education Department has calculated the MBA accounting program ranking in 2013. We compare tuition costs of top 10 accounting graduate schools as table and chart below. You can see detail tuition and costs information of your desired schools by following its name.

General Information
RankingNameType & LevelLocationHighest Degree Campus HousingPopulationCampus Setting
1The University of Texas at Austin4 years, PublicAustin, Texas DoctorateYes 55,620Large(City)
2University of Pennsylvania4 years, PrivatePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania DoctorateYes 28,453Large(City)
3University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign4 years, PublicChampaign, Illinois DoctorateYes 47,146Small(City)
4University of Chicago4 years, PrivateChicago, Illinois DoctorateYes 17,645Large(City)
5University of Michigan-Ann Arbor4 years, PublicAnn Arbor, Michigan DoctorateYes 44,453Midsize(City)
6Stanford University4 years, PrivateStanford, California DoctorateYes 22,026Large(Suburb)
7Brigham Young University-Provo4 years, PrivateProvo, Utah DoctorateYes 40,203Midsize(City)
8University of Southern California4 years, PrivateLos Angeles, California DoctorateYes 40,515Large(City)
9New York University4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 50,444Large(City)
10University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill4 years, PublicChapel Hill, North Carolina DoctorateYes 32,426Small(City)

Tuition Costs Comparison
Next table and chart compare tuition,fees, and living costs between best 10 accounting MBA colleges. You can see more comparison chart including in-state, out-of-state, on-campus and off-campus living costs, scholarships, and financial aids at top 10 accounting colleges comparison page.
Top 10 Accounting MBA schools tuition comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
The University of Texas at Austin$ 9,794$ 0$ 874$ 14,046$ 32,506$ 0$ 874$ 14,046
University of Pennsylvania$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$ 11,847$ 2,734$ 1,200$ 12,590$ 27,219$ 2,734$ 1,200$ 12,590
University of Chicago$ 41,853$ 930$ 1,300$ 14,870$ 41,853$ 930$ 1,300$ 14,870
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 12,440$ 194$ 1,048$ 11,522$ 37,588$ 194$ 1,048$ 11,522
Stanford University$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691
Brigham Young University-Provo$ 4,560$ 0$ 900$ 11,128$ 4,560$ 0$ 900$ 11,128
University of Southern California$ 42,162$ 656$ 1,500$ 13,558$ 42,162$ 656$ 1,500$ 13,558
New York University$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182$ 39,344$ 2,262$ 1,070$ 16,182
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$ 5,128$ 1,881$ 1,150$ 13,156$ 24,953$ 1,881$ 1,150$ 13,156

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