To get a top education these days you need to pay top dollar, but are the best colleges also the most expensive colleges?
The out-of-state tuition is increasing more and more as young people find it even more difficult to pay for school. Student out-of-state tuition has increased 3.1% from the price last year. This is happening because of an increase in college spending overall. Many top universities and colleges can’t handle the burden of the challenges they meet with up-to-date technology and student numbers continuously on the rise.
According to a new study recently published, the cost of tuition may have a lot to do with the education you receive, so here are the top 10 of the most expensive colleges. Do you agree?
This is according to data from the U.S. News & World Report:
TOP 10 Most Expensive Colleges
10 – University of California – Los Angeles = $35,574.00/year
9 – University of California – Riverside = $35,838.00/year
8 – University of California – Santa Cruz = $36,294.00/year
7 – University of California – Santa Barbara = $36,624.00/year
6 – University of Vermont = $36,646.00/year
5 – University of California – Davis = $36,774.00/year
4 – University of California – Irvine = $37,566.00/year
3 – College of William and Mary (VA) = $37,852/year
2 – University of Virginia = $39,844.00/year
1 – University of Michigan – Ann Arbor = $40,496.00 per year
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