Most Expensive U.S. Colleges and Universities, 2013
These are the 25 colleges and universities in the United States that cost the most to attend. The table includes data on the annual cost of attending these institutions based on tuition plus room and board and other required fees.
|1.||Sarah Lawrence College||$61,236|
|2.||New York University||$59,837|
|3.||Harvey Mudd College||$58,913|
|6.||Claremont McKenna College||$58,065|
|9.||University of Chicago||$57,711|
|11.||Trinity College (CT)||$57,530|
|12.||Eugene Lang College (The New School)||$57,340|
|13.||Johns Hopkins University||$57,320|
|17.||Fordham University - Lincoln Center||$57,188|
|19.||Fordham University - Rose Hill||$57,106|
|20.||Carnegie Mellon University||$57,104|
NOTES: Includes accredited four-year universities offering at least a bachelor's degree and having at least 800 students.
1. Total Cost = Tuition + Room and Board + Required Fees for academic year 2012–2013.
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