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The Most Expensive College In Each State

SimiOctober 14, 2018
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Texas: Southern Methodist University

2018-19: Annual Tuition and Fees $54,493

2018-19: Room and Board $16,845

Founded in 1911, this university has an undergraduate enrollment of 6,452 students. The main campus of 234 acres is located north of Dallas. Despite its name, it is nonsectarian in its teaching.  Undergraduates receive a unique education through a program which sends students to the school’s campus in the mountains of New Mexico. SMU also has well-regarded graduate programs.

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The student-faculty ratio is 11:1, and 59.1% of classes have fewer than 20 students. Some popular majors include business, management, marketing, communication, journalism, social sciences, engineering and visual and performing arts. The four-year graduation rate is 71%, and 31% of full-time undergraduates receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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Utah: Westminster College

2018-19: Annual Tuition and Fees $34,000

2018-19: Room and Board $9,524

Founded in 1875, this college has an undergraduate enrollment of 2,030 students, 59% of whom are female. The campus of 27 acres is located in Salt Lake City. The college has more than 70 academic programs, 38 undergraduate majors and 12 graduate degree programs.

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The student-faculty ratio is 9:1, and 73.1% of classes have fewer than 20 students. Popular majors include business, management, marketing, health professions, biological and biomedical sciences, and visual and performing arts. The four-year graduation rate is 47%, and 60% of full-time graduates receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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Vermont: Landmark College

2018-19: Annual Tuition and Fees $56,800

2018-19: Room and Board $11,840

This school has less than five hundred students with learning disabilities such as autism, dyslexia and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. The student-to-faculty ratio of 6:1 allows students to receive more personal attention. More than half of the full-time undergraduates (60%) receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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Virginia: University of Richmond

2018-19: Annual Tuition and Fees $52,610

2018-19: Room and Board $12,250

Founded in 1830, this liberal arts college has an undergraduate enrollment of 3,194 students, 53% of whom are female. The campus is 350 acres.

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The student-faculty ratio is 8:1, and 71.l% of classes have fewer than 20 students. Popular majors include business, management, marketing, social sciences, psychology, interdisciplinary studies and biological and biomedical sciences. The four-year graduation rate is 83%, and 42% of full-time undergraduate students receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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Washington: Whitman College

2018-19: Annual Tuition and Fees $51,764

2018-19: Room and Board $13,174

This liberal arts institution was founded in 1883 and has an undergraduate enrollment of 1,510 students, 57% of whom are female. The campus of 117 acres is located in Walla-Walla. It offers 45 majors and students can earn a combined undergraduate/graduate degree.

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The student-faculty ratio is 9:1, and 69% of the classes have fewer than 20 students. Popular majors include psychology, economics, social sciences, biology/biological sciences and fine/studio arts. The four-year graduation rate is 79%, and 44% of full-time undergraduate students receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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West Virginia: University of Charleston

2017-18: Annual Tuition and Fees $30,100

2018-19: Room and Board $9,300

Founded in 1888, this university has an undergraduate enrollment of 1,831 students, 55% of whom are male. It offers undergraduate degree programs in health sciences, business and arts, and sciences. It also offers masters programs and doctoral degrees.

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The student-faculty ratio is 15:1, and 57.3 of classes have fewer than 20 students. The four-year graduation rate is 37%, and 76% of full-time undergraduates receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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Wisconsin: Beloit College

2018-19: Annual Tuition and Fees $50,040

2018-19: Room and Board $8,830

Founded in 1846, this college has an undergraduate enrollment of 1,402 students, 53% of whom are female. The campus of 47 acres is located in Beloit. The college offers more than 50 majors. Most of the faculty members hold doctorates or the highest degrees in their field. The highly motivated students come from nearly every state and more than 40 countries.

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The student-faculty ratio is 11:1, and 68% of the classes have fewer than 20 students. Popular majors include physical sciences, social sciences, interdisciplinary studies, English language, literature/letters, and visual and performing arts. The four-year graduation rate is 75%, and 61% of full-time undergraduates receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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Wyoming: University of Wyoming

2018-19: Annual Tuition and Fees $5,400 (in-state) $17,490 (out-of-state)

2018-19: Room and Board $10,320

Founded in 1886, University of Wyoming is the only public school in the state, which is why it makes this list. It has an undergraduate enrollment of 9,791 located on a campus of 781 acres in Laramie. It offers nearly 200 areas of study, including graduate programs in engineering, law, business and education.

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The student-faculty ratio is 15:1, and 40.5% of classes have fewer than 20 students. Some popular majors include registered nursing, petroleum engineering, criminal justice/safety studies, psychology, and elementary education and teaching. The four-year graduation rate is 26%, and 44% of full-time undergraduate students receive some form of need-based financial aid.

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