10 Affordable Options Among The Most Expensive US Colleges

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College tuitions are different in various schools, but it is a fact that they are pretty high everywhere. However, what about those prestigious and most expensive US colleges that have sort of low tuition fees? Recently, Business Insider, using the US Department of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, came up with a list of the most expensive US colleges.

Their rating is based on the tuition fees, board, and other expenses for the 2016-2017 academic year. Checking Business Insider’s post we thought about the most affordable prestigious US colleges among the most expensive ones because everybody wants to study at a prestigious university at a low price. So what are those relatively cheap US colleges among the most expensive ones? The Typical Student team made the list of 10 affordable US colleges among the most expensive universities all over the country.

Spring Hill College, Alabama

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-6.jpgWhere: Mobile, AL, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $52,854 per year

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $20,441

Total number of students: 1,476

Sector: Private non-profit

 

University of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-8.jpgWhere: Anchorage, AK, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $37,304 per year

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $11,860

Total number of students: 16,318

Sector: Public

 

University of Arizona, Arizona

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-7.jpgWhere: Tucson, AZ, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $50,367 per year

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $16,466

Total number of students: 43,161

Sector: Public

 

Hendrix College, Arkansas

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-10.jpgWhere: Conway, AR, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $58,120 per year 

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $22,777

Total number of students: 1,328

Sector: Private non-profit

 

Harvey Mudd College, California 

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-9.jpgWhere: Claremont, CA, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $71,917 per year

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $35,460

Total number of students: 842

Sector: Private non-profit

 

Colorado College, Colorado

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-2.jpgWhere: Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $66,400 per year

Average amount of aid or scholarship:  $23,812

Total number of students: 2,114

Sector: Private non-profit

 

Yale University, Connecticut 

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-1.jpgWhere: New Haven, CT, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $68,950 per year

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $18,319

Total number of students: 12,458

Sector: Private non-profit

 

University of Delaware, Delaware

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-4.jpgWhere: Newark, DE, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $46,618 per year 

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $15,894

Total number of students: 23,009

Sector: Public

 

Georgetown University, District of Columbia 

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-3.jpgWhere: Washington, DC, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $69,313 per year 

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $26,625

Total number of students: 18,525

Sector: Private non-profit

 

Rollins College, Florida

10-affordable-options-among-the-most-expensive-us-colleges-5.jpgWhere: Winter Park, FL, USA

Tuition, board, and other expenses: $67,110 per year

Average amount of aid or scholarship: $35,726

Total number of students: 3,240

Sector: Private non-profit

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