5 Cheapest Out-Of-State Colleges For Students Getting Education In US

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In 2019, on average, studying in public four-year institutions will cost you nearly $21,370. When it comes to four-year private universities, the average price is $48,510. Seeing that, today, the Typical Student team listed for you 5 cheapest out-of-state colleges for US students.

 

#1 University of South Florida

 

 

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Out-of-state tuition: $17,324

In-state tuition: $6,410

Average room and board: $11,610

Acceptance rate: 44%

 

#2  Kent State University, Ohio

 

 

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Out-of-state tuition: $18,714

In-state tuition: $10,012

Average room and board: $11,362

Acceptance rate: 88%

 

#3 University of Wyoming

 

 

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Out-of-state tuition: $18,721

In-state tuition: $6,151

Average room and board: $10,437

Acceptance rate: 97%

 

#4 Florida International University

 

 

 

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Out-of-state tuition: $18,956

In-state tuition: $6,558

Average room and board: $10,882

Acceptance rate: 50%

 

#5 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

 

 

 

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Out-of-state tuition: $19,025

In-state tuition: $9,115

Average room and board: $16,270

Acceptance rate: 52%

 

 

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