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Highest Cost: Tuition and Fees 2011-2012

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Thursday, 06 October 2011

Here are the top 100 most expensive colleges by tuition and required fees for the 2011-2012 school year.

College Tuition + Fees
1. Middlebury College $46,315
2. Columbia University $45,290
3. Sarah Lawrence College $45,212
4. Vassar College $44,705
5. The George Washington University $44,148
6. Trinity College (CT) $44,070
7. Connecticut College $43,990
8. Bucknell University $43,866
9. Carnegie Mellon University $43,812
10. Wesleyan University $43,674
11. St. John's College $43,656
12. Union College (NY) $43,602
13. Tulane University $43,434
14. Bard College $43,331
15. University of Southern California $43,306
16. Bowdoin College $43,246
17. Hobart and William Smith College $43,220
18. Oberlin College $43,210
19. Williams College $43,190
20. University of Richmond $43,170
21. Bard College at Simon's Rock $43,150
22. Dickinson College $43,060
23. Dartmouth College $42,996
24. Tufts University $42,962
25. Occidental College $42,960
26. Carleton College $42,942
27. Colgate University $42,920
28. Amherst College $42,898
29. Reed College $42,800
29. Bennington College $42,800
31. University of Chicago $42,783
32. St. Lawrence University $42,735
33. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $42,704
34. Hamilton College $42,640
35. Kenyon College $42,630
36. Gettysburg College $42,610
37. Franklin & Marshall College $42,560
38. Pitzer College $42,550
38. Bates College $42,550
40. Duke University $42,410
41. Skidmore College $42,380
42. Johns Hopkins University $42,280
43. Claremont McKenna College $42,240
44. Brown University $42,230
45. Haverford College $42,208
46. Boston College $42,204
47. Barnard College $42,184
48. Harvey Mudd College $42,140
49. Penn $42,098
50. Macalester College $42,021
51. Washington University in St. Louis $41,992
52. Northwestern University $41,983
53. Scripps College $41,950
54. Drexel University $41,940
55. Washington and Lee University $41,927
56. Hampshire College $41,900
57. Wheaton College (MA) $41,894
58. Brandeis University $41,860
59. University of Rochester $41,802
60. Stevens Institute of Technology $41,782
61. Ursinus College $41,650
62. New York University $41,606
63. Wake Forest University $41,576
64. Cornell University $41,541
65. College of the Holy Cross $41,488
66. Mount Holyoke College $41,456
67. Boston University $41,420
68. University of Notre Dame $41,417
69. Georgetown University $41,393
70. Vanderbilt University $41,332
71. Emory University $41,164
72. Swarthmore College $41,150
73. Villanova University $41,110
74. Colby College $41,020
75. Drew University $41,010
76. Providence College $40,975
77. Lehigh University $40,960
78. Loyola University Maryland $40,870
79. Bryn Mawr College $40,824
80. Pepperdine University $40,752
81. MIT $40,732
82. Wellesley College $40,660
83. Lafayette College $40,658
84. Fairfield University $40,580
85. Stanford University $40,569
86. Yale University $40,500
87. Whitman College $40,496
88. Babson College $40,400
89. Denison University $40,210
90. Smith College $40,070
91. Worcester Polytechnic Institute $40,030
92. Fordham University $39,967
93. Muhlenberg College $39,915
94. Colorado College $39,900
95. Pomona College $39,883
96. Harvard College $39,851
97. Grinnell College $39,810
98. University of Miami $39,654
99. Chapman University $39,564
100. Furman University $39,560

Back to the original article: Most Expensive Colleges for 2011-2012

Notes:

The fees included in these numbers only include fees that are required for all undergraduates. These fees typically include items like the Student Activity Fee, a Facilities Fee, and a Technology fee. You won't see any fees by major, orientation fees for incoming students, or medical insurance fees included in these costs. Many other fees can be optional and can vary per student and per major.

Tuition numbers were taken directly from each college's website during the last week of September of 2011.

 
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