Out-of-state tuition for public universities is on the rise.
The average tuition at a public four-year institutions increased by 3.1% in the past year, which is actually the smallest rise the College Board has reported seeing recently. However, the price tags still seem steep when you compare them to the average in-state tuition of $US13,886.
The general explanations for tuition rises are lost revenue from the state funding and increased university spending, according to a recent Washington Post article.
These 10 state schools charge the highest tuition for out-of-state students, according to data from U.S. News & World Report.
10. University of California — Los Angeles, $35,574
9. University of California — Riverside, $35,838
8. University of California — Santa Cruz, $36,294
7. University of California — Santa Barbara, $36,624
6. University of Vermont, $36,646
5. University of California — Davis, $36,774
4. University of California — Irvine, $37,566
3. College of William and Mary (VA), $37,852
2. University of Virginia, $39,844
1. University of Michigan — Ann Arbor, $40,496
Read the whole story at U.S. News and World Report.
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