The most expensive schools in the United States

Category: Education

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As college tuition continues to increase year after year, prospective students need to take cost into consideration when selecting their school. As of 2013, the following were the most expensive colleges in the United States:

1. School: Sarah Lawrence College

Location: Bronxville, NY

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $61,236

 

2. School: New York University

Location: New York, NY

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $59,337

 

3. School: Harvey Mudd College

Location: Claremont, CA

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $58,913

 

4. School: Columbia University

Location: New York, NY

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $58,742

 

5. School: Wesleyan University

Location: Middletown, CT

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $58,502

 

6. School: Claremont McKenna College

Location: Claremont, CA

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $58,065

 

7. School: Dartmouth College

Location: Hanover, NH

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $57,996

 

8. School: New School Parsons School of Design

Location: New York, NY

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $57,910

 

9. School: Johns Hopkins University

Location: Baltimore, MD

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $57,820

 

10. School: University of Chicago

Location: Chicago, IL

Average annual cost for tuition plus room and board: $57,711


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