US Distance Learning Only Colleges List

Distance Learning gives good chance for higher and further education to everyone who works and cannot attend offline classes. Most of colleges in US have the distance learning classes, but some of them require to attend one or few time offline classes or to visit the school for executive reasons.

On the other hand, 'Distance Learning Only' schools (also known as online school), recently opened, gives opportunity that students can get online degree without any school visiting or .

There are 40 distance learning only schools over US. For detail school information, just follow link on school name.


US Distance Learning Only Colleges List
Location
School Type
Degree Offer
Campus Setting
Laguna Hills, CA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS
Not Avaliable
Chicago, IL
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Saint Joseph, MO
Private (for-profit), 2 but less than 4-year
2 Year Cert, AS
City - Small (population of less than 100,000)
Hoffman Estates, IL
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS, MS
Rural - Fringe
Charles Town, WV
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS
Town - Distant
Phoenix, AZ
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
BS, MS, Other
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Denver, CO
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, MS, Other
Sub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Glendora, CA
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS
Not Avaliable
New Britain, CT
Public, 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS
Sub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Kansas City, MO
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
2 Year Cert, BS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Colorado Springs, CO
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS, MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Orange Beach, AL
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS, Other
Rural - Distant
Louisville, KY
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
2 Year Cert, AS, BS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Chicago, IL
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Albany, NY
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS
City - Small (population of less than 100,000)
Hyden, KY
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
MS, Post MS
Rural - Remote
Kansas City, MO
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS, MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Salt Lake City, UT
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS, MS
Not Avaliable
Tampa, FL
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS
Sub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Providence, RI
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
BS
City - Midsize (population of 100,000 - 250,000)
Visalia, CA
Private (for-profit), 2 but less than 4-year
2 Year Cert, AS
City - Midsize (population of 100,000 - 250,000)
Savannah, GA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS, MS
Not Avaliable
Pittsburgh, PA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
2 Year Cert, AS, BS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Phoenix, AZ
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS, Other
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Ottawa, KS
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
BS, MS
Town - Distant
Phoenix, AZ
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Oklahoma City, OK
Private (for-profit), 2-year or Less
2 Year Cert
Not Avaliable
Centennial, CO
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS
Sub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Davenport, IA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, 2 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS
City - Small (population of less than 100,000)
Phoenix, AZ
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS
Not Avaliable
Boston, MA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Prescott Valley, AZ
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
BS, MS, Other
Rural - Fringe
Freeland, WA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
MS
Not Avaliable
Heathrow, FL
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
AS, BS
Not Avaliable
Washington, DC
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, 2 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Santa Ana, CA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
1 Year Cert, AS, BS, MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Cypress, CA
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
BS, MS, Other
Sub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Minneapolis, MN
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, Other
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Salt Lake City, UT
Private (not-for-profit), 4-year or High
BS, Post BS, MS
Sub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)
Phoenix, AZ
Private (for-profit), 4-year or High
2 Year Cert, AS, BS, MS
City - Large (population of 250,000 or more)

2012 Georgia State Tuition: Overview and Comparison

188 colleges and universities are located in Georgia State: 68 public and 120 private schools . From Wikipedia, Georgia is
"a state located in the southeastern United States. It was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies. Named after King George II of Great Britain, Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, on January 2, 1788."
Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Georgia, Emory University, Georgia State University, and Kennesaw State University are well-known schools in State as well as overall US.

2012 Georgia State Tuition
In 2012, average in-sate tuition of GA is $9,233 and out-of-state tuition of GA is $12,003. Public school in-state tuition is $3,066 and out-of-state is $8,648. And private school in-state tuition is $15,309 and out-of-state tuition is $15,309.

Next table and chart shows the 2012 average tuition of Georgia State.
In-StateOut-0f-State
TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 9,233$ 734$ 1,275$ 11,256$ 12,003$ 737$ 1,275$ 11,256
Graduate$ 11,072$ 734$ 1,275$ 11,256$ 15,468$ 737$ 1,275$ 11,256


2012 Georgia State Tuition Comparison Chart
You can see detail comparison and analysis data at 2012 Georgia State Tuition Page.

In addition, all colleges and universities in Georgia State list at Georgia State Colleges List and tuition comparison of all Georgia colleges is shown at Georgia Tuition Summary Table Page.

Top 10 US National Liberal Arts College Tuition and Financial Aids

US-NEWS announced the National Liberal Arts College Rankings. Next table shows top 10 National Liberal Arts colleges and their institutional characteristics.


Top 10 Liberal Arts College Information
LocationSchool TypeDegree OfferCampus SettingCompus Housing Distance Learning
Williams CollegeWilliamstown, MAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBS, MSTown - DistantYesNo
Amherst CollegeAmherst, MAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSTown - FringeYesNo
Swarthmore CollegeSwarthmore, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
Middlebury CollegeMiddlebury, VTPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBS, MS, OtherRural - FringeYesNo
Pomona CollegeClaremont, CAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
Bowdoin CollegeBrunswick, MEPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSTown - DistantYesNo
Wellesley CollegeWellesley, MAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
Carleton CollegeNorthfield, MNPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSTown - DistantYesNo
Haverford CollegeHaverford, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
Claremont McKenna CollegeClaremont, CAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBS, MSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo

Tuition comparison among those colleges are shown in next table and charts. In fact, in-state and out-of state tuition of those colleges are same. So, we just show in-state tuition and living cost on the chart and table.

2012 Top National Liberal Arts Colleges Tuition Comparison

You can see various charts and tables about tuition and financial aids of those colleges at Liberal Arts College Tuition Comparison .

2012 Top 10 National Liberal Arts Colleges Tuition Comparison Summary Table
School NameLocationTuitionFeesBooks & Supplies Living Costs
In-StateOut-of-State On CampusOff Campus
Amherst College Amherst, Massachusetts$ 42,170$ 42,170$ 728$ 1,000$ 13,000N/A
Bowdoin College Brunswick, Maine$ 42,386$ 42,386$ 430$ 820$ 12,904N/A
Carleton College Northfield, Minnesota$ 42,690$ 42,690$ 252$ 730$ 12,668N/A
Claremont McKenna College Claremont, California$ 41,995$ 41,995$ 245$ 900$ 14,725$ 14,931
Haverford College Haverford, Pennsylvania$ 41,830$ 41,830$ 378$ 1,194$ 14,310N/A
Middlebury College Middlebury, Vermont$ 42,048$ 42,048$ 380$ 1,000$ 13,622N/A
Pomona College Claremont, California$ 39,572$ 39,572$ 310$ 900$ 14,536N/A
Swarthmore College Swarthmore, Pennsylvania$ 40,816$ 40,816$ 334$ 1,150$ 13,595N/A
Wellesley College Wellesley, Massachusetts$ 40,410$ 40,410$ 250$ 800$ 13,840$ 3,050
Williams College Williamstown, Massachusetts$ 42,938$ 42,938$ 252$ 800$ 13,151N/A
Average$ 41,686$ 41,686$ 356$ 929$ 13,635$ 8,991

2012 Alabama State Colleges Tuition

91 colleges - 42 public and 49 private schools - and universities are located in Alabama states, USA. 69 schools have certificate program course and 45 schools offer BS degree. For graduate schools, 29 schools have Master's program and 13 schools have doctorate program.

Next tables shows the average tuition costs of Alabama Colleges in 2012.

2012 Alabama State Tuition Summary Table
In-StateOut-0f-State
TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 8,982$ 793$ 1,250$ 9,510$ 11,446$ 793$ 1,250$ 9,510
Graduate$ 9,080$ 793$ 1,250$ 9,510$ 13,151$ 793$ 1,250$ 9,510

Comprehensive information and comparison between Alabama Colleges can be found at:
Alabama State Tuition Analysis Page,
Alabama State College List,
and Summary Table for comparing tuition and financial aids of Alabama Colleges.
You can search and find your right colleges by setting various options on upper pages.

Graphic chart for upper summary table is below. You can see various comparing charts when visiting the pages.
2012 Alabama State College Tuition
2012 Alabama State Colleges Tuition

2012 New York State Colleges Tuition Analysis and Comparison

In New York State, there are 427 Colleges and Universities.
by college type,
  • 115 Public Colleges
  • 357 Private College
by college degree,
  • 339 Certificate Programs (Any Type) Schools
  • 156 Associate Degree
  • 200 Bachelor Degree
  • 163 Master Degree
  • 68 Doctorate (Any Type)
  • 161 Online Degree Offer
by college level,
  • 129 Less than 2 year colleges
  • 108 2-4 years colleges 
  • 235 4 years or high colleges.

Next table shows 2012 average tuition and living costs of colleges located in NY state.
2012 New York State Colleges Tuition
In-StateOut-0f-State
TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 14,981$ 779$ 1,052$ 12,201$ 16,492$ 779$ 1,052$ 12,201
Graduate$ 16,048$ 779$ 1,052$ 12,201$ 17,341$ 779$ 1,052$ 12,201

Next chart visualizes the average tuition of NY state colleges. You can see various graphic charts of tuition, living costs, financial aids, and other cost related data at New York State College Tuition Page.

2012 New York State Colleges Tuition Graph


In addition, tuition summary table for NY state colleges shows average tuition of every schools located in NY state. You can set various filter to find your schools in that page.

And you can see detail information of each college in NY state at NY state college search result page.

19 Top Pennsylvania Colleges Tuition Comparison

Pennsylvania states have number of top class colleges in US. Especially, Allen Grove, an author for about.com, introduced 19 top colleges in PA state. The colleges definitely high-ranked schools and many students in PA and out of PA wants to attend one of those schools.

Here, for helping tips concerning tuition and financial aids, we summarize and compare tuition and financial aids between those 19 PA top colleges. You can see full comparison data at PA Top Colleges Comparison.

General Institution Comparison
Next table shows general comparison data of 19 Top Pennsylvania college by location, school type, degree offer, campus setting, campus housing, and distance learning opportunity.

LocationSchool TypeDegree OfferCampus SettingCompus Housing Distance Learning
Villanova UniversityVillanova, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighAS, BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, OtherSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesYes
Ursinus CollegeCollegeville, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or High1 Year Cert, 2 Year Cert, AS, 4 Year Cert, BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesYes
Allegheny CollegeMeadville, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSTown - DistantYesNo
Bryn Mawr CollegeBryn Mawr, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBS, Post BS, MS, OtherSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
Bucknell UniversityLewisburg, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBS, MSTown - DistantYesNo
Carnegie Mellon UniversityPittsburgh, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesYes
Dickinson CollegeCarlisle, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSTown - DistantYesNo
Franklin&Marshall CollegeLancaster, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSCity - Small (population of less than 100,000)YesNo
Gettysburg CollegeGettysburg, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSTown - DistantYesNo
Grove City CollegeGrove City, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSTown - DistantYesYes
Lafayette CollegeEaston, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
Lehigh UniversityBethlehem, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Small (population of less than 100,000)YesNo
Muhlenberg CollegeAllentown, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or High1 Year Cert, 2 Year Cert, AS, 4 Year Cert, BSCity - Midsize (population of 100,000 - 250,000)YesNo
Pennsylvania State University-Main CampusUniversity Park, PAPublic, 4-year or High1 Year Cert, 2 Year Cert, AS, BS, Post BS, MS, OtherCity - Small (population of less than 100,000)YesYes
Swarthmore CollegeSwarthmore, PAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4-year or HighBSSub-urban - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesNo
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh CampusPittsburgh, PAPublic, 4-year or High1 Year Cert, 4 Year Cert, BS, Post BS, MS, Post MS, OtherCity - Large (population of 250,000 or more)YesYes

2012 Tuition Comparison Chart
This charts shows in-state and out-of state tuition, required fees, books, and living costs for undergraduate of 19 Top Pennsylvania colleges. You can see various charts for comparison data at PA Top Colleges Comparison.
2012 PA Top Colleges Tuition Comparison Chart

2012 Tuition Comparison Table.
This table summarizes in-sate and out-of-state tuition, fees, and total costs for 19 Top PA colleges. The summary table is available here for comparison between any colleges in US you want to compare.


Top 19 Pennsylvania Colelges Tuition Comparison Summary Table
School NameLocationTuitionFeesBooks & Supplies Living Costs
In-StateOut-of-State On CampusOff Campus
Allegheny College Meadville, Pennsylvania$ 35,850$ 35,850$ 340$ 1,000$ 11,160$ 8,660
Bryn Mawr College Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania$ 39,860$ 39,860$ 964$ 1,000$ 13,890N/A
Bucknell University Lewisburg, Pennsylvania$ 43,628$ 43,628$ 238$ 900$ 12,374N/A
Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania$ 43,160$ 43,160$ 850$ 1,000$ 12,510N/A
Dickinson College Carlisle, Pennsylvania$ 42,610$ 42,610$ 450$ 1,000$ 12,300$ 12,300
Franklin and Marshall College Lancaster, Pennsylvania$ 42,510$ 42,510$ 100$ 1,200$ 12,770N/A
Gettysburg College Gettysburg, Pennsylvania$ 42,610$ 42,610N/A$ 500$ 10,680N/A
Grove City College Grove City, Pennsylvania$ 13,598$ 13,598N/A$ 1,000$ 8,260N/A
Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania$ 40,340$ 40,340$ 318$ 1,000$ 13,362N/A
Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania$ 40,660$ 40,660$ 300$ 1,000$ 12,060$ 12,060
Muhlenberg College Allentown, Pennsylvania$ 39,630$ 39,630$ 285$ 1,400$ 10,280N/A
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus University Park, Pennsylvania$ 15,124$ 27,206$ 860$ 1,536$ 13,482N/A
Swarthmore College Swarthmore, Pennsylvania$ 40,816$ 40,816$ 334$ 1,150$ 13,595N/A
University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania$ 37,620$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102N/A
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania$ 15,272$ 24,680$ 860$ 1,110$ 12,490$ 12,490
Ursinus College Collegeville, Pennsylvania$ 41,650$ 41,650$ 170$ 1,000$ 12,550$ 12,550
Villanova University Villanova, Pennsylvania$ 40,530$ 40,530$ 580$ 950$ 12,460$ 12,460
Average$ 36,204$ 37,468$ 742$ 1,053$ 12,254$ 11,753

Statistics for 2012 Private Colleges - Tuition, Financial Aids, Total Expenses

It is investigated that 5,520 colleges, universities, or other higher educational institutional are known as public school over 50 states and other areas in US.


General analysis shows:

By school level
  • 2 year or less : 1,828 schools
  • 2 year but less than 4 year: 1,277 schools
  • 4 year or high: 2,415 schools
By degree offer
  • Certificate Program: 4,180 schools
  • Associate Degree: 1,986 schools
  • Bachelor's Degree: 2,060 schools
  • Master's Degree: 1,481 schools
  • Doctorate Degree: 392 schools

In addition, we've analyzed average tuition, other expenses, and financial aids amount. Following table and chart show the overview of private college tuition and other expenses in 2012.

2012 Private College Tuition Analysis and Comparison


In-StateOut-0f-State
TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 17,632$ 726$ 1,269$ 11,384$ 17,649$ 729$ 1,269$ 11,384
Graduate$ 15,220$ 726$ 1,269$ 11,384$ 15,234$ 729$ 1,269$ 11,384

If you consider one of private school in your future, comparing tuition and financial aids between them might be a good way to make right decision.

You can see various statistics charts and tables of public colleges at private college statistics page.

Statistics for 2014 Public Colleges - Tuition, Financial Aids, Total Expenses

It is investigated that 2,127 colleges, universities, or other higher educational institutional are public schools over 50 states in US. General analysis shows:

By school level
  • 2 year or less : 263 schools
  • 2 year but less than 4 year: 1,122 schools
  • 4 year or high :742 schools
By degree offer
  • Certificate Program: 1,911 schools
  • Associate Degree: 1,364 schools
  • Bachelor's Degree: 719 schools
  • Master's Degree: 591 schools
  • Doctorate Degree: 316 schools

In addition, we've analyzed average tuition, other expenses, and financial aids amount. Following table and chart show the overview of public college tuition and other expenses in 2014. You can see all public colleges and narrow down by your concerns at public college list page.


Public Colleges: 2014 Tuition Costs
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 4,321$ 942$ 1,303$ 11,011$ 10,088$ 1,078$ 1,303$ 11,011
Graduate$ 7,938$ 942$ 1,303$ 11,011$ 16,160$ 1,078$ 1,303$ 11,011



Public Colleges: Financial Aid Overview
Grant AidsOther Financial AidsStudent Loans
20111,034,948273,466674,972
20121,156,125340,373747,032
20131,209,281374,453774,910


If you consider one of public school in your future, comparing tuition and financial aids between them might be a good way to make right decision.

You can see various statistics charts and tables of public colleges at public college statistics page.

2015 Ivy League Tuition Comparison

In this page, we introduce colleges which is members of Ivy League and compare tuition costs between them. The Ivy League is a collegiate athletic conference comprising sports teams from eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight schools as a group. The eight institutions are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. The term Ivy League also has connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and social elitism.

General information and comparison between Ivy League Colleges
In Ivy League, all member is private school.
Table. Ivy League Schools Overview
Name Acceptance RatesPopulationStudent Faculty Ratio
Brown University
Providence, RI
9%8,943 12.50 %
Columbia University in the City of New York
New York, NY
7%26,957 16.67 %
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
16%21,593 8.33 %
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
10%6,342 12.50 %
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
6%28,297 14.29 %
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
7%8,014 16.67 %
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
12%24,630 16.67 %
Yale University
New Haven, CT
7%12,109 16.67 %
Student/Faculty Ratio data are reported for year 2013.

2015 Tuition comparison between Ivy League colleges
Below section describes the tuition and other costs for each Ivy League school. You can analyze and compare 2015 tuition cost between them with tables and charts. In addition you can compare tuition and financial aids for the schools including statistical data for living costs, grants, and loans at Ivy League tuition comparing page.
Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate (2015)
The average undergraduate school tuition & fees for the Ivy League colleges is $ 46,632.
Table. Ivy League College Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
Tuition & FeesBooks & Supplies
In-StateOut-of-State
Brown University $ 47,434 $ 1,420
Columbia University in the City of New York $ 51,008 $ 1,170
Cornell University $ 47,286 $ 870
Dartmouth College $ 48,108 $ 1,176
Harvard University $ 43,938 $ 1,000
Princeton University $ 41,820 $ 1,050
University of Pennsylvania $ 47,668 $ 1,220
Yale University $ 45,800 $ 3,450
Average-$ 46,632$ 1,419

Tuition and Fees - Graduate (2015)
The average graduate school tuition & fees for the Ivy League colleges is $ 39,180.
Table. Ivy League College Tuition and Fees - Graduate
Tuition & FeesBooks & Supplies
In-StateOut-of-State
Brown University $ 46,408 $ 1,420
Columbia University in the City of New York $ 41,048 $ 1,170
Cornell University $ 29,500 $ 870
Dartmouth College $ 46,764 $ 1,176
Harvard University $ 40,416 $ 1,000
Princeton University $ 41,820 $ 1,050
University of Pennsylvania $ 29,890 $ 1,220
Yale University $ 37,600 $ 3,450
Average-$ 39,180$ 1,419

Living Costs(2015)
The average living costs for the Ivy League colleges is $ 15,375 when living on campus and $ 16,570 when living off campus.
Table. Ivy League College Living Costs (2015)
On-CampusOff-Campus
Room & BoardOther ExpensesRoom & BoardOther Expenses
Brown University $ 11,994 $ 1,846 - -
Columbia University in the City of New York $ 12,432 $ 1,994 $ 16,515 $ 2,435
Cornell University $ 13,680 $ 1,770 $ 13,680 $ 1,770
Dartmouth College $ 13,839 $ 2,010 - -
Harvard University $ 14,669 $ 2,643 - -
Princeton University $ 13,620 $ 2,475 - -
University of Pennsylvania $ 13,464 $ 1,848 $ 13,464 $ 1,848
Yale University $ 14,000 $ 720 - -
Average$ 13,462$ 1,913$ 14,553$ 2,017

2012 US State Tuition Comparison (Out-of-State Tuition)

Following table summarizes 2012 out-of-state average tuition by states.

Note that Average out-of-state tuition over all schools in US is $ 13,234 or $25,392 including fees ($812), book & supplies ($1,236), and Living costs ($25,392).

If you want to check in-state tuition by states, please read the article in-state tuition comparison. And comprehensive data of state tuition can be found at state tuition comparison page.


TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
AL (Alabama)$ 11,446$ 793$ 1,250$ 9,510
AK (Alaska)$ 12,991$ 471$ 820$ 9,237
AZ (Arizona)$ 12,633$ 340$ 1,287$ 11,548
AR (Arkansas)$ 9,221$ 687$ 1,243$ 9,957
CA (California)$ 15,539$ 475$ 1,543$ 13,381
CO (Colorado)$ 14,108$ 657$ 1,532$ 11,510
CT (Connecticut)$ 18,993$ 1,363$ 1,246$ 13,284
DE (Delaware)$ 13,227$ 576$ 1,398$ 12,734
DC (District of Columbia)$ 22,069$ 489$ 1,341$ 14,403
FL (Florida)$ 14,508$ 1,062$ 1,235$ 12,004
GA (Georgia)$ 12,003$ 737$ 1,275$ 11,256
HI (Hawaii)$ 11,550$ 240$ 1,157$ 10,979
ID (Idaho)$ 12,361$ 844$ 1,264$ 10,517
IL (Illinois)$ 16,451$ 694$ 1,325$ 11,521
IN (Indiana)$ 16,939$ 463$ 1,333$ 10,897
IA (Iowa)$ 16,204$ 537$ 1,122$ 9,644
KS (Kansas)$ 11,186$ 803$ 1,235$ 9,417
KY (Kentucky)$ 14,977$ 692$ 1,463$ 10,233
LA (Louisiana)$ 9,937$ 1,611$ 1,348$ 10,392
ME (Maine)$ 18,156$ 1,569$ 1,179$ 10,586
MD (Maryland)$ 16,339$ 1,078$ 1,268$ 11,468
MA (Massachusetts)$ 22,548$ 2,212$ 1,086$ 13,510
MI (Michigan)$ 14,135$ 445$ 1,238$ 10,066
MN (Minnesota)$ 14,772$ 586$ 1,309$ 9,616
MS (Mississippi)$ 9,112$ 727$ 1,229$ 8,151
MO (Missouri)$ 13,211$ 711$ 1,231$ 10,688
MT (Montana)$ 10,333$ 1,124$ 1,020$ 9,730
NE (Nebraska)$ 12,151$ 672$ 1,241$ 9,266
NV (Nevada)$ 15,276$ 709$ 1,276$ 13,540
NH (New Hampshire)$ 19,657$ 982$ 1,093$ 11,854
NJ (New Jersey)$ 14,953$ 1,731$ 1,184$ 12,910
NM (New Mexico)$ 9,256$ 506$ 1,275$ 10,337
NY (New York)$ 16,492$ 779$ 1,052$ 12,201
NC (North Carolina)$ 13,242$ 631$ 1,236$ 11,042
ND (North Dakota)$ 8,238$ 827$ 1,005$ 8,731
OH (Ohio)$ 15,399$ 627$ 1,385$ 11,395
OK (Oklahoma)$ 11,275$ 1,059$ 1,252$ 9,609
OR (Oregon)$ 16,545$ 888$ 1,286$ 10,939
PA (Pennsylvania)$ 19,169$ 956$ 1,351$ 11,995
RI (Rhode Island)$ 26,299$ 938$ 1,280$ 13,234
SC (South Carolina)$ 14,471$ 1,238$ 1,397$ 10,683
SD (South Dakota)$ 8,560$ 1,673$ 1,355$ 9,121
TN (Tennessee)$ 15,816$ 751$ 1,401$ 10,948
TX (Texas)$ 11,835$ 1,062$ 1,267$ 9,874
UT (Utah)$ 13,857$ 740$ 1,478$ 11,197
VT (Vermont)$ 26,305$ 720$ 1,088$ 11,034
VA (Virginia)$ 15,732$ 1,097$ 1,153$ 11,546
WA (Washington)$ 13,737$ 816$ 1,076$ 11,226
WV (West Virginia)$ 10,891$ 1,213$ 1,218$ 9,943
WI (Wisconsin)$ 15,084$ 574$ 1,186$ 9,800
WY (Wyoming)$ 7,053$ 649$ 1,136$ 8,399
AS (American Samoa)$ 2,940$ 280$ 1,200$ 0
FM (Federated States of Micronesia)$ 3,780$ 400$ 530$ 4,924
GU (Guam)$ 8,320$ 457$ 1,156$ 8,549
MH (Marshall Islands)$ 4,280$ 425$ 800$ 2,890
MP (Northern Marianas)$ 4,560$ 540$ 1,500$ 0
PW (Palau)$ 3,000$ 610$ 1,200$ 4,581
PR (Puerto Rico)$ 5,691$ 756$ 1,144$ 6,920
VI (Virgin Islands)$ 11,970$ 604$ 1,750$ 11,584

2012 US State Tuition Comparison (In-State Tuition)

Following table summarizes 2012 in-state average tuition by states.

Average in-state tuition over all schools in US is $ 10,947 or $23,055 including fees ($762), book & supplies ($1,236), and Living costs ($10,110).

If you want to check out-of-state tuition by states, please read the article out-of-state tuition comparison. And comprehensive data of state tuition can be found at state tuition comparison page.


TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
AL (Alabama)$ 8,982$ 793$ 1,250$ 9,510
AK (Alaska)$ 8,977$ 471$ 820$ 9,237
AZ (Arizona)$ 10,302$ 340$ 1,287$ 11,548
AR (Arkansas)$ 7,313$ 687$ 1,243$ 9,957
CA (California)$ 13,062$ 452$ 1,543$ 13,381
CO (Colorado)$ 10,949$ 656$ 1,532$ 11,510
CT (Connecticut)$ 15,452$ 1,044$ 1,246$ 13,284
DE (Delaware)$ 10,411$ 576$ 1,398$ 12,734
DC (District of Columbia)$ 21,569$ 489$ 1,341$ 14,403
FL (Florida)$ 12,455$ 899$ 1,235$ 12,004
GA (Georgia)$ 9,233$ 734$ 1,275$ 11,256
HI (Hawaii)$ 7,762$ 240$ 1,157$ 10,979
ID (Idaho)$ 9,511$ 888$ 1,264$ 10,517
IL (Illinois)$ 15,207$ 686$ 1,325$ 11,521
IN (Indiana)$ 14,709$ 463$ 1,333$ 10,897
IA (Iowa)$ 15,420$ 537$ 1,122$ 9,644
KS (Kansas)$ 9,808$ 799$ 1,235$ 9,417
KY (Kentucky)$ 12,186$ 692$ 1,463$ 10,233
LA (Louisiana)$ 8,295$ 960$ 1,348$ 10,392
ME (Maine)$ 14,747$ 1,546$ 1,179$ 10,586
MD (Maryland)$ 13,412$ 1,054$ 1,268$ 11,468
MA (Massachusetts)$ 20,903$ 2,015$ 1,086$ 13,510
MI (Michigan)$ 12,234$ 442$ 1,238$ 10,066
MN (Minnesota)$ 14,293$ 586$ 1,309$ 9,616
MS (Mississippi)$ 7,137$ 476$ 1,229$ 8,151
MO (Missouri)$ 12,214$ 711$ 1,231$ 10,688
MT (Montana)$ 5,901$ 888$ 1,020$ 9,730
NE (Nebraska)$ 10,812$ 672$ 1,241$ 9,266
NV (Nevada)$ 12,164$ 709$ 1,276$ 13,540
NH (New Hampshire)$ 15,885$ 982$ 1,093$ 11,854
NJ (New Jersey)$ 12,992$ 1,731$ 1,184$ 12,910
NM (New Mexico)$ 6,425$ 503$ 1,275$ 10,337
NY (New York)$ 14,981$ 779$ 1,052$ 12,201
NC (North Carolina)$ 9,550$ 631$ 1,236$ 11,042
ND (North Dakota)$ 5,899$ 827$ 1,005$ 8,731
OH (Ohio)$ 13,678$ 616$ 1,385$ 11,395
OK (Oklahoma)$ 8,433$ 1,059$ 1,252$ 9,609
OR (Oregon)$ 13,536$ 888$ 1,286$ 10,939
PA (Pennsylvania)$ 17,651$ 916$ 1,351$ 11,995
RI (Rhode Island)$ 23,798$ 938$ 1,280$ 13,234
SC (South Carolina)$ 11,853$ 782$ 1,397$ 10,683
SD (South Dakota)$ 8,160$ 1,673$ 1,355$ 9,121
TN (Tennessee)$ 13,247$ 714$ 1,401$ 10,948
TX (Texas)$ 9,503$ 1,084$ 1,267$ 9,874
UT (Utah)$ 11,788$ 740$ 1,478$ 11,197
VT (Vermont)$ 22,987$ 720$ 1,088$ 11,034
VA (Virginia)$ 13,047$ 964$ 1,153$ 11,546
WA (Washington)$ 11,193$ 799$ 1,076$ 11,226
WV (West Virginia)$ 8,536$ 880$ 1,218$ 9,943
WI (Wisconsin)$ 13,374$ 573$ 1,186$ 9,800
WY (Wyoming)$ 3,969$ 649$ 1,136$ 8,399
AS (American Samoa)$ 2,660$ 280$ 1,200$ 0
FM (Federated States of Micronesia)$ 3,780$ 400$ 530$ 4,924
GU (Guam)$ 5,120$ 457$ 1,156$ 8,549
MH (Marshall Islands)$ 4,280$ 425$ 800$ 2,890
MP (Northern Marianas)$ 2,280$ 540$ 1,500$ 0
PW (Palau)$ 2,640$ 610$ 1,200$ 4,581
PR (Puerto Rico)$ 5,194$ 675$ 1,144$ 6,920
VI (Virgin Islands)$ 3,990$ 604$ 1,750$ 11,584
Average$ 10,947$ 793$ 1,236$ 10,110

New York State, Public 4 Year College Tuition Summary Table

There are 472 Colleges and Universities in New York State - 115 public and 357 private schools. The average In-State tuition of NY state is $14,981 and average Out-of-State tuition of NY state is 16,492. The average amount of financial aids is $8,210. You can access comprehensive information about tuition and financial aid of NY state at NY state Page.

47 colleges among them are public and 4 year schools. If you want to attend one of those schools, the tuition and total costs for the schools might be an important information. In addition, you can narrow down or specify colleges in NY state at NY state tuition summary page.


Public (4-year or High) Colleges in New York, 2012 College Tuition Comparison Summary Table
School NameLocationTuitionFeesBooks & Supplies Living Costs
In-StateOut-of-State On CampusOff Campus
CUNY Bernard M Baruch College New York, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 420$ 1,179$ 18,579$ 15,723
CUNY Brooklyn College Brooklyn, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 454$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
CUNY City College New York, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 329$ 1,179$ 18,003$ 15,723
CUNY College of Staten Island Staten Island, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 378$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
CUNY Graduate School and University Center New York, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 230$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
CUNY Hunter College New York, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 399$ 1,179$ 12,613$ 15,723
CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice New York, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 329$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
CUNY Lehman College Bronx, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 378$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
CUNY Medgar Evers College Brooklyn, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 302$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
CUNY New York City College of Technology Brooklyn, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 339$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
CUNY Queens College Flushing, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 477$ 1,179$ 16,663$ 15,723
CUNY York College Jamaica, New York$ 5,130$ 11,040$ 366$ 1,179N/A$ 15,723
Farmingdale State College Farmingdale, New York$ 5,270$ 14,322$ 1,174$ 1,200$ 12,800$ 15,285
Fashion Institute of Technology New York, New York$ 3,974$ 11,922$ 485$ 1,750$ 14,407$ 17,695
Morrisville State College Morrisville, New York$ 5,720$ 9,740$ 1,800$ 1,400$ 12,830N/A
SUNY College at Brockport Brockport, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,238$ 1,200$ 12,052$ 12,014
SUNY College at Buffalo Buffalo, New York$ 5,270$ 14,230$ 1,083$ 990$ 12,268$ 12,268
SUNY College at Cortland Cortland, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,304$ 1,000$ 13,632N/A
SUNY College at Old Westbury Old Westbury, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,054$ 1,000$ 11,660$ 11,300
SUNY College at Oneonta Oneonta, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,289$ 1,200$ 12,004$ 12,294
SUNY College at Oswego Oswego, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,240$ 800$ 13,710$ 13,910
SUNY College at Plattsburgh Plattsburgh, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,212$ 1,000$ 11,614$ 11,614
SUNY College at Potsdam Potsdam, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,236$ 1,200$ 11,815$ 9,630
SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill Cobleskill, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,249$ 1,200$ 12,557N/A
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Syracuse, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 999$ 1,200$ 15,128$ 11,185
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred Alfred, New York$ 5,270$ 9,740$ 1,272$ 1,200$ 12,933N/A
SUNY College of Technology at Canton Canton, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,269$ 1,200$ 12,565$ 13,320
SUNY College of Technology at Delhi Delhi, New York$ 5,270$ 9,740$ 1,510$ 1,300$ 12,120$ 12,120
SUNY Empire State College Saratoga Springs, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 275$ 1,502N/A$ 11,966
SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn Brooklyn, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 415N/AN/AN/A
SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome Utica, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,169$ 1,000$ 11,552N/A
SUNY Maritime College Throggs Neck, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,187$ 1,340$ 13,270$ 13,270
SUNY at Albany Albany, New York$ 5,270$ 13,380$ 1,902$ 1,200$ 12,390$ 11,482
SUNY at Binghamton Vestal, New York$ 5,270$ 13,380$ 1,946$ 1,000$ 12,810$ 12,810
SUNY at Fredonia Fredonia, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,418$ 1,200$ 12,330$ 12,330
SUNY at Geneseo Geneseo, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,488$ 950$ 12,840N/A
SUNY at Purchase College Purchase, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,559$ 1,138$ 14,127$ 14,531
State University of New York at New Paltz New Paltz, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 1,188$ 1,300$ 12,150N/A
Stony Brook University Stony Brook, New York$ 5,270$ 14,720$ 1,724$ 900$ 12,442$ 17,088
University at Buffalo Buffalo, New York$ 5,270$ 14,720$ 2,212$ 1,004$ 12,665$ 13,813
Upstate Medical University Syracuse, New York$ 5,270$ 14,320$ 575N/AN/AN/A
Average$ 5,208$ 12,938$ 997$ 1,167$ 13,218$ 14,019

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