Top 10 Engineering Science Colleges Tuition Comparison Charts

Top 10 Engineering Science Colleges Tuition Comparison Charts
What is Engineering Science?
Engineering Science is a multidisciplinary honors program that emphasizes enhanced understanding and integrated application of engineering, scientific, and mathematical principles.

The program is unique because it provides a broad foundation in the sciences and associated mathematics that underlie engineering and provides students the opportunity to obtain a depth of knowledge in an area of their choosing through technical electives and an honors thesis. The curriculum is designed for students who seek to link the engineering disciplines with science.

General Information and Comparison between Top 10 Engineering Science Colleges
Unlike other filed of engineering, number of colleges such as Harvard and Penn State ranked out of 10 in overall engineering ranking are ranked in top 10 engineering science list. UIUC (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, #5 in engineering ranking) takes the first place. Top engineering schools such as MIT and Stanford, of course, are ranked high in this area.

Next table shows general information and compare between the Top 10 Engineering Science. You can see all comparison between the Top 10 Engineering Science schools including admission, tuition, graduation, and more factors at Top 10 Engineering Science colleges comparison page.
Table. Summary of Top 10 Engineering Science Colleges
RankEngineering RankNameLocationTypePopulationStudent Faculty Ratio
15University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Champaign, Illinois 4 years, Public47,1465.00 %
27Cornell University Ithaca, New York 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)21,4378.33 %
31Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)11,27112.50 %
42Stanford University Stanford, California 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)22,0268.33 %
53University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, California 4 years, Public39,1755.88 %
64California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)2,27433.33 %
7out of 10Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)34,34214.29 %
87University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, Michigan 4 years, Public44,4538.33 %
9out of 10Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, Virginia 4 years, Public33,2486.25 %
10out of 10Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus University Park, Pennsylvania 4 years, Public49,0255.88 %

Tuition Comparison between Top 10 Engineering Science Colleges
Below section describes the tuition and other costs for the Top 10 Engineering Science schools. You can analyze and compare tuition cost between the Top 10 Engineering Science schools with tables and charts. In Addition you can compare tuition and financial aids for the Top 10 Engineering Science schools including statistical data for living costs, grants, and loans at Top 10 Engineering Science colleges tuition comparing page.

Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
Table. Top 10 Engineering Science Colleges Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
In-StateOut-Of-State
TuitionFeesBooksTuitionFeesBooks
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$ 12,603$ 2,886$ 1,200$ 28,230$ 2,886$ 1,200
Cornell University$ 43,185$ 228$ 820$ 43,185$ 228$ 820
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 41,770$ 280$ 1,000$ 41,770$ 280$ 1,000
Stanford University$ 41,250$ 975$ 1,500$ 41,250$ 975$ 1,500
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,654$ 1,213$ 34,098$ 1,654$ 1,213
California Institute of Technology$ 38,085$ 1,503$ 1,323$ 38,085$ 1,503$ 1,323
Harvard University$ 37,576$ 3,290$ 1,000$ 37,576$ 3,290$ 1,000
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 13,625$ 194$ 1,048$ 40,302$ 194$ 1,048
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University$ 9,187$ 1,736$ 1,100$ 23,575$ 2,340$ 1,100
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus$ 15,562$ 882$ 1,568$ 27,864$ 882$ 1,568


Tuition and Fees - Graduate
Table. Top 10 Engineering Science Colleges Tuition and Fees - Graduate
In-StateOut-Of-State
TuitionFeesBooksTuitionFeesBooks
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$ 13,726$ 2,886$ 1,200$ 26,274$ 2,886$ 1,200
Cornell University$ 29,500$ 81$ 820$ 29,500$ 81$ 820
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 41,770$ 2,260$ 1,000$ 41,770$ 2,260$ 1,000
Stanford University$ 41,250$ 537$ 1,500$ 41,250$ 537$ 1,500
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,654$ 1,213$ 26,322$ 1,654$ 1,213
California Institute of Technology$ 38,085$ 1,395$ 1,323$ 38,085$ 1,395$ 1,323
Harvard University$ 37,576$ 930$ 1,000$ 37,576$ 930$ 1,000
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 19,240$ 194$ 1,048$ 38,882$ 194$ 1,048
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University$ 10,677$ 1,736$ 1,100$ 20,926$ 2,340$ 1,100
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus$ 17,670$ 882$ 1,568$ 30,374$ 882$ 1,568


Tuition Costs Comparison for 4-Year Public Colleges in Georgia State

There are 188 colleges and universities (68 public and 120 private schools) in Georgia State and those Georgia colleges have an enrollment of about 790 thousands students. More statistics for Georgia colleges can be seen at Georgia College Statistics page. In addition, you can see all Georgia college list or filtered college list at Georgia college list.

World University Ranking Changes From 2010 to 2014

In Last 5 Years, colleges and universities in top 10 world university raking has not been changed in significantly. Excepting year 2010 - 2011, ten colleges listed below are included in the top 10 list every year. (In 2010-2011, Yale University was ranked in 9th and University of Chicago was ranked in 12th).

Top 35 Europe Colleges and Universities In World Ranking Top 100 For Year 2013-2014

This year, 2013-2104, 35 Europe Colleges and Universities are included in World Ranking Top 100 by Times Higher Education (THE).  The University of Oxford, United Kingdom, takes the first place among Europe schools while Caltech (The California Institute of Technology), California, United States, is ranked on top around the world.

Top 20 Asia Colleges and Universities Ranked in World Ranking 200 for Year 2013-2014

This year, 2013-2104, 20 Asian Colleges and Universities are included in World Ranking Top 200 by Times Higher Education (THE).  THE opens to public ranking and scores of colleges which are ranked within top 200. The University of Tokyo takes the first place among Asia schools while Caltech (The California Institute of Technology) is ranked top around the world.

US Graduate School Tuition Costs by States

We analyze and compare tuition costs for graduate schools by state. The in-state tuition is analyzed for only public schools. Average tuition of Graduate school was $3,574 for in-state and $14,443 for out-of-state last year. See state tuition detail by following link on each state name.
State(number of schools)In-State TuitionOut-of-State TuitionIn-State FeesOut-of-Sate FeesBook & Supplies
Alabama (28)$3,448$13,151 $685$685$1,276
Alaska (4)$4,464$16,515 $707$707$1,171
Arizona (24)$4,467$17,752 $643$643$1,327
Arkansas (16)$2,311$12,027 $801$801$1,158
California (190)$4,535$18,370 $736$736$1,556
Colorado (34)$3,884$15,520 $751$753$1,419
Connecticut (24)$3,077$17,726 $1,368$1,679$1,195
Delaware (8)$7,682$14,707 $399$399$1,400
District of Columbia (18)$3,790$19,737 $500$500$1,446
Florida (84)$4,453$15,719 $731$831$1,243
Georgia (53)$2,464$15,468 $1,143$1,143$1,295
Hawaii (10)$4,836$15,101 $608$608$1,132
Idaho (8)$2,128$12,273 $1,652$1,652$1,371
Illinois (84)$3,693$16,331 $746$746$1,255
Indiana (49)$3,072$14,784 $490$490$1,189
Iowa (31)$3,761$12,590 $538$538$1,135
Kansas (22)$2,618$10,366 $600$600$1,219
Kentucky (32)$4,059$11,188 $420$420$1,308
Louisiana (29)$2,390$11,352 $1,041$2,258$1,236
Maine (13)$4,480$17,871 $1,006$1,006$1,120
Maryland (37)$4,044$13,600 $920$920$1,198
Massachusetts (75)$2,056$20,333 $1,622$1,920$1,001
Michigan (56)$5,689$15,337 $537$537$1,255
Minnesota (39)$3,950$12,638 $475$475$1,411
Mississippi (16)$2,676$10,866 $465$1,301$1,405
Missouri (58)$3,158$11,854 $523$523$1,138
Montana (7)$2,530$16,461 $1,643$2,539$1,071
Nebraska (23)$2,690$10,344 $779$779$1,114
Nevada (9)$2,340$16,765 $997$997$1,225
New Hampshire (14)$4,515$18,387 $707$707$1,178
New Jersey (35)$5,961$16,573 $1,516$1,516$1,366
New Mexico (13)$1,947$13,522 $783$783$1,136
New York (172)$4,279$17,342 $735$735$988
North Carolina (47)$1,944$12,750 $1,289$1,289$1,136
North Dakota (6)$2,721$9,403 $916$916$1,000
Ohio (86)$4,675$15,622 $529$529$1,238
Oklahoma (27)$1,740$11,735 $1,018$1,018$1,195
Oregon (30)$6,087$16,785 $1,344$1,344$1,216
Pennsylvania (118)$6,486$17,248 $827$887$1,260
Rhode Island (10)$4,219$21,544 $615$615$1,347
South Carolina (28)$4,381$13,632 $1,333$2,289$1,452
South Dakota (14)$1,893$10,127 $1,801$1,801$1,236
Tennessee (49)$3,488$15,330 $1,012$1,019$1,346
Texas (95)$2,232$12,681 $1,307$1,309$1,183
Utah (17)$2,418$14,200 $555$555$1,426
Vermont (18)$5,667$21,378 $831$831$1,056
Virginia (48)$4,151$14,978 $1,142$1,267$1,191
Washington (32)$4,871$18,365 $564$564$1,004
West Virginia (18)$2,393$10,280 $1,391$1,618$1,307
Wisconsin (44)$3,686$13,744 $924$924$957
Wyoming (2)$1,818$11,299 $960$960$1,200
Guam (2)$2,322$9,291 $524$524$1,135
Puerto Rico (40)$1,378$5,099 $968$968$1,200
Virgin Islands (1)$2,970$11,880 $508$508$1,750


Student Loan Chart By School Level

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Student loan helps students who want to get financial aid to attend colleges but did not have chance to get grants or scholarships. Last year almost 2 Million students were helped by the student loans both public and private schools.

We analyze the student loan data and compare it by college level - 4 years, 2 -4 years, and less than 2 years college.Last year 774,910 students helped by student loan and average loan amount per student $ 6,006.

Here, we provide 3 type of charts - number of received, total amount and average amount of student loan by school type. Each chart shows all students loan, federal students loan, and private student loan. If want to see the student loan data by state, see state data - all students loan, federal student loan, and private student loan.

Student Loan Comparison Between Public and Private Colleges


Student loan helps students who want to get financial aid to attend colleges but did not have chance to get grants or scholarships. Last year almost 2 Million students were helped by the student loans both public and private schools.

Average Amount of Private Student Loan By State


Students who cannot get grants/scholarships or even federal student loan may seek private student loan to keep their life in campus. Usually, its interest rates are high relative to the federal student loan. In addition, it needs careful consideration for the loan provider. Besides the concerns, it may give a opportunity to build your future.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of private student loan per student who gets the private students loan by state.

Average Amount of Federal Student Loan By State


Students and their parents are motivated by the students loans since budget of grants or scholarships is not enough to cover all students who want financial help for their campus life. Among many sources of the loan, the federal student loan is preferred by most students because its reliability and low interest rates.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of federal student loan per student who gets the federal students loan by state.

Average Amount of Received Student Loan by State


Students and their parents are motivated by the students loans since budget of grants or scholarships is not enough to cover all students who want financial help for their campus life. Student loan may be not good way for your future, but, on the other side, it gives an opportunity to you for your future.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of student loan per student who gets any students loan by state.

Average Financial Aid Amounts for Colleges by State

Financial Aid such as scholarships, grants and student loans helps students and their parents to join colleges that they desire. Especially, as economy is down, the financial aid plays more important role for both college and students. Most colleges in US has own financial aid method and State or Government also have it. It may be not a good way but the student loan helps students to design their dream.

Here, we analyze and calculate average amount of financial aid by State. The average amount means estimated amount that a student gets from any kind of financial aid The financial aid includes scholarships form any source, federal, pell, local, or institutional grants, and students loans. Last year, the average amount of financial aid for all colleges (all states) was $ 8,793.

Average In Sate Tuition Rates By State

We analyze and compare average college tuition by state. As you know, there 2 or 3 types of college tuition rates:in-district, in-state, and out-of-state. While private schools apply same tuition rates for in-state students and out-of-state students, most public schools keep lower tuition rates for in-state students that out-of-state tuition rates.

Here, we show average in-state college tuition by state. For in-state tuition, we analyze only tuition of public schools because private schools have same tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students and the tuition rates of private schools is high relative to the public school. We note that average in-state tuition for all states is $4,172 last year. If you want see detail information of particular state, follow link on the State name.

Average Out of State Tuition Rates by State

We analyze and compare average college tuition by state. As you know, there 2 or 3 types of college tuition rates:in-district, in-state, and out-of-state. While private schools apply same tuition rates for in-state students and out-of-state students, most public schools keep lower tuition rates for in-state students that out-of-state tuition rates.

Here, we show average out-of-state college tuition by State. To do this, we analyze and calculate tuition costs for both public and private schools. We note that average out-of-state college tuition for all states is $13,234. If you want see detail information of particular state, follow link on the State name.

Average College Tuition By State

We analyze and compare average college tuition by state. As you know, there 2 or 3 types of college tuition rates:in-district, in-state, and out-of-state. While private schools apply same tuition rates for in-state students and out-of-state students, most public schools keep lower tuition rates for in-state students that out-of-state tuition rates.

 Here, we show average college tuition (both in-state and out-of-state) by State. For in-state tuition, we analyze tuition of public schools because private schools have same tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students and the tuition rates of private schools is high relative to the public school. For out-of-state tuition, we analyze and calculate tuition costs for both public and private schools.

 We note that average college tuition for all states is $4,172 for in-state tuition and $13,234 for out-of-state tuition. If you want see detail information of particular state, follow link on the State name.

Most Expensive College Room & Board Costs


Since Room & Board cost is unavoidable expenses in campus life, the costs is included total expenses for estimating tuition costs. It depends on housing and meal plans you choose. For example, on campus housing and campus meal plans may save some your money or you can choose on campus meal plans living off campus. Of course, if you are stay with your parent or relatives, you can save big money for the room & board.

Here, we analyze and list 30 schools which have expensive room & board costs last year. We note that average room & board charge last year around 8,000. You can see detail cost information of each school by following link on each school name.

How to Exclude Scholarship Scams From Your Future List

Since scholarship is a great chance to save money when joining colleges and universities, students and their parents are motivated to search the scholarship offers. In Fact, search engines give you lots of scholarship programs and scholarship information sites. The more the merrier?

 Unfortunately, bad things are hidden. Scholarship Scam. Instead saving money, it takes your time, money, and more. Here are some hints and check points to avoid the scholarship scams.

33 Online Only Colleges Tuition & Fees


Tuition Information for Online Only Schools
Online only colleges are getting widely attention recently. Not only the age of 20 just graduated high school, but also any people who already has college degrees and works in their fields wants to attend colleges to get a degree or certification. The online only colleges just fit for them.

Here, we list of 33 online only colleges with their tuition & fees. Average tuition for online online schools is $11,260 where maximum tuition is $19,812 for Argosy university Phoenix Online and minimum is $4,895 for Columbia Southern University. The list shows highest first. Due to the lack of data, 9 of those 33 schools are listed without tuition information.

Highest Graduate Schools Application Fees


Most colleges requires application fees for applicants for graduate school. Last year average application fees for graduate school was around $ 50

Here, we list top 25 graduate schools which requires expensive application fees for their applicants. Only 2 colleges require over $ 300 and another 2 colleges require over $ 200 as application fees. Application fees for most graduate schools ranges between $ 75 and $150.

Most Expensive Application Fee For Undergraduate Students


Most colleges requires application fees for applicants for both undergraduate and graduate school. Last year average application fees for undergraduate school was around $ 54 and, for 4 years colleges and universities, the average around $ 75.

Here, we list colleges which requires the highest application fees for undergraduate students. First, for all colleges including community colleges and training centers, top 25 colleges having most expensive application fees are listed in next table. Top 2 colleges, Sh'or Yoshuv Rabbinical College and Cosmopolitan Beauty & Tech School require more than $ 400.

25 4-Years Colleges Having Lowest Total Cost of Attendance for In-State Students Living on Campus

The Total cost for college attendance includes tuition, fees, books & supplies, room & board, and other living expenses for attending colleges. Here, we analyze the 25 4-Years colleges having lowest total cost of attendance for In-State students living on campus last year. As expected, those colleges are all public schools.

Top 25 Colleges Having Highest Total Cost of Attendance for In-State Students Living on Campus

The Total cost for college attendance includes tuition, fees, books & supplies, room & board, and other living expenses for attending colleges. Here, we analyze top 25 colleges having highest total cost of attendance for In-State students living on campus last year. As expected, those colleges are all private schools. New York state have the most 6 schools and California is next, 4 schools.

University of St. Thomas Tuition & Living Costs Chart

University of St. Thomas Tuition & Living Costs Chart

You can analyze tuition of University of St Thomas with tables and charts and compare tuitions between similar shcools that you are considering at tuition comparing page.



Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate


In-DistrictIn-StateOut-Of-State
Tuition$ 31,504$ 31,504$ 31,504
Required Fees$ 569$ 569$ 569
Per Credit Hour Charge$ 985$ 985$ 985
Comprehensive Fees---
Books & Supplies$ 3,899$ 3,899$ 3,899

Tuition and Fees - Graduate

In-DistrictIn-StateOut-Of-State
Tuition$ 14,000$ 14,000$ 14,000
Required Fees$ 174$ 174$ 174
Per Credit Hour Charge$ 875$ 875$ 875
Comprehensive Fees---
Books & Supplies$ 3,899$ 3,899$ 3,899

Living Cost

Room & BoardOther Expenses
On Campus$ 8,628$ 2,100
Off Campus$ 8,328$ 2,100
Off Campus with Family$ 0$ 2,100


Total Expenses

In-StateOut-Of-State
On Campus$ 46,700$ 46,700
Off Campus$ 46,400$ 46,400
Off Campus With Family$ 38,072$ 38,072



Kentucky State Colleges and Universities Tuition Rates and Costs Chart

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We analyze Kentucky State Tuition Costs by School Type, Level, and Degree. Each Table summarizes tuition costs and we show graphical charts for the summarizing tables. You can see a specific tuition charts and tables by using filter on top of this article.

Kentucky State Colleges General Information

Number of Schools
Total114
Public Schools25
Private Schools89
4 Years Schools56
2-4 Years Schools54
1-2 Years Schools4
Undergraduate Schools109
Graduate Schools33

Undergraduate School Tuition and Expenses of Kentucky State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 4,551$ 13,271$ 373$ 1,014$ 10,437
Private$ 15,780$ 742$ 1,710$ 10,274

Graduate School Tuition and Expenses of Kentucky State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 8,118$ 16,254$ 613$ 1,041$ 10,437
Private$ 8,721$ 364$ 1,426$ 11,053

Public School Tuition and Expenses of Kentucky State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$ 4,551$ 13,271$ 373$ 1,014$ 10,437
Graduate$ 8,118$ 16,254$ 613$ 1,041$ 10,437

Private School Tuition and Expenses of Kentucky State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 15,780$ 742$ 1,710$ 10,274
Graduate$ 8,721$ 364$ 1,426$ 11,053

4 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Kentucky State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 7,173$ 17,494$ 657$ 1,041$ 10,437
Private$ 16,470$ 733$ 1,678$ 10,354

2-4 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Kentucky State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 3,240$ 11,160$ 89$ 1,000$0
Private$ 13,477$ 948$ 1,884$ 9,315

1-2 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Kentucky State is not available due to lack of data or inaccurate information.

Arizona State 10 Years Tuition Rates and Costs Statistics Charts

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We analyze Arizona State Tuition Rates for over the past 10 years (2003-2012). We provide tuition change graph, year on year tuition rate comparison chart, and 10 year cumulative tuition chart.

Arizona State Colleges General Information

Number of Schools
Total139
Public Schools29
Private Schools110
4 Years Schools52
2-4 Years Schools40
1-2 Years Schools47
Undergraduate Schools132
Graduate Schools27

10 Year Tuition Costs Change of Arizona Colleges

Arizona State 10 Years College Tuition Change Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State$6,132$6,610$7,179$7,578$8,185$8,598$7,423$7,805$8,310$8,641
Out-of-State$7,724$8,203$8,732$9,376$10,097$10,532$10,399$11,023$11,630$12,031

10 Year Tuition Rates (Year on Year) of Arizona Colleges

Arizona State 10 Years College Rates (Year on Year) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State-7.79%8.61%5.55%8.01%5.06%-13.67%5.14%6.47%3.98%
Out-of-State-6.19%6.45%7.37%7.70%4.30%-1.26%6.01%5.51%3.45%

10 Year Tuition Rates (Cumulative) of Arizona Colleges

Arizona State 10 Years College Tuition Rates (Cumulative) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State-7.79%17.07%23.57%33.47%40.21%21.05%27.28%35.51%40.91%
Out-of-State-6.19%13.05%21.38%30.72%36.34%34.62%42.71%50.57%55.76%

Alaska State Colleges and Universities Tuition Rates and Costs Chart

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We analyze Alaska State Tuition Costs by School Type, Level, and Degree. Each Table summarizes tuition costs and we show graphical charts for the summarizing tables. You can see a specific tuition charts and tables by using filter on top of this article.

Alaska State Colleges General Information

Number of Schools
Total12
Public Schools7
Private Schools5
4 Years Schools7
2-4 Years Schools4
1-2 Years Schools1
Undergraduate Schools12
Graduate Schools5

Undergraduate School Tuition and Expenses of Alaska State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 4,347$ 11,571$ 636$ 1,036$ 9,971
Private$ 14,766$ 198$ 460$ 8,017

Graduate School Tuition and Expenses of Alaska State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 8,928$ 18,240$ 906$ 1,227$ 9,769
Private$ 11,340$ 110$ 1,000$ 12,350

Public School Tuition and Expenses of Alaska State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$ 4,347$ 11,571$ 636$ 1,036$ 9,971
Graduate$ 8,928$ 18,240$ 906$ 1,227$ 9,769

Private School Tuition and Expenses of Alaska State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 14,766$ 198$ 460$ 8,017
Graduate$ 11,340$ 110$ 1,000$ 12,350

4 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Alaska State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 5,115$ 16,755$ 843$ 1,227$ 9,769
Private$ 17,188$ 200$ 650$ 7,825

2-4 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Alaska State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 3,195$ 3,795$ 325$ 750$ 10,273
Private$ 7,500$ 194$ 80$ 8,400

1-2 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Alaska State is not available due to lack of data or inaccurate information.

Alabama State Colleges and Universities Tuition Rates and Costs Chart

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We analyze Alabama State Tuition Costs by School Type, Level, and Degree. Each Table summarizes tuition costs and we show graphical charts for the summarizing tables. You can see a specific tuition charts and tables by using filter on top of this article.

Alabama State Colleges General Information

Number of Schools
Total91
Public Schools42
Private Schools49
4 Years Schools45
2-4 Years Schools35
1-2 Years Schools11
Undergraduate Schools91
Graduate Schools29

Undergraduate School Tuition and Expenses of Alabama State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 4,384$ 9,190$ 874$ 1,331$ 8,768
Private$ 13,823$ 711$ 1,134$ 10,474

Graduate School Tuition and Expenses of Alabama State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 6,896$ 15,664$ 949$ 1,242$ 10,314
Private$ 10,974$ 543$ 1,317$ 11,827

Public School Tuition and Expenses of Alabama State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$ 4,384$ 9,190$ 874$ 1,331$ 8,768
Graduate$ 6,896$ 15,664$ 949$ 1,242$ 10,314

Private School Tuition and Expenses of Alabama State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 13,823$ 711$ 1,134$ 10,474
Graduate$ 10,974$ 543$ 1,317$ 11,827

4 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Alabama State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 6,528$ 14,762$ 988$ 1,242$ 10,314
Private$ 13,565$ 660$ 1,246$ 10,474

2-4 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Alabama State

TuitionRequired FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
in-StateOut-of-State
Public$ 3,230$ 6,189$ 828$ 1,377$ 6,534
Private$ 14,792$ 949$ 667$ 6,534

1-2 Year School Tuition and Expenses of Alabama State is not available due to lack of data or inaccurate information.

2013 Top 10 Colleges Tuition Comparison

USNEWS announced 2013 Top 10 National Universities (source: US News Education) Most Colleges in 2013 Best College list have been in best college list recent years and Harvard and Princeton University remains top of the Best Colleges.

College Ranking and General Comparison
Next Table compares basic characteristics of the colleges. If you want to check detail of the college, please follow the link on the college name.



2013
Ranking
NameType & LevelLocation PopulationCampus Setting
1Harvard University4 years, PrivateCambridge, Massachusetts 34,342Midsize(City)
1Princeton University4 years, PrivatePrinceton, New Jersey 8,004Large(Suburb)
3Yale University4 years, PrivateNew Haven, Connecticut 12,893Midsize(City)
4Columbia University in the City of New York4 years, PrivateNew York, New York 27,257Large(City)
4University of Chicago4 years, PrivateChicago, Illinois 17,645Large(City)
6Massachusetts Institute of Technology4 years, PrivateCambridge, Massachusetts 11,271Midsize(City)
6Stanford University4 years, PrivateStanford, California 22,026Large(Suburb)
8Duke University4 years, PrivateDurham, North Carolina 16,638Midsize(City)
8University of Pennsylvania4 years, PrivatePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania 28,453Large(City)
10California Institute of Technology4 years, PrivatePasadena, California 2,274Midsize(City)
10Dartmouth College4 years, PrivateHanover, New Hampshire 6,580Remote(Town)

2013 Top 10 Colleges Tuition Comparison
School NameTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Harvard University$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149
Princeton University$ 37,000$ 865$ 1,200$ 14,869
Yale University$ 40,500$ 0$ 3,150$ 14,600
Columbia University in the City of New York$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878
University of Chicago$ 41,853$ 930$ 1,300$ 14,870
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488
Stanford University$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691
Duke University$ 40,665$ 1,273$ 1,340$ 14,047
University of Pennsylvania$ 37,620$ 4,478$ 1,160$ 14,102
California Institute of Technology$ 36,387$ 1,317$ 1,323$ 15,063
Dartmouth College$ 41,736$ 1,260$ 1,851$ 13,791

2013 Top 10 Colleges Tuition Chart

University of Alabama Tuition Changes Over Past 10 Years

We analyze The University of Alabama tuition rates for over the past 10 years (2003 - 2012). We provide tuition change graph, year on year tuition rate comparison chart, and 10 year cumulative tuition chart.

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General Information of The University of Alabama
Location739 University Blvd, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0166
Phone205-348-6010
Websitewww.ua.edu
School Type4 or more years, Public
School Size20,000 and above
Undergraduate OfferYes
Graduate OfferYes
Campus settingSmall(City)
Campus housingYes
School AliasUA, BAMA
Student population 33,681 (27,175 undergraduate, 6,506 graduate)

10 Year The University of Alabama Tuition Change

The University of Alabama 10 Years Tuition Change Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State$3,556$4,134$4,630$4,864$5,278$5,700$6,400$7,000$7,900$8,600
Out-of-State$9,624$11,294$12,664$13,516$15,294$16,518$18,000$19,200$20,500$21,900


10 Year The University of Alabama Tuition Rates (Year on Year)

The University of Alabama 10 Years Tuition Rates (Year on Year) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State0.00%16.25%12.00%5.05%8.51%8.00%12.28%9.38%12.86%8.86%
Out-of-State0.00%17.35%12.13%6.73%13.15%8.00%8.97%6.67%6.77%6.83%


10 Year The University of Alabama Tuition Rates (Cumulative)

The University of Alabama 10 Years Tuition Rates (Cumulative) Table
2003200420052006200720082009201020112012
In-State0.00%16.25%30.20%36.78%48.43%60.29%79.98%96.85%122.16%141.84%
Out-of-State0.00%17.35%31.59%40.44%58.92%71.63%87.03%99.50%113.01%127.56%


In-StateOut-of-State
2003$3,556.00$9,624.00
2004$4,134.00$11,294.00
2005$4,630.00$12,664.00
2006$4,864.00$13,516.00
2007$5,278.00$15,294.00
2008$5,700.00$16,518.00
2009$6,400.00$18,000.00
2010$7,000.00$19,200.00
2011$7,900.00$20,500.00
2012$8,600.00$21,900.00
In-StateOut-of-State
200300
200416.2517.35
200512.0012.13
20065.056.73
20078.5113.15
20088.008.00
200912.288.97
20109.386.67
201112.866.77
20128.866.83
In-StateOut-of-State
200300
200416.2517.35
200530.2031.59
200636.7840.44
200748.4358.92
200860.2971.63
200979.9887.03
201096.8599.50
2011122.16113.01
2012141.84127.56

University of Alabama Tuition Rates and Living Costs

The University of Alabama is a small(city) college located in Tuscaloosa, AL. The University of Alabama is 4 years, Public school that educates undergraduate and graduate students.

The University of Alabama offers bachelor's degree, master's degree, post-master's certificate, doctor's degree - research/scholarship and doctor's degree - professional practice degrees in the fields of natural resources and conservation, area, ethnic, cultural, gender, and group studies, communication, journalism, and related programs, computer and information sciences and support services, education and engineering and other 26 fields.

Population of The University of Alabama is 33,681 (27,175 undergraduate, 6,506 graduate). The school provides on-campus hosuing and total domitory capacity is7,733. Cost for Room & Board is $ 10,781. In 2012, In-state tuition of The University of Alabama is $ 8,600 and out-of-state tuition is $ 21,900 .

2012 Tuition, Fees, and Living Costs

The University of Alabama Costs Table (2012)
In-StateOut-0f-State
TuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionFeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$ 8,600$ 0$ 1,100$ 14,239$ 21,900$ 0$ 1,100$ 14,239
Graduate$ 8,600$ 0$ 1,100$ 14,239$ 21,900$ 0$ 1,100$ 14,239