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.


Average College Tuition By State

Table. Average College Tuition Rates by State (2012)
Statein-stateout-of-state
Alabama$4,384 $11,446
Alaska$4,347 $12,991
Arizona$2,518 $12,633
Arkansas$2,999 $9,221
California$2,406 $15,539
Colorado$4,054 $14,108
Connecticut$4,347 $18,993
Delaware$4,824 $13,227
District of Columbia$6,380 $22,069
Florida$2,805 $14,508
Georgia$3,066 $12,003
Hawaii$3,547 $11,550
Idaho$3,373 $12,361
Illinois$6,813 $16,451
Indiana$5,115 $16,939
Iowa$4,195 $16,204
Kansas$2,751 $11,186
Kentucky$4,551 $14,977
Louisiana$2,772 $9,937
Maine$5,156 $18,156
Maryland$5,356 $16,339
Massachusetts$1,377 $22,548
Michigan$5,906 $14,135
Minnesota$5,676 $14,772
Mississippi$3,243 $9,112
Missouri$4,850 $13,211
Montana$3,427 $10,333
Nebraska$3,843 $12,151
Nevada$3,314 $15,276
New Hampshire$8,002 $19,657
New Jersey$6,254 $14,953
New Mexico$2,031 $9,256
New York$4,741 $16,492
North Carolina$2,338 $13,242
North Dakota$3,918 $8,238
Ohio$5,291 $15,399
Oklahoma$2,889 $11,275
Oregon$4,502 $16,545
Pennsylvania$9,048 $19,169
Rhode Island$6,473 $26,299
South Carolina$5,849 $14,471
South Dakota$3,150 $8,560
Tennessee$4,127 $15,816
Texas$3,229 $11,835
Utah$3,728 $13,857
Vermont$9,064 $26,305
Virginia$4,298 $15,732
Washington$4,262 $13,737
West Virginia$3,438 $10,891
Wisconsin$4,733 $15,084
Wyoming$1,803 $7,053
American Samoa$2,660 $2,940
Federated States of Micronesia$3,780 $3,780
Guam$4,140 $8,320
Marshall Islands$4,280 $4,280
Northern Marianas$2,280 $4,560
Palau$2,640 $3,000
Puerto Rico$1,833 $5,691
Virgin Islands$3,990 $11,970
Average$4,172 $13,234

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