ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) Schools 2015-2016 Tuition Comparison

In this page, we introduce colleges which is members of ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) major program and compare tuition costs between them for year 2015. The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is a collegiate athletic conference in the United States in which its fifteen member universities compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA's) Division I, with its football teams competing in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), the highest levels for athletic competition in US-based collegiate sports. The ACC sponsors competition in twenty-five sports with many of its member institutions' athletic programs held in high regard nationally. ACC teams and athletes have claimed dozens of national championships in multiple sports throughout the conference's history. Generally, the ACC's top athletes and teams in any particular sport in a given year are considered to be among the top collegiate competitors in the nation.

General information and comparison between ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) Colleges

In ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference), 8 public and 6 private schools are in ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference). Next table shows academic information and general characteristics of the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) members.
Table. Best ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) Schools Overview
Name Acceptance RatesPopulation (Fall 2014)Student Faculty Ratio
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA
32%15,591 6.67 %
Clemson University
Clemson, SC
58%24,637 5.88 %
Duke University
Durham, NC
13%17,575 14.29 %
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL
57%46,733 3.85 %
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
Atlanta, GA
55%24,434 5.88 %
University of Maryland-College Park
College Park, MD
47%43,086 5.56 %
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL
40%18,556 8.33 %
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
28%31,614 7.69 %
North Carolina State University at Raleigh
Raleigh, NC
50%39,135 5.88 %
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN
22%12,632 10.00 %
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus
Pittsburgh, PA
56%32,678 7.14 %
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY
49%34,357 6.25 %
University of Virginia-Main Campus
Charlottesville, VA
30%27,542 6.25 %
Wake Forest University
Winston Salem, NC
35%8,093 9.09 %
Student/Faculty Ratio data are reported for year 2014.

2016 Estimated Tuition of ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) Colleges

The estimated tuition & costs are shown in below table. The 2016 tuition & costs are estimated by the school directly and subject to change without notice. Check the update and detail cost information including book, supplies, and living costs at school's full information page by following link on a school name.
Table. ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) College Estimated 2016 Tuition and Fees
2016 Tuition & Fees 2015 Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Boston College $48,540$46,670
Clemson University $13,882$32,800 $12,606$30,622
Duke University $49,486$45,800
Florida State University $5,644$18,788 $4,640$19,084
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus $12,072$31,376 $9,002$28,306
University of Maryland-College Park $9,996$31,144 $7,612$27,905
University of Miami $45,724$43,040
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $8,562$33,644 $6,423$31,505
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $8,552$24,902 $6,038$21,293
University of Notre Dame $47,929$45,730
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus $18,192$28,958 $16,872$27,268
Syracuse University $43,318$40,380
University of Virginia-Main Campus $14,476$43,772 $10,484$38,988
Wake Forest University $83,540$45,638


2015 Tuition comparison between ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) colleges

Below section describes the 2015 tuition and other costs for each ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) school. The 2015 tuition, fees, and other costs is released by US Department of Education officially. You can analyze and compare 2015 tuition cost between them with tables and charts. In addition you can compare the schools in all academic perspectives including admission, tuition, graduation, population and more at ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) tuition comparing page.
Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate (2015)
The average undergraduate school tuition & fees for the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) colleges is $31,879 for in-state students and $36,745 for out-of-state students.
Table. ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) College Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate (2015)
Tuition & FeesBooks & Supplies
In-StateOut-of-State
Boston College $47,436 $1,000
Clemson University $31,462 $1,138
Duke University $47,243$47,243 $1,260
Florida State University $21,673 $1,000
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus $11,394$30,698 $1,200
University of Maryland-College Park $9,427$29,720 $1,130
University of Miami $44,350$44,350 $2,430
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $33,418 $1,484
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $8,296$23,551 $1,076
University of Notre Dame $46,237$46,237 $1,050
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus $28,168 $1,170
Syracuse University $41,886$41,886 $1,378
University of Virginia-Main Campus $42,394 $1,260
Wake Forest University $46,200$46,200 $1,300
Average$31,879$36,745$1,276

Tuition and Fees - Graduate (2015)
The average graduate school tuition & fees for the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) colleges is $29,002 for in-state students and $30,898 for out-of-state students.
Table. ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) College Tuition and Fees - Graduate (2015)
Tuition & FeesBooks & Supplies
In-StateOut-of-State
Boston College $25,164 $1,000
Clemson University $16,868 $1,138
Duke University $45,760$45,760 $1,260
Florida State University $24,116 $1,000
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus $12,344$27,600 $1,200
University of Maryland-College Park $10,836$23,364 $1,130
University of Miami $32,220$32,220 $2,430
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $25,904 $1,484
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $7,623$21,311 $1,076
University of Notre Dame $45,610$45,610 $1,050
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus $33,960 $1,170
Syracuse University $32,184$32,184 $1,378
University of Virginia-Main Campus $23,722 $1,260
Wake Forest University $35,364$35,364 $1,300
Average$29,002$30,898$1,276

Living Costs (2015)
The average living costs for the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) colleges is $14,500 when living on campus and $14,438 when living off campus.
Table. ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) College Living Costs (2015)
On-CampusOff-Campus
Room & BoardOther ExpensesRoom & BoardOther Expenses
Boston College $13,186 $1,400 $8,325 $1,400
Clemson University $8,358 $6,208 $9,888 $4,118
Duke University $13,290 $2,206 - -
Florida State University $10,208 $3,884 $10,208 $3,884
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus $10,434 $1,720 $12,840 $1,720
University of Maryland-College Park $10,633 $3,162 $12,679 $3,824
University of Miami $12,684 $3,390 $10,700 $5,540
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $10,592 $5,238 $10,592 $5,238
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $10,030 $3,552 $10,030 $3,552
University of Notre Dame $13,224 $1,950 $13,224 $1,950
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus $10,800 $3,222 $10,800 $3,222
Syracuse University $14,460 $1,596 $14,460 $1,596
University of Virginia-Main Campus $10,052 $2,490 $10,052 $2,816
Wake Forest University $12,638 $2,400 $12,638 $2,400
Average$11,470$3,029$11,264$3,173

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