Southeastern Conference (SEC) Tuition Comparison

Updated for 2014 Tuition from IPEDS(http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds)

The SEC(Southeastern Conference) refers to an American college athletic conference whose member institutions are located primarily in the southeastern part of the United States. The SEC participates in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I in athletic competitions.The conference is one of the most successful financially, consistently leading most conferences in revenue distribution to its members, including an SEC record $220.0 million for the 2010-11 fiscal year. (source: Wikipedia)

Of course, SEC is famous for high-ranged college football team such as University of Alabama, University of Florida, University of Georgia, and Louisiana State University. But, besides the sports, SEC has many outstanding colleges and universities and people loves to be a member of those schools.

In this page, we introduce members of Southeastern Conference (SEC) and compare tuition costs between them.

General information and comparison between Southeastern Conference (SEC) Colleges
13 public and 1 private schools are included in Southeastern Conference (SEC). Next table shows academic information and general characteristics of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) members.
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) Member Overview
NameLocationType PopulationStudent Faculty Ratio
University of FloridaGainesville, FL Public, Four or more years49,913 4.76 %
University of GeorgiaAthens, GA Public, Four or more years34,519 5.56 %
University of KentuckyLexington, KY Public, Four or more years28,034 5.56 %
University of Missouri-ColumbiaColumbia, MO Public, Four or more years34,704 5.00 %
University of South Carolina-ColumbiaColumbia, SC Public, Four or more years31,288 5.88 %
The University of TennesseeKnoxville, TN Public, Four or more years29,833 5.88 %
Vanderbilt UniversityNashville, TN Private not-for-profit, Four or more years12,710 12.50 %
The University of AlabamaTuscaloosa, AL Public, Four or more years33,503 5.00 %
University of ArkansasFayetteville, AR Public, Four or more years24,537 5.26 %
Auburn UniversityAuburn University, AL Public, Four or more years25,134 5.56 %
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical CollegeBaton Rouge, LA Public, Four or more years30,225 4.35 %
Mississippi State UniversityMississippi State, MS Public, Four or more years20,365 5.26 %
University of MississippiUniversity, MS Public, Four or more years18,794 5.26 %
Texas A & M University-College StationCollege Station, TX Public, Four or more years50,627 4.55 %

Tuition comparison between Southeastern Conference (SEC) colleges
Below section describes the tuition and other costs for each Southeastern Conference (SEC) school. You can analyze and compare 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 Southeastern Conference (SEC) tuition comparing page.
Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
The average undergraduate school tuition for the Southeastern Conference (SEC) colleges is $ 7,498 for in-state students and $ 22,872 for out-of-state students.
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
In-StateOut-Of-State
TuitionFeesBooksTuitionFeesBooks
University of Florida $ 4,477$ 1,786$ 1,080 $ 25,694$ 2,847$ 1,080
University of Georgia $ 8,028$ 2,234$ 916 $ 26,238$ 2,234$ 916
University of Kentucky $ 9,012$ 1,098$ 1,000 $ 20,094$ 1,098$ 1,000
University of Missouri-Columbia $ 8,220$ 1,195$ 946 $ 22,569$ 1,195$ 946
University of South Carolina-Columbia $ 10,416$ 400$ 994 $ 28,128$ 400$ 994
The University of Tennessee $ 8,648$ 1,414$ 1,536 $ 26,838$ 1,714$ 1,536
Vanderbilt University $ 41,928$ 1,050$ 1,370 $ 41,928$ 1,050$ 1,370
The University of Alabama $ 9,450$ 0$ 1,200 $ 23,950$ 0$ 1,200
University of Arkansas $ 6,354$ 1,464$ 1,380 $ 17,610$ 1,464$ 1,380
Auburn University $ 8,256$ 1,596$ 1,200 $ 24,768$ 1,596$ 1,200
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College $ 5,891$ 1,982$ 1,500 $ 5,891$ 19,899$ 1,500
Mississippi State University $ 6,772$ 0$ 1,200 $ 16,960$ 0$ 1,200
University of Mississippi $ 6,660$ 100$ 1,200 $ 17,628$ 100$ 1,200
Texas A & M University-College Station $ 5,297$ 3,209$ 1,246 $ 21,917$ 3,209$ 1,246

Tuition and Fees - Graduate
The average graduate school tuition for the Southeastern Conference (SEC) colleges is $ 8,274 for in-state students and $ 21,963 for out-of-state students.
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College Tuition and Fees - Graduate
In-StateOut-Of-State
TuitionFeesBooksTuitionFeesBooks
University of Florida $ 10,770$ 1,872$ 1,080 $ 27,335$ 2,701$ 1,080
University of Georgia $ 7,700$ 2,234$ 916 $ 23,000$ 2,234$ 916
University of Kentucky $ 9,674$ 1,098$ 1,000 $ 21,740$ 1,098$ 1,000
University of Missouri-Columbia $ 8,213$ 1,078$ 946 $ 21,206$ 1,078$ 946
University of South Carolina-Columbia $ 11,640$ 400$ 994 $ 24,960$ 400$ 994
The University of Tennessee $ 9,540$ 1,404$ 1,536 $ 27,728$ 1,704$ 1,536
Vanderbilt University $ 41,928$ 414$ 1,370 $ 41,928$ 414$ 1,370
The University of Alabama $ 9,450$ 0$ 1,200 $ 23,950$ 0$ 1,200
University of Arkansas $ 6,507$ 864$ 1,380 $ 15,396$ 864$ 1,380
Auburn University $ 8,262$ 1,596$ 1,200 $ 24,786$ 1,596$ 1,200
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College $ 6,937$ 1,961$ 1,500 $ 6,937$ 20,135$ 1,500
Mississippi State University $ 6,772$ 0$ 1,200 $ 16,960$ 0$ 1,200
University of Mississippi $ 6,660$ 100$ 1,200 $ 17,628$ 100$ 1,200
Texas A & M University-College Station $ 5,437$ 2,813$ 1,246 $ 13,933$ 2,813$ 1,246

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