Southeastern Conference (SEC) Colleges Tuition Comparison Charts

In this page, we introduce colleges which is members of Southeastern Conference (SEC) major program and compare tuition costs between them for year 2015. The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a collegiate athletic conference whose member institutions are located primarily in the southeastern part of the United States. It is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. The SEC participates in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I in athletic competitions; for football, it is part of the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), formerly known as Division I-A. 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.

General information and comparison between Southeastern Conference (SEC) Colleges

In Southeastern Conference (SEC), 13 public and 1 private schools are in Southeastern Conference (SEC). Next table shows academic information and general characteristics of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) members.
Table. Best Southeastern Conference (SEC) Schools Overview
Name Acceptance RatesPopulationStudent Faculty Ratio
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
47%49,878 4.76 %
University of Georgia
Athens, GA
56%34,536 5.88 %
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
69%28,435 5.56 %
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, MO
79%34,616 5.00 %
University of South Carolina-Columbia
Columbia, SC
61%31,964 5.56 %
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Knoxville, TN
72%30,030 5.88 %
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN
13%12,757 12.50 %
The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
57%34,752 4.76 %
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR
59%25,341 5.26 %
Auburn University
Auburn University, AL
83%24,864 5.56 %
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
Baton Rouge, LA
76%30,478 4.35 %
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS
65%20,161 5.26 %
University of Mississippi
University, MS
59%19,431 5.26 %
Texas A & M University-College Station
College Station, TX
69%55,697 4.35 %
Student/Faculty Ratio data are reported for year 2013.

2015 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 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 Southeastern Conference (SEC) tuition comparing page.
Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate (2015)
The average undergraduate school tuition & fees for the Southeastern Conference (SEC) colleges is $9,276 for in-state students and $26,563 for out-of-state students.
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
Tuition & FeesBooks & Supplies
In-StateOut-of-State
University of Florida $6,313$28,591 $1,290
University of Georgia $10,836$29,046 $800
University of Kentucky $10,616$22,888 $1,000
University of Missouri-Columbia $9,433$24,460 $1,114
University of South Carolina-Columbia $11,158$29,440 $1,008
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville $11,876$30,326 $1,582
Vanderbilt University -$43,838 $1,370
The University of Alabama $24,950 $1,200
University of Arkansas $8,210$20,300 $1,400
Auburn University $10,200$27,384 $1,200
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College $8,750$26,467 $1,500
Mississippi State University $7,140$18,478 $1,200
University of Mississippi $7,096$19,144 $1,200
Texas A & M University-College Station $9,685$26,583 $1,000
Average$9,276$26,563$1,204

Tuition and Fees - Graduate (2015)
The average graduate school tuition & fees for the Southeastern Conference (SEC) colleges is $8,616 for in-state students and $23,996 for out-of-state students.
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College Tuition and Fees - Graduate
Tuition & FeesBooks & Supplies
In-StateOut-of-State
University of Florida $10,770$27,335 $1,290
University of Georgia $8,088$23,388 $800
University of Kentucky $10,099$23,451 $1,000
University of Missouri-Columbia $8,335$21,842 $1,114
University of South Carolina-Columbia $12,024$25,770 $1,008
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville $10,112$28,300 $1,582
Vanderbilt University -$42,768 $1,370
The University of Alabama $24,950 $1,200
University of Arkansas $6,989$16,535 $1,400
Auburn University $8,586$25,758 $1,200
Mississippi State University $7,040$18,378 $1,200
University of Mississippi $7,002$19,050 $1,200
Texas A & M University-College Station $5,741$14,429 $1,000
Average$8,616$23,996$1,204

Living Costs(2015)
The average living costs for the Southeastern Conference (SEC) colleges is $14,250 when living on campus and $14,530 when living off campus.
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College Living Costs (2015)
On-CampusOff-Campus
Room & BoardOther ExpensesRoom & BoardOther Expenses
University of Florida $9,630 $3,320 $9,630 $3,320
University of Georgia $9,246 $1,798 $7,434 $2,180
University of Kentucky $10,506 $3,208 $10,506 $3,208
University of Missouri-Columbia $9,386 $3,664 $9,386 $3,664
University of South Carolina-Columbia $9,248 $4,151 $10,287 $4,151
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville $10,296 $5,666 $10,296 $5,666
Vanderbilt University $14,382 $2,730 - -
The University of Alabama $12,716 $3,463 $12,716 $5,312
University of Arkansas $9,454 $4,002 $9,454 $4,002
Auburn University $12,178 $5,586 $12,178 $5,586
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College $10,804 $3,096 $15,264 $3,680
Mississippi State University $8,954 $5,326 $8,954 $5,326
University of Mississippi $9,908 $4,500 $9,908 $4,500
Texas A & M University-College Station $9,522 $2,768 $9,522 $2,768
Average$10,445$3,805$10,425$4,104

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