2020 Tuition & Fees By State

The 2020 average tuition & fees is $6,659 for State residents and $13,082 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. The graduate program average tuition & fees is $10,878 for State residents and $19,898 for out-of-state students. Vermont colleges have the highest undergraduate tuition & fees and New Mexico colleges has the lowest tuition & fees. for graduate programs, Hawaii colleges have the highest tuition & fees and North Dakota colleges has the lowest graduate tuition & fees.

Below table illustrates the average tuition & fees by U.S. State for both undergraduate and graduate programs. The average in-state rate (for state residents) and out-of-state rate are computed based on public schools' rate only. You can check more detail information about your state by following the link on state name in the table.

U.S. Colleges Tuition & Fees by State (2019-2020)
StateUndergraduateGraduate
In-StateOut-of-StatePrivate SchoolsIn-StateOut-of-StatePrivate Schools
Alaska$5,838$15,584$13,642$12,541$24,616$12,110
Alabama$6,873$13,329$15,300$9,480$19,561$12,181
Arkansas$4,793$7,794$16,225$7,565$13,443$21,202
Arizona$4,676$11,444$18,414$11,610$24,412$17,221
California$3,731$11,686$21,826$11,205$21,746$22,231
Colorado$7,043$16,311$17,444$11,111$19,587$18,815
Connecticut$8,306$17,595$25,338$13,497$24,703$19,409
District of Columbia$6,020$12,704$24,907$9,860$18,176$24,203
Delaware$6,946$16,278$16,117$19,081$23,341$13,719
Florida$3,898$8,708$17,513$10,021$23,124$14,827
Georgia$4,728$11,279$19,571$7,326$19,153$15,726
Hawaii$5,016$13,406$21,029$14,499$32,655$16,349
Iowa$7,956$10,629$24,029$11,006$17,035$11,963
Idaho$5,938$13,740$16,316$9,816$27,300$13,199
Illinois$6,116$11,461$21,314$11,734$18,177$19,587
Indiana$8,193$20,951$20,839$8,557$19,216$18,679
Kansas$5,185$8,139$18,975$8,561$19,296$10,648
Kentucky$6,331$17,213$18,434$11,012$18,366$10,546
Louisiana$6,412$12,351$16,319$9,784$15,763$17,281
Massachusetts$9,275$15,133$30,246$13,202$18,933$28,102
Maryland$6,971$14,524$22,240$12,159$18,760$17,097
Maine$7,526$13,855$29,561$12,066$15,885$25,317
Michigan$6,978$12,168$19,559$15,886$25,599$18,709
Minnesota$6,972$8,860$23,002$10,870$14,872$15,071
Missouri$8,504$11,550$17,489$8,718$16,786$13,592
Mississippi$4,880$7,971$15,134$7,664$12,070$13,222
Montana$4,479$11,128$15,628$6,703$20,365$20,293
North Carolina$3,506$10,842$21,114$8,140$21,603$14,898
North Dakota$5,984$7,904$13,773$6,914$9,909$12,725
Nebraska$6,749$10,269$20,236$8,020$13,877$12,718
New Hampshire$11,824$20,420$24,879$15,721$19,846$19,506
New Jersey$8,644$13,417$19,403$16,840$23,523$20,369
New Mexico$3,260$6,710$18,062$6,477$12,289$21,638
Nevada$5,012$15,230$19,295$5,555$15,589$22,420
New York$8,989$14,138$22,057$12,334$23,146$23,341
Ohio$7,620$11,562$19,597$11,424$22,351$16,294
Oklahoma$4,642$7,977$17,245$6,340$15,250$13,013
Oregon$7,229$15,618$21,895$16,557$23,586$19,801
Pennsylvania$13,488$18,106$23,931$19,142$25,475$20,217
Rhode Island$9,615$22,424$27,622$12,028$22,080$23,571
South Carolina$8,181$15,439$18,975$12,986$23,946$15,058
South Dakota$7,395$9,284$13,392$7,166$11,697$13,300
Tennessee$5,537$11,621$18,287$11,304$22,719$18,266
Texas$4,989$11,018$17,649$7,535$16,561$17,793
Utah$4,254$10,233$15,879$8,140$21,967$11,951
Virginia$8,281$18,172$18,901$14,191$26,945$15,302
Vermont$13,128$28,190$34,167$13,863$21,922$23,959
Washington$5,365$11,054$20,422$14,475$27,812$20,819
Wisconsin$6,447$11,266$23,992$9,190$17,422$15,967
West Virginia$5,595$9,419$16,051$8,599$16,354$12,541
Wyoming$4,316$11,085$19,740$6,289$16,009-
Average$6,659$13,082$20,058$10,878$19,898$16,995