Best Law Schools LSAT, GPA, and Tuition Comparison

Best Law Schools LSAT, GPA, and Tuition Comparison
Here, we introduce and compare the best law schools with Law School Admission Test (LSAT) , GPA, admission, and tuition & fees. We only consider law schools that are accredited by American Bar Association (ABA) and exclude law schools accredited by the state government/council.
Yale Law School ranked first and Harvard Law School ranked second in law school rankings.
Below statements summarize the average statistics including LSAT score, GPA, acceptance rate, and law school tuition for the best law schools. You can compare all law schools in single table on the law school comparison page.
Admission StatisticsTuition & fees
Table. Best Law Schools Admission Comparison
RankSchool NameLocationLSAT ScoresGPAAcceptance RatePopulationPopulation (First-year Students)
1Yale Law School New Haven, CT1733.93 8.22%724184
2Harvard Law School Cambridge, MA1733.89 12.49%1,993494
3Columbia Law School
(Columbia University in the City of New York)
New York, NY1723.8 15.86%1,571329
4Stanford Law School Stanford, CA1713.91 9.72%668157
5University of Chicago Law School Chicago, IL1703.9 18.61%711192
6University of Pennsylvania Law School Philadelphia, PA1703.89 14.51%973235
7University of Virginia School of Law Charlottesville, VA1703.9 14.69%1,012303
8New York University School of Law New York, NY1703.8 21.60%2,190416
9Northwestern University School of Law Evanston, IL1693.85 18.01%1,148234
10Duke University School of Law Durham, NC1693.78 18.91%898214
11Washington University School of Law Saint Louis, MO1693.83 24.82%1,383221
12University of Michigan Law School Ann Arbor, MI1693.81 16.63%1,080294
13Cornell Law School Ithaca, NY1683.81 21.33%753193
14Los Angeles School of Law
(University of California-Los Angeles)
Los Angeles, CA1683.79 22.41%1,181298
15Berkeley School of Law
(University of California-Berkeley)
Berkeley, CA1683.81 19.68%1,280307
16Georgetown University Law Center Washington, DC1683.78 19.54%2,795551
17University of Texas School of Law Austin, TX1683.72 17.53%1,025280
18Vanderbilt University Law School Nashville, TN1673.8 21.91%615168
19Gould School of Law
(University of Southern California)
Los Angeles, CA1663.8 17.69%1,295200
20Boston University School of Law Boston, MA1663.78 23.14%1,122223
21The George Washington University Law School Washington, DC1663.73 31.03%1,809489
22Emory University Atlanta, GA1653.8 31.00%1,055240
23Notre Dame Law School Notre Dame, IN1653.74 24.05%638211
24University of Minnesota Law School Minneapolis, MN1653.75 39.13%725236
25Irvine School of Law
(University of California-Irvine)
Irvine, CA1653.59 20.81%532152
Average 1563 45664 186
Table. 2021 Best Law Schools Tuition Comparison
RankSchool NameIn-State Tuition & FeesOut-of-State Tuition & Fees
Law SchoolUndergraduateGraduateLaw SchoolUnder-graduateGraduate
1Yale Law School$57,700$44,500$66,128
2Harvard Law School$54,002$50,654$67,081
3Columbia Law School
(Columbia University in the City of New York)
$61,671$51,194$72,360
4Stanford Law School$56,169$53,151$62,847
5University of Chicago Law School$60,552$61,548$67,899
6University of Pennsylvania Law School$60,042$41,760$68,606
7University of Virginia School of Law$18,960$52,843 $20,184$31,712 $63,200$66,200
8New York University School of Law$54,880$36,892$68,712
9Northwestern University School of Law$58,701$56,567$66,806
10Duke University School of Law$57,633$59,140$67,318
11Washington University School of Law$57,386$56,562$59,300
12University of Michigan Law School$15,948$52,266 $24,772$49,548 $61,854$64,854
13Cornell Law School$59,282$30,022$68,270
14Los Angeles School of Law
(University of California-Los Angeles)
$13,249$43,003 $13,029$28,131 $47,089$53,152
15Berkeley School of Law
(University of California-Berkeley)
$14,312$44,066 $14,245$29,347 $51,987$55,316
16Georgetown University Law Center$57,928$53,591$64,548
17University of Texas School of Law$11,448$40,032 $12,028$22,886 $34,868$51,774
18Vanderbilt University Law School$54,158$49,124$60,050
19Gould School of Law
(University of Southern California)
$60,275$48,715$67,191
20Boston University School of Law$58,072$57,666$56,982
21The George Washington University Law School$58,640$31,824$63,205
22Emory University$53,868$44,676$58,842
23Notre Dame Law School$57,699$57,522$60,730
24University of Minnesota Law School$15,027$33,325 $19,221$28,845 $45,808$54,664
25Irvine School of Law
(University of California-Irvine)
$13,753$43,507 $13,354$28,456 $47,485$53,548
Average$27,722$37,254 $22,169$28,673 $38,126$43,399

2021 Wyoming Best Colleges Tuition Comparison

2021 Wyoming Best Colleges Tuition Comparison
This page compares the best colleges in Wyoming with tuition, admission, and more academic facts (Ranking data from College Evaluator). For the academic year 2020-2021, University of Wyoming rank first in the best Wyoming college ranking and is placed in second.

Admission Comparison Between Best Colleges in Wyoming

Colleges ranked in the best Wyoming colleges are public schools. The schools' average acceptance rate is 96.00% where University of Wyoming has the tightest (lowest) acceptance rate of 96% and University of Wyoming has the highest rate of 96%. Total 12,450 students are attending one of the best Wyoming schools where University of Wyoming has the largest population with 12,450 students and University of Wyoming has the smallest number of students (12,450 students). The average graduation rate is 60.00% and the average students to faculty ratio is 15.00:1 at those colleges.
The following table shows the academic information and key facts of the best Wyoming colleges including acceptance rate, graduation rate, student population, and students to faculty ratio.
Table. Wyoming Best Colleges Overview
RankName Acceptance RateSAT ScoreGraduation RatePopulationStudent-Faculty Ratio
1University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY
96%1,17060%12,45015:1 (6.67 %)
Average96.00%1,17060.00%12,450 (Total)15.00:1 (6.67 %)

Best Wyoming Colleges 2021 Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimated Costs

The following table lists 2020-2021 tuition & fees and compares them between the best Wyoming colleges. The 2020-2021 costs are officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education. The estimated costs for the academic year 2021-2022 are calculated and estimated based on each school's rate of tuition change from 2020 to 2021.

For the undergraduate programs, the average tuition & fees of the best Wyoming colleges is $19,531 where University of Wyoming has the most expensive costs at $19,531 and University of Wyoming has the lowest amount of tuition at $19,531. The average graduate tuition & fees of the best Wyoming colleges is $16,615 where University of Wyoming has the highest tuition with $16,615 and University of Wyoming has the lowest amount of graduate school tuition with $16,615.
UndergraduateGraduate
Table. Best Wyoming Colleges 2021 Undergraduate Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1University of Wyoming $5,791$19,531 $7,065 $25,769
Average$5,791$19,531$7,065$25,769
Table. Best Wyoming Colleges 2021 Graduate School Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1University of Wyoming $6,517$16,615 $6,517$6,753
Average$6,517$16,615$6,753$17,244

2021 Wisconsin Best Colleges Tuition Comparison

2021 Wisconsin Best Colleges Tuition Comparison
This page compares the best colleges in Wisconsin with tuition, admission, and more academic facts (Ranking data from College Evaluator). For the academic year 2020-2021, University of Wisconsin-Madison rank first in the best Wisconsin college ranking and Lawrence University is placed in second.

Admission Comparison Between Best Colleges in Wisconsin

7 public and 3 private schools rank in the best Wisconsin colleges. The schools' average acceptance rate is 74.40% where University of Wisconsin-Madison has the tightest (lowest) acceptance rate of 54% and University of Wisconsin-Platteville has the highest rate of 85%. Total 135,774 students are attending one of the best Wisconsin schools where University of Wisconsin-Madison has the largest population with 43,463 students and Lawrence University has the smallest number of students (1,463 students). The average graduation rate is 66.00% and the average students to faculty ratio is 17.70:1 at those colleges.
The following table shows the academic information and key facts of the best Wisconsin colleges including acceptance rate, graduation rate, student population, and students to faculty ratio.
Table. Wisconsin Best Colleges Overview
RankName Acceptance RateSAT ScoreGraduation RatePopulationStudent-Faculty Ratio
1University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI
54%1,39088%43,46317:1 (5.88 %)
2Lawrence University
Appleton, WI
62%1,31579%1,4638:1 (12.50 %)
3Marquette University
Milwaukee, WI
83%1,22082%11,60514:1 (7.14 %)
4University of Wisconsin-River Falls
River Falls, WI
79%-58%6,13522:1 (4.55 %)
5University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
La Crosse, WI
73%-69%10,59719:1 (5.26 %)
6University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Eau Claire, WI
82%-67%11,60423:1 (4.35 %)
7University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI
77%-44%27,01218:1 (5.56 %)
8University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Platteville, WI
85%-56%8,95521:1 (4.76 %)
9Concordia University-Wisconsin
Mequon, WI
64%-64%6,37412:1 (8.33 %)
10University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
85%-53%8,56623:1 (4.35 %)
Average74.40%1,30866.00%135,774 (Total)17.70:1 (5.65 %)

Best Wisconsin Colleges 2021 Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimated Costs

The following table lists 2020-2021 tuition & fees and compares them between the best Wisconsin colleges. The 2020-2021 costs are officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education. The estimated costs for the academic year 2021-2022 are calculated and estimated based on each school's rate of tuition change from 2020 to 2021.

For the undergraduate programs, the average tuition & fees of the best Wisconsin colleges is $27,055 where Lawrence University has the most expensive costs at $50,958 and University of Wisconsin-River Falls has the lowest amount of tuition at $15,636. The average graduate tuition & fees of the best Wisconsin colleges is $19,900 where University of Wisconsin-Madison has the highest tuition with $25,523 and Concordia University-Wisconsin has the lowest amount of graduate school tuition with $11,460.
UndergraduateGraduate
Table. Best Wisconsin Colleges 2021 Undergraduate Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1University of Wisconsin-Madison $10,742$38,630 $10,759 $39,494
2Lawrence University $50,958$52,863
3Marquette University $45,666$47,471
4University of Wisconsin-River Falls $8,063$15,636 $8,089 $15,662
5University of Wisconsin-La Crosse $9,160$17,979 $9,193 $18,012
6University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire $8,870$17,145 $8,900 $17,175
7University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee $9,254$21,119 $8,922 $21,070
8University of Wisconsin-Platteville $7,873$16,148 $8,131 $16,852
9Concordia University-Wisconsin $31,182$32,035
10University of Wisconsin-Green Bay $7,873$16,091 $7,873 $16,091
Average$8,834$27,055$8,838$27,672
Table. Best Wisconsin Colleges 2021 Graduate School Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1University of Wisconsin-Madison $12,197$25,523 $12,197$12,214
2Lawrence University --
3Marquette University $21,690$22,339
4University of Wisconsin-River Falls $9,102$18,233 $9,102$9,122
5University of Wisconsin-La Crosse $10,019$20,005 $10,019$10,019
6University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire $9,506$19,540 $9,506$9,506
7University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee $11,864$25,295 $11,864$11,681
8University of Wisconsin-Platteville $9,095$18,226 $9,095$9,352
9Concordia University-Wisconsin $11,460$11,755
10University of Wisconsin-Green Bay $9,571$19,126 $9,571$9,571
Average$10,193$19,900$10,209$20,038

2021 West Virginia Best Colleges Tuition Comparison

2021 West Virginia Best Colleges Tuition Comparison
This page compares the best colleges in West Virginia with tuition, admission, and more academic facts (Ranking data from College Evaluator). For the academic year 2020-2021, West Virginia University rank first in the best West Virginia college ranking and Shepherd University is placed in second.

Admission Comparison Between Best Colleges in West Virginia

6 public and 4 private schools rank in the best West Virginia colleges. The schools' average acceptance rate is 78.20% where University of Charleston has the tightest (lowest) acceptance rate of 50% and Shepherd University has the highest rate of 96%. Total 57,898 students are attending one of the best West Virginia schools where West Virginia University has the largest population with 26,864 students and Bethany College has the smallest number of students (581 students). The average graduation rate is 47.60% and the average students to faculty ratio is 14.50:1 at those colleges.
The following table shows the academic information and key facts of the best West Virginia colleges including acceptance rate, graduation rate, student population, and students to faculty ratio.
Table. West Virginia Best Colleges Overview
RankName Acceptance RateSAT ScoreGraduation RatePopulationStudent-Faculty Ratio
1West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV
84%1,13061%26,86418:1 (5.56 %)
2Shepherd University
Shepherdstown, WV
96%1,07049%3,64816:1 (6.25 %)
3West Virginia Wesleyan College
Buckhannon, WV
64%1,03054%1,29413:1 (7.69 %)
4Bethany College
Bethany, WV
95%1,00546%58110:1 (10.00 %)
5West Liberty University
West Liberty, WV
71%1,06045%2,52613:1 (7.69 %)
6Marshall University
Huntington, WV
87%1,04549%13,20418:1 (5.56 %)
7Wheeling University
Wheeling, WV
68%1,02053%1,17111:1 (9.09 %)
8Fairmont State University
Fairmont, WV
85%1,01041%3,94716:1 (6.25 %)
9Concord University
Athens, WV
82%1,00040%2,04015:1 (6.67 %)
10University of Charleston
Charleston, WV
50%1,04238%2,62315:1 (6.67 %)
Average78.20%1,04147.60%57,898 (Total)14.50:1 (6.90 %)

Best West Virginia Colleges 2021 Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimated Costs

The following table lists 2020-2021 tuition & fees and compares them between the best West Virginia colleges. The 2020-2021 costs are officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education. The estimated costs for the academic year 2021-2022 are calculated and estimated based on each school's rate of tuition change from 2020 to 2021.

For the undergraduate programs, the average tuition & fees of the best West Virginia colleges is $23,843 where West Virginia Wesleyan College has the most expensive costs at $32,252 and West Liberty University has the lowest amount of tuition at $16,090. The average graduate tuition & fees of the best West Virginia colleges is $14,435 where West Virginia University has the highest tuition with $26,154 and West Liberty University has the lowest amount of graduate school tuition with $8,112.
UndergraduateGraduate
Table. Best West Virginia Colleges 2021 Undergraduate Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1West Virginia University $8,976$25,320 $8,976 $25,320
2Shepherd University $7,784$18,224 $7,784 $18,224
3West Virginia Wesleyan College $32,252$32,563
4Bethany College $30,840$31,015
5West Liberty University $8,150$16,090 $8,313 $16,252
6Marshall University $8,512$19,366 $8,613 $19,467
7Wheeling University $29,290$29,290
8Fairmont State University $7,738$16,814 $7,738 $16,814
9Concord University $8,385$18,037 $8,385 $18,037
10University of Charleston $32,200$44,330
Average$8,258$23,843$8,302$25,131
Table. Best West Virginia Colleges 2021 Graduate School Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1West Virginia University $10,134$26,154 $10,134$10,134
2Shepherd University $8,550$11,700 $8,550$8,550
3West Virginia Wesleyan College $12,982$13,640
4Bethany College $9,086$9,086
5West Liberty University $6,780$8,112 $6,780$7,297
6Marshall University $8,828$21,162 $8,828$8,929
7Wheeling University $9,710$9,710
8Fairmont State University $8,922$18,888 $8,922$8,922
9Concord University $9,158$9,158 $9,158$9,158
10University of Charleston $17,400$17,826
Average$8,729$14,435$8,832$14,466

2021 Washington Best Colleges Tuition Comparison

2021 Washington Best Colleges Tuition Comparison
This page compares the best colleges in Washington with tuition, admission, and more academic facts (Ranking data from College Evaluator). For the academic year 2020-2021, University of Washington-Seattle Campus rank first in the best Washington college ranking and Whitman College is placed in second.

Admission Comparison Between Best Colleges in Washington

5 public and 5 private schools rank in the best Washington colleges. The schools' average acceptance rate is 75.90% where University of Washington-Seattle Campus has the tightest (lowest) acceptance rate of 52% and Northwest University has the highest rate of 93%. Total 127,661 students are attending one of the best Washington schools where University of Washington-Seattle Campus has the largest population with 47,400 students and Northwest University has the smallest number of students (1,321 students). The average graduation rate is 71.20% and the average students to faculty ratio is 14.40:1 at those colleges.
The following table shows the academic information and key facts of the best Washington colleges including acceptance rate, graduation rate, student population, and students to faculty ratio.
Table. Washington Best Colleges Overview
RankName Acceptance RateSAT ScoreGraduation RatePopulationStudent-Faculty Ratio
1University of Washington-Seattle Campus
Seattle, WA
52%1,34584%47,40019:1 (5.26 %)
2Whitman College
Walla Walla, WA
56%1,34590%1,4759:1 (11.11 %)
3Gonzaga University
Spokane, WA
62%1,28085%7,56311:1 (9.09 %)
4University of Washington-Bothell Campus
Bothell, WA
74%1,14069%5,97020:1 (5.00 %)
5University of Washington-Tacoma Campus
Tacoma, WA
87%1,08556%5,35416:1 (6.25 %)
6Western Washington University
Bellingham, WA
90%1,17068%16,12118:1 (5.56 %)
7Washington State University
Pullman, WA
76%1,12560%31,47815:1 (6.67 %)
8Seattle University
Seattle, WA
78%1,23574%7,29111:1 (9.09 %)
9Northwest University
Kirkland, WA
93%1,13558%1,32112:1 (8.33 %)
10Seattle Pacific University
Seattle, WA
91%1,13568%3,68813:1 (7.69 %)
Average75.90%1,20071.20%127,661 (Total)14.40:1 (6.94 %)

Best Washington Colleges 2021 Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimated Costs

The following table lists 2020-2021 tuition & fees and compares them between the best Washington colleges. The 2020-2021 costs are officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education. The estimated costs for the academic year 2021-2022 are calculated and estimated based on each school's rate of tuition change from 2020 to 2021.

For the undergraduate programs, the average tuition & fees of the best Washington colleges is $39,671 where Whitman College has the most expensive costs at $50,408 and Western Washington University has the lowest amount of tuition at $25,266. The average graduate tuition & fees of the best Washington colleges is $24,980 where Seattle Pacific University has the highest tuition with $31,896 and Seattle University has the lowest amount of graduate school tuition with $14,040.
UndergraduateGraduate
Table. Best Washington Colleges 2021 Undergraduate Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1University of Washington-Seattle Campus $11,745$39,114 $12,032 $40,086
2Whitman College $50,408$47,212
3Gonzaga University $46,920$48,770
4University of Washington-Bothell Campus $11,649$39,018 $11,914 $39,968
5University of Washington-Tacoma Campus $11,889$39,258 $12,144 $40,198
6Western Washington University $8,508$25,266 $8,676 $25,855
7Washington State University $12,170$27,113 $12,508 $27,825
8Seattle University $48,390$50,260
9Northwest University $33,980$35,032
10Seattle Pacific University $47,244$49,514
Average$11,192$39,671$11,455$40,472
Table. Best Washington Colleges 2021 Graduate School Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1University of Washington-Seattle Campus $17,394$30,294 $17,394$15,682
2Whitman College --
3Gonzaga University $17,675$18,274
4University of Washington-Bothell Campus $17,298$30,198 $17,298$15,570
5University of Washington-Tacoma Campus $17,538$30,438 $17,538$15,800
6Western Washington University $12,192$24,105 $12,192$12,456
7Washington State University $13,463$27,561 $13,463$13,841
8Seattle University $14,040$9,805
9Northwest University $18,616$17,815
10Seattle Pacific University $31,896$33,208
Average$15,577$24,980$14,670$23,796

2021 Virginia Best Colleges Tuition Comparison

2021 Virginia Best Colleges Tuition Comparison
This page compares the best colleges in Virginia with tuition, admission, and more academic facts (Ranking data from College Evaluator). For the academic year 2020-2021, Washington and Lee University rank first in the best Virginia college ranking and University of Virginia-Main Campus is placed in second.

Admission Comparison Between Best Colleges in Virginia

8 public and 2 private schools rank in the best Virginia colleges. The schools' average acceptance rate is 53.40% where Washington and Lee University has the tightest (lowest) acceptance rate of 19% and George Mason University has the highest rate of 87%. Total 142,138 students are attending one of the best Virginia schools where George Mason University has the largest population with 37,316 students and Virginia Military Institute has the smallest number of students (1,685 students). The average graduation rate is 81.00% and the average students to faculty ratio is 12.40:1 at those colleges.
The following table shows the academic information and key facts of the best Virginia colleges including acceptance rate, graduation rate, student population, and students to faculty ratio.
Table. Virginia Best Colleges Overview
RankName Acceptance RateSAT ScoreGraduation RatePopulationStudent-Faculty Ratio
1Washington and Lee University
Lexington, VA
19%1,43094%2,2238:1 (12.50 %)
2University of Virginia-Main Campus
Charlottesville, VA
24%1,43095%24,63915:1 (6.67 %)
3University of Richmond
University of Richmond, VA
28%1,37589%4,0028:1 (12.50 %)
4William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA
38%1,41590%8,81711:1 (9.09 %)
5Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Blacksburg, VA
70%1,28586%34,68314:1 (7.14 %)
6Virginia Military Institute
Lexington, VA
60%1,18079%1,68510:1 (10.00 %)
7James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA
77%1,20584%21,75116:1 (6.25 %)
8Christopher Newport University
Newport News, VA
72%1,19578%4,95714:1 (7.14 %)
9The University of Virginia's College at Wise
Wise, VA
59%1,06544%2,06511:1 (9.09 %)
10George Mason University
Fairfax, VA
87%1,21571%37,31617:1 (5.88 %)
Average53.40%1,28081.00%142,138 (Total)12.40:1 (8.06 %)

Best Virginia Colleges 2021 Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimated Costs

The following table lists 2020-2021 tuition & fees and compares them between the best Virginia colleges. The 2020-2021 costs are officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education. The estimated costs for the academic year 2021-2022 are calculated and estimated based on each school's rate of tuition change from 2020 to 2021.

For the undergraduate programs, the average tuition & fees of the best Virginia colleges is $41,818 where Washington and Lee University has the most expensive costs at $57,285 and Christopher Newport University has the lowest amount of tuition at $27,790. The average graduate tuition & fees of the best Virginia colleges is $32,015 where Washington and Lee University has the highest tuition with $47,437 and Christopher Newport University has the lowest amount of graduate school tuition with $21,114.
UndergraduateGraduate
Table. Best Virginia Colleges 2021 Undergraduate Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1Washington and Lee University $57,285$59,850
2University of Virginia-Main Campus $18,960$52,843 $20,044 $54,240
3University of Richmond $56,860$59,116
4William & Mary $23,628$46,854 $24,356 $46,854
5Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University $13,749$32,893 $13,807 $32,951
6Virginia Military Institute $19,210$47,220 $19,302 $48,512
7James Madison University $12,330$29,230 $12,455 $29,355
8Christopher Newport University $14,924$27,790 $14,924 $27,790
9The University of Virginia's College at Wise $10,836$29,798 $11,453 $30,980
10George Mason University $13,014$37,410 $13,480 $38,849
Average$15,831$41,818$16,228$42,850
Table. Best Virginia Colleges 2021 Graduate School Tuition Comparison and 2022 Estimation
RankSchool Name 2021 Tuition & Fees2022 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
1Washington and Lee University $47,437-
2University of Virginia-Main Campus $20,184$31,712 $20,184$20,862
3University of Richmond $25,260$25,564
4William & Mary $16,440$34,229 $16,440$16,440
5Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University $16,030$29,943 $16,030$16,088
6Virginia Military Institute -- --
7James Madison University $11,976$29,016 $11,976$11,976
8Christopher Newport University $12,006$21,114 $12,006$12,006
9The University of Virginia's College at Wise -- --
10George Mason University $16,098$37,410 $16,098$16,561
Average$15,456$32,015$15,656$29,691