2022 College Tuition & Fees By State

The 2022 average tuition & fees is $6,854 for State residents and $13,403 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $20,574 regardless of where a student lives. The graduate program average tuition & fees is $11,074 for State residents and $20,153 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $17,483. Vermont colleges have the highest undergraduate tuition & fees and New Mexico colleges have the lowest tuition & fees. For graduate programs, Hawaii colleges have the highest tuition & fees and North Dakota colleges have the lowest graduate tuition & fees.

The following 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 detailed information about your state by following the link on the state name in the table.

U.S. Colleges Tuition & Fees by State (2021-2022)
StateUndergraduateGraduate
In-StateOut-of-StatePrivate SchoolsIn-StateOut-of-StatePrivate Schools
Alaska$6,124$15,412$14,086$12,475$24,842$12,110
Alabama$6,985$13,389$15,397$9,627$20,405$13,162
Arkansas$4,754$7,704$16,327$7,757$13,794$18,431
Arizona$4,720$12,256$19,811$11,769$24,184$17,008
California$3,755$12,406$22,337$11,266$21,959$22,460
Colorado$7,255$16,246$17,512$11,814$19,977$17,987
Connecticut$8,575$17,907$26,309$13,945$26,483$19,624
District of Columbia$6,152$13,004$25,621$10,094$18,608$25,725
Delaware$7,156$17,054$14,819$20,233$14,927$13,361
Florida$3,908$9,027$17,833$9,987$24,411$15,760
Georgia$4,752$11,294$19,667$7,489$19,275$15,764
Hawaii$5,020$13,411$21,470$14,366$30,806$17,329
Iowa$8,125$10,777$24,666$11,125$17,029$12,592
Idaho$5,941$13,956$16,101$8,594$23,121$14,337
Illinois$6,362$11,520$21,783$11,885$18,659$19,492
Indiana$8,613$21,753$21,742$8,852$20,012$19,299
Kansas$5,397$8,149$20,023$8,703$18,983$10,065
Kentucky$6,496$17,391$18,745$11,162$18,360$11,056
Louisiana$6,524$11,510$17,032$9,838$19,304$19,486
Massachusetts$9,431$15,747$31,298$13,595$19,554$29,117
Maryland$7,002$14,873$22,727$12,624$18,880$17,401
Maine$7,731$14,356$31,501$8,618$14,552$25,735
Michigan$7,353$12,438$20,157$16,534$25,731$18,659
Minnesota$7,196$8,988$23,706$11,202$14,841$15,556
Missouri$8,827$12,136$18,053$9,149$16,815$14,330
Mississippi$5,134$8,239$15,552$8,209$11,022$14,305
Montana$4,547$11,504$16,438$6,871$21,477$25,785
North Carolina$3,532$10,851$21,747$8,195$21,934$15,200
North Dakota$6,406$8,260$14,158$8,172$9,962$8,864
Nebraska$6,954$10,263$20,890$8,333$14,381$13,395
New Hampshire$11,839$20,901$25,101$16,646$21,051$23,259
New Jersey$8,872$13,967$19,259$17,405$23,087$20,299
New Mexico$3,427$7,193$21,556$6,633$12,669$21,619
Nevada$5,360$16,478$17,776$5,929$21,111$22,706
New York$9,181$14,312$22,594$12,292$23,177$24,668
Ohio$7,869$12,014$20,006$11,668$22,930$17,471
Oklahoma$4,717$7,880$17,664$6,612$15,925$12,699
Oregon$7,713$16,436$22,396$17,256$24,305$19,951
Pennsylvania$13,619$18,538$24,426$19,361$25,898$20,649
Rhode Island$10,338$24,171$27,796$12,956$23,804$26,321
South Carolina$8,236$15,545$19,335$13,117$25,358$14,934
South Dakota$7,723$9,707$14,269$7,618$13,148$13,107
Tennessee$5,599$11,136$18,500$11,392$22,012$19,004
Texas$5,435$11,681$17,382$8,135$17,733$17,684
Utah$4,373$10,918$16,362$8,191$21,595$14,089
Virginia$8,415$18,133$19,086$14,613$27,804$15,707
Vermont$13,577$28,793$35,357$13,164$22,277$24,631
Washington$5,643$11,513$20,880$14,375$27,745$21,429
Wisconsin$6,531$11,432$25,218$9,339$17,695$15,636
West Virginia$5,796$9,393$16,226$8,706$16,629$12,371
Wyoming$4,549$11,565$20,574$6,859$17,569-
Average$6,854$13,403$20,574$11,074$20,153$17,483

Alaska

10 colleges are active and serving students in Alaska - 6 public and 4 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 7 four(4) years (or high) schools, 2 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 1 vocational/trade schools. 10 schools have undergraduate programs and 5 schools offer graduate programs. Total 22,291 students have enrolled in Alaska colleges and, among them, 15,232 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 21,253 students and private schools have 1,038 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 2,039 students in Alaska.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Alaska colleges is $6,124 for Alaska residents and $15,412 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $14,086. The average graduate tuition & fees is $12,475 for Alaska residents and $24,842 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $12,110 in Alaska. Alaska Pacific University has the highest tuition & fees of $20,760 in Alaska. Among public Alaska schools, University of Alaska Anchorage has the highest tuition & fees of $25,228 ($8,622 for Alaska residents).

Alabama

87 colleges are active and serving students in Alabama - 39 public and 48 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 38 four(4) years (or high) schools, 30 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 19 vocational/trade schools. 86 schools have undergraduate programs and 32 schools offer graduate programs. Total 297,614 students have enrolled in Alabama colleges and, among them, 106,938 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 246,497 students and private schools have 51,117 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 52,830 students in Alabama.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Alabama colleges is $6,985 for Alabama residents and $13,389 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $15,397. The average graduate tuition & fees is $9,627 for Alabama residents and $20,405 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $13,162 in Alabama. Samford University has the highest tuition & fees of $35,360 in Alabama. Among public Alabama schools, Auburn University has the highest tuition & fees of $31,986 ($11,826 for Alabama residents).

Arkansas

89 colleges are active and serving students in Arkansas - 38 public and 51 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 29 four(4) years (or high) schools, 27 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 33 vocational/trade schools. 88 schools have undergraduate programs and 20 schools offer graduate programs. Total 151,837 students have enrolled in Arkansas colleges and, among them, 46,552 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 133,316 students and private schools have 18,521 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 20,608 students in Arkansas.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Arkansas colleges is $4,754 for Arkansas residents and $7,704 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $16,327. The average graduate tuition & fees is $7,757 for Arkansas residents and $13,794 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $18,431 in Arkansas. Hendrix College has the highest tuition & fees of $33,350 in Arkansas. Among public Arkansas schools, University of Arkansas has the highest tuition & fees of $26,390 ($9,574 for Arkansas residents).

Arizona

125 colleges are active and serving students in Arizona - 34 public and 91 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 42 four(4) years (or high) schools, 38 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 45 vocational/trade schools. 119 schools have undergraduate programs and 31 schools offer graduate programs. Total 632,500 students have enrolled in Arizona colleges and, among them, 338,132 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 381,030 students and private schools have 251,470 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 113,047 students in Arizona.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Arizona colleges is $4,720 for Arizona residents and $12,256 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $19,811. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,769 for Arizona residents and $24,184 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $17,008 in Arizona. Brookline College-Phoenix has the highest tuition & fees of $85,000 in Arizona. Among public Arizona schools, University of Arizona has the highest tuition & fees of $37,258 ($12,736 for Arizona residents).

California

737 colleges are active and serving students in California - 192 public and 545 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 296 four(4) years (or high) schools, 217 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 224 vocational/trade schools. 673 schools have undergraduate programs and 226 schools offer graduate programs. Total 2,686,441 students have enrolled in California colleges and, among them, 1,504,300 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 2,130,967 students and private schools have 555,474 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 326,966 students in California.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of California colleges is $3,755 for California residents and $12,406 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $22,337. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,266 for California residents and $21,959 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $22,460 in California. Glendale Career College has the highest tuition & fees of $76,785 in California. Among public California schools, University of California-San Diego has the highest tuition & fees of $44,454 ($14,700 for California residents).

Colorado

113 colleges are active and serving students in Colorado - 34 public and 79 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 51 four(4) years (or high) schools, 42 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 20 vocational/trade schools. 107 schools have undergraduate programs and 38 schools offer graduate programs. Total 377,370 students have enrolled in Colorado colleges and, among them, 135,789 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 280,392 students and private schools have 96,978 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 65,233 students in Colorado.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Colorado colleges is $7,255 for Colorado residents and $16,246 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $17,512. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,814 for Colorado residents and $19,977 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $17,987 in Colorado. Colorado College has the highest tuition & fees of $62,070 in Colorado. Among public Colorado schools, Colorado School of Mines has the highest tuition & fees of $40,838 ($19,538 for Colorado residents).

Connecticut

87 colleges are active and serving students in Connecticut - 33 public and 54 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 32 four(4) years (or high) schools, 19 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 36 vocational/trade schools. 84 schools have undergraduate programs and 24 schools offer graduate programs. Total 197,687 students have enrolled in Connecticut colleges and, among them, 87,103 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 104,372 students and private schools have 93,315 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 36,727 students in Connecticut.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Connecticut colleges is $8,575 for Connecticut residents and $17,907 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $26,309. The average graduate tuition & fees is $13,945 for Connecticut residents and $26,483 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $19,624 in Connecticut. Wesleyan University has the highest tuition & fees of $62,049 in Connecticut. Among public Connecticut schools, University of Connecticut has the highest tuition & fees of $41,192 ($18,524 for Connecticut residents).

District of Columbia

25 colleges are active and serving students in District of Columbia - 2 public and 23 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 20 four(4) years (or high) schools, 2 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 3 vocational/trade schools. 18 schools have undergraduate programs and 20 schools offer graduate programs. Total 98,043 students have enrolled in District of Columbia colleges and, among them, 42,199 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 3,946 students and private schools have 94,097 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 45,261 students in District of Columbia.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of District of Columbia colleges is $6,152 for District of Columbia residents and $13,004 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $25,621. The average graduate tuition & fees is $10,094 for District of Columbia residents and $18,608 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $25,725 in District of Columbia. Georgetown University has the highest tuition & fees of $59,957 in District of Columbia. Among public District of Columbia schools, University of the District of Columbia has the highest tuition & fees of $13,004 ($6,152 for District of Columbia residents).

Delaware

19 colleges are active and serving students in Delaware - 5 public and 14 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 8 four(4) years (or high) schools, 2 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 9 vocational/trade schools. 19 schools have undergraduate programs and 6 schools offer graduate programs. Total 60,103 students have enrolled in Delaware colleges and, among them, 40,958 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 41,658 students and private schools have 18,445 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 10,890 students in Delaware.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Delaware colleges is $7,156 for Delaware residents and $17,054 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $14,819. The average graduate tuition & fees is $20,233 for Delaware residents and $14,927 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $13,361 in Delaware. Wesley College has the highest tuition & fees of $27,284 in Delaware. Among public Delaware schools, University of Delaware has the highest tuition & fees of $36,880 ($15,020 for Delaware residents).

Florida

372 colleges are active and serving students in Florida - 92 public and 280 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 137 four(4) years (or high) schools, 99 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 136 vocational/trade schools. 365 schools have undergraduate programs and 83 schools offer graduate programs. Total 1,106,428 students have enrolled in Florida colleges and, among them, 580,361 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 798,297 students and private schools have 308,131 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 132,084 students in Florida.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Florida colleges is $3,908 for Florida residents and $9,027 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $17,833. The average graduate tuition & fees is $9,987 for Florida residents and $24,411 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $15,760 in Florida. L3 Commercial Training Solutions Airline Academy has the highest tuition & fees of $84,145 in Florida. Among public Florida schools, New College of Florida has the highest tuition & fees of $29,944 ($6,916 for Florida residents).

Georgia

160 colleges are active and serving students in Georgia - 51 public and 109 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 74 four(4) years (or high) schools, 52 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 34 vocational/trade schools. 155 schools have undergraduate programs and 51 schools offer graduate programs. Total 556,645 students have enrolled in Georgia colleges and, among them, 192,882 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 443,213 students and private schools have 113,432 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 88,381 students in Georgia.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Georgia colleges is $4,752 for Georgia residents and $11,294 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $19,667. The average graduate tuition & fees is $7,489 for Georgia residents and $19,275 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $15,764 in Georgia. Emory University has the highest tuition & fees of $55,468 in Georgia. Among public Georgia schools, Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus has the highest tuition & fees of $33,964 ($12,852 for Georgia residents).

Hawaii

25 colleges are active and serving students in Hawaii - 11 public and 14 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 12 four(4) years (or high) schools, 9 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 4 vocational/trade schools. 24 schools have undergraduate programs and 8 schools offer graduate programs. Total 60,190 students have enrolled in Hawaii colleges and, among them, 26,555 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 49,594 students and private schools have 10,596 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 6,421 students in Hawaii.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Hawaii colleges is $5,020 for Hawaii residents and $13,411 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $21,470. The average graduate tuition & fees is $14,366 for Hawaii residents and $30,806 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $17,329 in Hawaii. Mauna Loa Helicopters has the highest tuition & fees of $98,750 in Hawaii. Among public Hawaii schools, University of Hawaii at Manoa has the highest tuition & fees of $34,218 ($12,186 for Hawaii residents).

Iowa

87 colleges are active and serving students in Iowa - 24 public and 63 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 44 four(4) years (or high) schools, 42 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 1 vocational/trade schools. 85 schools have undergraduate programs and 34 schools offer graduate programs. Total 241,577 students have enrolled in Iowa colleges and, among them, 82,102 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 187,333 students and private schools have 54,244 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 35,590 students in Iowa.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Iowa colleges is $8,125 for Iowa residents and $10,777 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $24,666. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,125 for Iowa residents and $17,029 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $12,592 in Iowa. Grinnell College has the highest tuition & fees of $58,648 in Iowa. Among public Iowa schools, University of Iowa has the highest tuition & fees of $31,905 ($9,942 for Iowa residents).

Idaho

40 colleges are active and serving students in Idaho - 9 public and 31 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 14 four(4) years (or high) schools, 20 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 6 vocational/trade schools. 39 schools have undergraduate programs and 7 schools offer graduate programs. Total 125,361 students have enrolled in Idaho colleges and, among them, 42,280 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 74,554 students and private schools have 50,807 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 9,197 students in Idaho.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Idaho colleges is $5,941 for Idaho residents and $13,956 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $16,101. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,594 for Idaho residents and $23,121 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $14,337 in Idaho. Northwest Nazarene University has the highest tuition & fees of $34,390 in Idaho. Among public Idaho schools, University of Idaho has the highest tuition & fees of $27,576 ($8,340 for Idaho residents).

Illinois

270 colleges are active and serving students in Illinois - 66 public and 204 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 110 four(4) years (or high) schools, 70 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 90 vocational/trade schools. 249 schools have undergraduate programs and 91 schools offer graduate programs. Total 699,818 students have enrolled in Illinois colleges and, among them, 351,100 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 416,535 students and private schools have 283,283 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 158,182 students in Illinois.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Illinois colleges is $6,362 for Illinois residents and $11,520 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $21,783. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,885 for Illinois residents and $18,659 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $19,492 in Illinois. University of Chicago has the highest tuition & fees of $62,241 in Illinois. Among public Illinois schools, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has the highest tuition & fees of $32,892 ($15,442 for Illinois residents).

Indiana

115 colleges are active and serving students in Indiana - 16 public and 99 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 62 four(4) years (or high) schools, 17 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 36 vocational/trade schools. 110 schools have undergraduate programs and 51 schools offer graduate programs. Total 424,787 students have enrolled in Indiana colleges and, among them, 172,168 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 323,060 students and private schools have 101,727 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 79,556 students in Indiana.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Indiana colleges is $8,613 for Indiana residents and $21,753 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $21,742. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,852 for Indiana residents and $20,012 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $19,299 in Indiana. University of Notre Dame has the highest tuition & fees of $58,843 in Indiana. Among public Indiana schools, Indiana University-Bloomington has the highest tuition & fees of $38,352 ($11,333 for Indiana residents).

Kansas

81 colleges are active and serving students in Kansas - 34 public and 47 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 40 four(4) years (or high) schools, 28 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 13 vocational/trade schools. 80 schools have undergraduate programs and 27 schools offer graduate programs. Total 196,286 students have enrolled in Kansas colleges and, among them, 57,203 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 164,924 students and private schools have 31,362 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 28,572 students in Kansas.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Kansas colleges is $5,397 for Kansas residents and $8,149 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $20,023. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,703 for Kansas residents and $18,983 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $10,065 in Kansas. Ottawa University-Ottawa has the highest tuition & fees of $36,780 in Kansas. Among public Kansas schools, University of Kansas has the highest tuition & fees of $28,034 ($11,166 for Kansas residents).

Kentucky

94 colleges are active and serving students in Kentucky - 25 public and 69 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 41 four(4) years (or high) schools, 33 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 20 vocational/trade schools. 90 schools have undergraduate programs and 28 schools offer graduate programs. Total 268,273 students have enrolled in Kentucky colleges and, among them, 78,315 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 191,644 students and private schools have 76,629 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 60,581 students in Kentucky.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Kentucky colleges is $6,496 for Kentucky residents and $17,391 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $18,745. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,162 for Kentucky residents and $18,360 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $11,056 in Kentucky. Centre College has the highest tuition & fees of $46,000 in Kentucky. Among public Kentucky schools, University of Kentucky has the highest tuition & fees of $31,608 ($12,610 for Kentucky residents).

Louisiana

128 colleges are active and serving students in Louisiana - 35 public and 93 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 35 four(4) years (or high) schools, 37 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 56 vocational/trade schools. 126 schools have undergraduate programs and 29 schools offer graduate programs. Total 258,889 students have enrolled in Louisiana colleges and, among them, 68,351 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 214,365 students and private schools have 44,524 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 39,884 students in Louisiana.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Louisiana colleges is $6,524 for Louisiana residents and $11,510 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $17,032. The average graduate tuition & fees is $9,838 for Louisiana residents and $19,304 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $19,486 in Louisiana. Tulane University of Louisiana has the highest tuition & fees of $60,814 in Louisiana. Among public Louisiana schools, Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College has the highest tuition & fees of $28,635 ($11,958 for Louisiana residents).

Massachusetts

173 colleges are active and serving students in Massachusetts - 43 public and 130 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 97 four(4) years (or high) schools, 26 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 50 vocational/trade schools. 163 schools have undergraduate programs and 83 schools offer graduate programs. Total 485,083 students have enrolled in Massachusetts colleges and, among them, 235,040 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 191,981 students and private schools have 293,102 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 144,517 students in Massachusetts.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Massachusetts colleges is $9,431 for Massachusetts residents and $15,747 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $31,298. The average graduate tuition & fees is $13,595 for Massachusetts residents and $19,554 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $29,117 in Massachusetts. MGH Institute of Health Professions has the highest tuition & fees of $75,441 in Massachusetts. Among public Massachusetts schools, Massachusetts College of Art and Design has the highest tuition & fees of $39,800 ($14,200 for Massachusetts residents).

Maryland

92 colleges are active and serving students in Maryland - 33 public and 59 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 40 four(4) years (or high) schools, 22 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 30 vocational/trade schools. 90 schools have undergraduate programs and 35 schools offer graduate programs. Total 360,279 students have enrolled in Maryland colleges and, among them, 221,151 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 292,587 students and private schools have 67,692 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 72,846 students in Maryland.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Maryland colleges is $7,002 for Maryland residents and $14,873 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $22,727. The average graduate tuition & fees is $12,624 for Maryland residents and $18,880 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $17,401 in Maryland. Johns Hopkins University has the highest tuition & fees of $58,720 in Maryland. Among public Maryland schools, University of Maryland, Baltimore has the highest tuition & fees of $40,013 ($11,213 for Maryland residents).

Maine

39 colleges are active and serving students in Maine - 18 public and 21 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 24 four(4) years (or high) schools, 10 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 5 vocational/trade schools. 38 schools have undergraduate programs and 16 schools offer graduate programs. Total 71,688 students have enrolled in Maine colleges and, among them, 28,597 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 47,560 students and private schools have 24,128 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 9,789 students in Maine.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Maine colleges is $7,731 for Maine residents and $14,356 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $31,501. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,618 for Maine residents and $14,552 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $25,735 in Maine. Colby College has the highest tuition & fees of $61,220 in Maine. Among public Maine schools, University of Maine has the highest tuition & fees of $33,586 ($11,986 for Maine residents).

Michigan

171 colleges are active and serving students in Michigan - 47 public and 124 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 65 four(4) years (or high) schools, 35 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 71 vocational/trade schools. 163 schools have undergraduate programs and 49 schools offer graduate programs. Total 503,374 students have enrolled in Michigan colleges and, among them, 218,880 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 423,691 students and private schools have 79,683 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 76,466 students in Michigan.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Michigan colleges is $7,353 for Michigan residents and $12,438 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $20,157. The average graduate tuition & fees is $16,534 for Michigan residents and $25,731 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $18,659 in Michigan. Kalamazoo College has the highest tuition & fees of $54,522 in Michigan. Among public Michigan schools, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor has the highest tuition & fees of $53,232 ($16,178 for Michigan residents).

Minnesota

112 colleges are active and serving students in Minnesota - 45 public and 67 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 61 four(4) years (or high) schools, 37 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 14 vocational/trade schools. 104 schools have undergraduate programs and 42 schools offer graduate programs. Total 399,363 students have enrolled in Minnesota colleges and, among them, 189,835 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 233,822 students and private schools have 165,541 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 113,833 students in Minnesota.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Minnesota colleges is $7,196 for Minnesota residents and $8,988 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $23,706. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,202 for Minnesota residents and $14,841 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $15,556 in Minnesota. Macalester College has the highest tuition & fees of $60,518 in Minnesota. Among public Minnesota schools, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities has the highest tuition & fees of $33,818 ($15,254 for Minnesota residents).

Missouri

177 colleges are active and serving students in Missouri - 52 public and 125 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 82 four(4) years (or high) schools, 40 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 55 vocational/trade schools. 167 schools have undergraduate programs and 60 schools offer graduate programs. Total 350,603 students have enrolled in Missouri colleges and, among them, 104,162 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 214,324 students and private schools have 136,279 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 74,218 students in Missouri.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Missouri colleges is $8,827 for Missouri residents and $12,136 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $18,053. The average graduate tuition & fees is $9,149 for Missouri residents and $16,815 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $14,330 in Missouri. Washington University in St Louis has the highest tuition & fees of $58,866 in Missouri. Among public Missouri schools, University of Missouri-Columbia has the highest tuition & fees of $30,450 ($11,475 for Missouri residents).

Mississippi

60 colleges are active and serving students in Mississippi - 25 public and 35 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 19 four(4) years (or high) schools, 24 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 17 vocational/trade schools. 59 schools have undergraduate programs and 17 schools offer graduate programs. Total 166,838 students have enrolled in Mississippi colleges and, among them, 41,293 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 143,676 students and private schools have 23,162 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 23,623 students in Mississippi.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Mississippi colleges is $5,134 for Mississippi residents and $8,239 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $15,552. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,209 for Mississippi residents and $11,022 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $14,305 in Mississippi. Millsaps College has the highest tuition & fees of $42,960 in Mississippi. Among public Mississippi schools, University of Mississippi has the highest tuition & fees of $25,886 ($9,044 for Mississippi residents).

Montana

31 colleges are active and serving students in Montana - 17 public and 14 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 12 four(4) years (or high) schools, 14 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 5 vocational/trade schools. 31 schools have undergraduate programs and 8 schools offer graduate programs. Total 45,898 students have enrolled in Montana colleges and, among them, 6,411 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 41,290 students and private schools have 4,608 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 5,872 students in Montana.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Montana colleges is $4,547 for Montana residents and $11,504 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $16,438. The average graduate tuition & fees is $6,871 for Montana residents and $21,477 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $25,785 in Montana. Carroll College has the highest tuition & fees of $38,106 in Montana. Among public Montana schools, The University of Montana has the highest tuition & fees of $28,416 ($7,432 for Montana residents).

North Carolina

176 colleges are active and serving students in North Carolina - 76 public and 100 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 74 four(4) years (or high) schools, 68 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 34 vocational/trade schools. 172 schools have undergraduate programs and 58 schools offer graduate programs. Total 566,418 students have enrolled in North Carolina colleges and, among them, 262,282 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 454,499 students and private schools have 111,919 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 77,917 students in North Carolina.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of North Carolina colleges is $3,532 for North Carolina residents and $10,851 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $21,747. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,195 for North Carolina residents and $21,934 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $15,200 in North Carolina. Duke University has the highest tuition & fees of $60,244 in North Carolina. Among public North Carolina schools, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has the highest tuition & fees of $36,891 ($9,028 for North Carolina residents).

North Dakota

29 colleges are active and serving students in North Dakota - 14 public and 15 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 15 four(4) years (or high) schools, 11 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 3 vocational/trade schools. 29 schools have undergraduate programs and 11 schools offer graduate programs. Total 51,732 students have enrolled in North Dakota colleges and, among them, 12,773 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 44,591 students and private schools have 7,141 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 8,208 students in North Dakota.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of North Dakota colleges is $6,406 for North Dakota residents and $8,260 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $14,158. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,172 for North Dakota residents and $9,962 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $8,864 in North Dakota. University of Jamestown has the highest tuition & fees of $23,498 in North Dakota. Among public North Dakota schools, North Dakota State University-Main Campus has the highest tuition & fees of $15,076 ($10,601 for North Dakota residents).

Nebraska

50 colleges are active and serving students in Nebraska - 19 public and 31 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 30 four(4) years (or high) schools, 20 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 0 vocational/trade schools. 49 schools have undergraduate programs and 24 schools offer graduate programs. Total 138,355 students have enrolled in Nebraska colleges and, among them, 43,160 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 97,934 students and private schools have 40,421 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 27,221 students in Nebraska.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Nebraska colleges is $6,954 for Nebraska residents and $10,263 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $20,890. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,333 for Nebraska residents and $14,381 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $13,395 in Nebraska. Creighton University has the highest tuition & fees of $44,524 in Nebraska. Among public Nebraska schools, University of Nebraska Medical Center has the highest tuition & fees of $30,301 ($11,641 for Nebraska residents).

New Hampshire

41 colleges are active and serving students in New Hampshire - 14 public and 27 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 19 four(4) years (or high) schools, 8 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 14 vocational/trade schools. 38 schools have undergraduate programs and 15 schools offer graduate programs. Total 190,004 students have enrolled in New Hampshire colleges and, among them, 143,770 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 35,252 students and private schools have 154,752 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 34,121 students in New Hampshire.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of New Hampshire colleges is $11,839 for New Hampshire residents and $20,901 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $25,101. The average graduate tuition & fees is $16,646 for New Hampshire residents and $21,051 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $23,259 in New Hampshire. Dartmouth College has the highest tuition & fees of $60,870 in New Hampshire. Among public New Hampshire schools, University of New Hampshire-Main Campus has the highest tuition & fees of $37,202 ($18,962 for New Hampshire residents).

New Jersey

169 colleges are active and serving students in New Jersey - 37 public and 132 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 62 four(4) years (or high) schools, 40 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 67 vocational/trade schools. 167 schools have undergraduate programs and 37 schools offer graduate programs. Total 412,353 students have enrolled in New Jersey colleges and, among them, 143,749 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 311,027 students and private schools have 101,326 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 64,529 students in New Jersey.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of New Jersey colleges is $8,872 for New Jersey residents and $13,967 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $19,259. The average graduate tuition & fees is $17,405 for New Jersey residents and $23,087 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $20,299 in New Jersey. Stevens Institute of Technology has the highest tuition & fees of $56,920 in New Jersey. Among public New Jersey schools, New Jersey Institute of Technology has the highest tuition & fees of $34,034 ($18,016 for New Jersey residents).

New Mexico

51 colleges are active and serving students in New Mexico - 28 public and 23 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 20 four(4) years (or high) schools, 22 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 9 vocational/trade schools. 48 schools have undergraduate programs and 16 schools offer graduate programs. Total 112,046 students have enrolled in New Mexico colleges and, among them, 47,384 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 106,265 students and private schools have 5,781 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 14,179 students in New Mexico.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of New Mexico colleges is $3,427 for New Mexico residents and $7,193 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $21,556. The average graduate tuition & fees is $6,633 for New Mexico residents and $12,669 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $21,619 in New Mexico. Brookline College-Albuquerque has the highest tuition & fees of $85,000 in New Mexico. Among public New Mexico schools, University of New Mexico-Main Campus has the highest tuition & fees of $25,243 ($7,905 for New Mexico residents).

Nevada

44 colleges are active and serving students in Nevada - 8 public and 36 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 18 four(4) years (or high) schools, 11 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 15 vocational/trade schools. 43 schools have undergraduate programs and 9 schools offer graduate programs. Total 121,682 students have enrolled in Nevada colleges and, among them, 36,567 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 106,634 students and private schools have 15,048 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 12,282 students in Nevada.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Nevada colleges is $5,360 for Nevada residents and $16,478 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $17,776. The average graduate tuition & fees is $5,929 for Nevada residents and $21,111 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $22,706 in Nevada. Carrington College-Reno has the highest tuition & fees of $52,740 in Nevada. Among public Nevada schools, University of Nevada-Las Vegas has the highest tuition & fees of $24,828 ($8,737 for Nevada residents).

New York

464 colleges are active and serving students in New York - 115 public and 349 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 248 four(4) years (or high) schools, 86 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 130 vocational/trade schools. 431 schools have undergraduate programs and 170 schools offer graduate programs. Total 1,217,868 students have enrolled in New York colleges and, among them, 618,030 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 655,170 students and private schools have 562,698 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 246,599 students in New York.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of New York colleges is $9,181 for New York residents and $14,312 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $22,594. The average graduate tuition & fees is $12,292 for New York residents and $23,177 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $24,668 in New York. Jewish Theological Seminary of America has the highest tuition & fees of $66,064 in New York. Among public New York schools, Western Suffolk BOCES has the highest tuition & fees of $43,050 ($43,050 for New York residents).

Ohio

305 colleges are active and serving students in Ohio - 109 public and 196 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 119 four(4) years (or high) schools, 103 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 83 vocational/trade schools. 298 schools have undergraduate programs and 79 schools offer graduate programs. Total 673,271 students have enrolled in Ohio colleges and, among them, 227,734 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 519,734 students and private schools have 153,537 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 86,726 students in Ohio.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Ohio colleges is $7,869 for Ohio residents and $12,014 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $20,006. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,668 for Ohio residents and $22,930 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $17,471 in Ohio. Kenyon College has the highest tuition & fees of $63,310 in Ohio. Among public Ohio schools, Miami University-Oxford has the highest tuition & fees of $37,379 ($16,704 for Ohio residents).

Oklahoma

116 colleges are active and serving students in Oklahoma - 63 public and 53 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 33 four(4) years (or high) schools, 28 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 55 vocational/trade schools. 114 schools have undergraduate programs and 26 schools offer graduate programs. Total 217,056 students have enrolled in Oklahoma colleges and, among them, 61,854 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 189,744 students and private schools have 27,312 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 26,450 students in Oklahoma.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Oklahoma colleges is $4,717 for Oklahoma residents and $7,880 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $17,664. The average graduate tuition & fees is $6,612 for Oklahoma residents and $15,925 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $12,699 in Oklahoma. University of Tulsa has the highest tuition & fees of $45,673 in Oklahoma. Among public Oklahoma schools, University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus has the highest tuition & fees of $27,816 ($12,012 for Oklahoma residents).

Oregon

83 colleges are active and serving students in Oregon - 26 public and 57 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 35 four(4) years (or high) schools, 40 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 8 vocational/trade schools. 81 schools have undergraduate programs and 31 schools offer graduate programs. Total 212,830 students have enrolled in Oregon colleges and, among them, 77,146 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 174,733 students and private schools have 38,097 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 32,408 students in Oregon.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Oregon colleges is $7,713 for Oregon residents and $16,436 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $22,396. The average graduate tuition & fees is $17,256 for Oregon residents and $24,305 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $19,951 in Oregon. Reed College has the highest tuition & fees of $62,730 in Oregon. Among public Oregon schools, University of Oregon has the highest tuition & fees of $40,464 ($14,421 for Oregon residents).

Pennsylvania

366 colleges are active and serving students in Pennsylvania - 95 public and 271 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 164 four(4) years (or high) schools, 98 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 104 vocational/trade schools. 345 schools have undergraduate programs and 124 schools offer graduate programs. Total 695,651 students have enrolled in Pennsylvania colleges and, among them, 236,954 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 374,447 students and private schools have 321,204 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 145,609 students in Pennsylvania.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Pennsylvania colleges is $13,619 for Pennsylvania residents and $18,538 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $24,426. The average graduate tuition & fees is $19,361 for Pennsylvania residents and $25,898 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $20,649 in Pennsylvania. Franklin and Marshall College has the highest tuition & fees of $63,406 in Pennsylvania. Among public Pennsylvania schools, Pennsylvania State University-Dickinson Law has the highest tuition & fees of $51,839 ($47,999 for Pennsylvania residents).

Rhode Island

24 colleges are active and serving students in Rhode Island - 3 public and 21 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 13 four(4) years (or high) schools, 3 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 8 vocational/trade schools. 23 schools have undergraduate programs and 12 schools offer graduate programs. Total 79,048 students have enrolled in Rhode Island colleges and, among them, 32,295 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 38,405 students and private schools have 40,643 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 11,459 students in Rhode Island.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Rhode Island colleges is $10,338 for Rhode Island residents and $24,171 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $27,796. The average graduate tuition & fees is $12,956 for Rhode Island residents and $23,804 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $26,321 in Rhode Island. Brown University has the highest tuition & fees of $62,304 in Rhode Island. Among public Rhode Island schools, University of Rhode Island has the highest tuition & fees of $33,354 ($15,332 for Rhode Island residents).

South Carolina

105 colleges are active and serving students in South Carolina - 34 public and 71 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 41 four(4) years (or high) schools, 34 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 30 vocational/trade schools. 103 schools have undergraduate programs and 32 schools offer graduate programs. Total 240,217 students have enrolled in South Carolina colleges and, among them, 84,363 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 193,030 students and private schools have 47,187 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 29,403 students in South Carolina.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of South Carolina colleges is $8,236 for South Carolina residents and $15,545 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $19,335. The average graduate tuition & fees is $13,117 for South Carolina residents and $25,358 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $14,934 in South Carolina. Furman University has the highest tuition & fees of $53,372 in South Carolina. Among public South Carolina schools, Clemson University has the highest tuition & fees of $38,550 ($15,558 for South Carolina residents).

South Dakota

31 colleges are active and serving students in South Dakota - 12 public and 19 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 20 four(4) years (or high) schools, 11 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 0 vocational/trade schools. 29 schools have undergraduate programs and 17 schools offer graduate programs. Total 51,809 students have enrolled in South Dakota colleges and, among them, 15,786 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 41,973 students and private schools have 9,836 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 7,531 students in South Dakota.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of South Dakota colleges is $7,723 for South Dakota residents and $9,707 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $14,269. The average graduate tuition & fees is $7,618 for South Dakota residents and $13,148 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $13,107 in South Dakota. Augustana University has the highest tuition & fees of $35,914 in South Dakota. Among public South Dakota schools, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has the highest tuition & fees of $16,530 ($12,110 for South Dakota residents).

Tennessee

172 colleges are active and serving students in Tennessee - 52 public and 120 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 68 four(4) years (or high) schools, 59 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 45 vocational/trade schools. 166 schools have undergraduate programs and 54 schools offer graduate programs. Total 338,382 students have enrolled in Tennessee colleges and, among them, 89,216 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 231,536 students and private schools have 106,846 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 51,902 students in Tennessee.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Tennessee colleges is $5,599 for Tennessee residents and $11,136 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $18,500. The average graduate tuition & fees is $11,392 for Tennessee residents and $22,012 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $19,004 in Tennessee. Vanderbilt University has the highest tuition & fees of $56,966 in Tennessee. Among public Tennessee schools, The University of Tennessee-Knoxville has the highest tuition & fees of $31,664 ($13,244 for Tennessee residents).

Texas

450 colleges are active and serving students in Texas - 116 public and 334 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 158 four(4) years (or high) schools, 125 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 167 vocational/trade schools. 434 schools have undergraduate programs and 114 schools offer graduate programs. Total 1,717,467 students have enrolled in Texas colleges and, among them, 788,265 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 1,500,239 students and private schools have 217,228 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 200,800 students in Texas.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Texas colleges is $5,435 for Texas residents and $11,681 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $17,382. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,135 for Texas residents and $17,733 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $17,684 in Texas. Gemini School of Visual Arts & Communication has the highest tuition & fees of $88,000 in Texas. Among public Texas schools, The University of Texas at Austin has the highest tuition & fees of $40,996 ($11,752 for Texas residents).

Utah

72 colleges are active and serving students in Utah - 16 public and 56 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 29 four(4) years (or high) schools, 8 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 35 vocational/trade schools. 71 schools have undergraduate programs and 16 schools offer graduate programs. Total 414,394 students have enrolled in Utah colleges and, among them, 217,034 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 203,659 students and private schools have 210,735 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 62,327 students in Utah.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Utah colleges is $4,373 for Utah residents and $10,918 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $16,362. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,191 for Utah residents and $21,595 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $14,089 in Utah. Nightingale College has the highest tuition & fees of $70,800 in Utah. Among public Utah schools, University of Utah has the highest tuition & fees of $28,345 ($8,893 for Utah residents).

Virginia

158 colleges are active and serving students in Virginia - 46 public and 112 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 78 four(4) years (or high) schools, 44 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 36 vocational/trade schools. 149 schools have undergraduate programs and 57 schools offer graduate programs. Total 563,075 students have enrolled in Virginia colleges and, among them, 286,189 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 377,644 students and private schools have 185,431 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 116,072 students in Virginia.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Virginia colleges is $8,415 for Virginia residents and $18,133 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $19,086. The average graduate tuition & fees is $14,613 for Virginia residents and $27,804 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $15,707 in Virginia. Washington and Lee University has the highest tuition & fees of $59,380 in Virginia. Among public Virginia schools, University of Virginia-Main Campus has the highest tuition & fees of $53,626 ($19,244 for Virginia residents).

Vermont

25 colleges are active and serving students in Vermont - 6 public and 19 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 22 four(4) years (or high) schools, 1 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 2 vocational/trade schools. 22 schools have undergraduate programs and 19 schools offer graduate programs. Total 41,293 students have enrolled in Vermont colleges and, among them, 11,833 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 24,124 students and private schools have 17,169 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 6,340 students in Vermont.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Vermont colleges is $13,577 for Vermont residents and $28,793 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $35,357. The average graduate tuition & fees is $13,164 for Vermont residents and $22,277 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $24,631 in Vermont. Landmark College has the highest tuition & fees of $61,490 in Vermont. Among public Vermont schools, University of Vermont has the highest tuition & fees of $43,890 ($19,002 for Vermont residents).

Washington

111 colleges are active and serving students in Washington - 43 public and 68 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 65 four(4) years (or high) schools, 18 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 28 vocational/trade schools. 107 schools have undergraduate programs and 32 schools offer graduate programs. Total 343,084 students have enrolled in Washington colleges and, among them, 127,778 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 292,960 students and private schools have 50,124 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 38,883 students in Washington.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Washington colleges is $5,643 for Washington residents and $11,513 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $20,880. The average graduate tuition & fees is $14,375 for Washington residents and $27,745 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $21,429 in Washington. Whitman College has the highest tuition & fees of $55,982 in Washington. Among public Washington schools, University of Washington-Tacoma Campus has the highest tuition & fees of $40,026 ($12,196 for Washington residents).

Wisconsin

106 colleges are active and serving students in Wisconsin - 37 public and 69 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 62 four(4) years (or high) schools, 27 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 17 vocational/trade schools. 100 schools have undergraduate programs and 48 schools offer graduate programs. Total 333,879 students have enrolled in Wisconsin colleges and, among them, 113,210 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 273,740 students and private schools have 60,139 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 39,802 students in Wisconsin.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Wisconsin colleges is $6,531 for Wisconsin residents and $11,432 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $25,218. The average graduate tuition & fees is $9,339 for Wisconsin residents and $17,695 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $15,636 in Wisconsin. Shepherds College has the highest tuition & fees of $152,700 in Wisconsin. Among public Wisconsin schools, University of Wisconsin-Madison has the highest tuition & fees of $38,608 ($10,720 for Wisconsin residents).

West Virginia

75 colleges are active and serving students in West Virginia - 40 public and 35 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 28 four(4) years (or high) schools, 25 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 22 vocational/trade schools. 73 schools have undergraduate programs and 21 schools offer graduate programs. Total 139,677 students have enrolled in West Virginia colleges and, among them, 76,963 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 76,032 students and private schools have 63,645 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 22,709 students in West Virginia.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of West Virginia colleges is $5,796 for West Virginia residents and $9,393 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $16,226. The average graduate tuition & fees is $8,706 for West Virginia residents and $16,629 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is $12,371 in West Virginia. West Virginia Wesleyan College has the highest tuition & fees of $32,612 in West Virginia. Among public West Virginia schools, West Virginia University has the highest tuition & fees of $25,320 ($8,976 for West Virginia residents).

Wyoming

11 colleges are active and serving students in Wyoming - 8 public and 3 private schools. By school levels and categories, there are 2 four(4) years (or high) schools, 8 community colleges (2-4 years schools), and 1 vocational/trade schools. 11 schools have undergraduate programs and 1 schools offer graduate programs. Total 31,002 students have enrolled in Wyoming colleges and, among them, 7,882 students enrolled online exclusively and/or in some courses. Public schools have 30,358 students and private schools have 644 enrolled students. The graduate schools have 2,487 students in Wyoming.
The 2022 average tuition & fees of Wyoming colleges is $4,549 for Wyoming residents and $11,565 for out-of-state students for undergraduate programs. For private schools, the average cost is $20,574. The average graduate tuition & fees is $6,859 for Wyoming residents and $17,569 for out-of-state students. For private graduate schools, the tuition & fees is - in Wyoming. WyoTech has the highest tuition & fees of $27,500 in Wyoming. Among public Wyoming schools, University of Wyoming has the highest tuition & fees of $20,827 ($6,277 for Wyoming residents).