Special Report

Most Expensive Colleges in Every State

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11. Hawaii
> Most expensive college: Hawaii Pacific University
> Annual net price: $27,245
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $9,411
> Hawaii Pacific University admission rate: 75.4%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $62.43 (5th lowest)

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12. Idaho
> Most expensive college: The College of Idaho
> Annual net price: $24,747
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $6,918
> The College of Idaho admission rate: 84.8%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $51.94 (4th lowest)

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13. Illinois
> Most expensive college: School of the Art Institute of Chicago
> Annual net price: $43,494
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $13,435
> School of the Art Institute of Chicago admission rate: 59.3%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $451.43 (24th lowest)

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14. Indiana
> Most expensive college: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
> Annual net price: $41,691
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $8,771
> Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology admission rate: 61.1%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $749.71 (15th highest)

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15. Iowa
> Most expensive college: Grinnell College
> Annual net price: $30,010
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $7,879
> Grinnell College admission rate: 20.2%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $243.47 (14th lowest)

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