Special Report

Most Expensive Colleges in Every State

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21. Massachusetts
> Most expensive college: Hult International Business School
> Annual net price: $41,841
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $11,666
> Hult International Business School admission rate: 56.6%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $269.71 (15th lowest)

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22. Michigan
> Most expensive college: Kettering University
> Annual net price: $37,169
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $11,611
> Kettering University admission rate: 71.8%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $169.07 (10th lowest)

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23. Minnesota
> Most expensive college: University of St Thomas
> Annual net price: $30,791
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $10,815
> University of St Thomas admission rate: 82.7%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $601.96 (22nd highest)

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24. Mississippi
> Most expensive college: Strayer University-Mississippi
> Annual net price: $27,619
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $7,162
> Strayer University-Mississippi admission rate: Open admission policy
> Total state student aid spending per student: $235.16 (13th lowest)

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25. Missouri
> Most expensive college: Saint Louis University
> Annual net price: $33,222
> Statewide 4-yr public university tuition: $8,198
> Saint Louis University admission rate: 64.7%
> Total state student aid spending per student: $271.57 (16th lowest)

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