Special Report

Most Expensive Colleges in Every State

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Colorado: University of Denver
> Annual net price: $35,163
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $11,140
> University of Denver admission rate: 58.0%

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Connecticut: Sacred Heart University
> Annual net price: $40,177
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $12,760
> Sacred Heart University admission rate: 60.3%

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Delaware: Wesley College
> Annual net price: $23,823
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $12,700
> Wesley College admission rate: 61.5%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $580

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Florida: Ringling College of Art and Design
> Annual net price: $49,828
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $6,360
> Ringling College of Art and Design admission rate: 63.9%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $550

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Georgia: Savannah College of Art and Design
> Annual net price: $41,738
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $8,580
> Savannah College of Art and Design admission rate: 92.9%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $2,030

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