Special Report

Most Expensive Colleges in Every State

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Montana: Carroll College
> Annual net price: $26,636
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $7,100
> Carroll College admission rate: 77.8%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $30

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Nebraska: The Creative Center
> Annual net price: $36,338
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $8,510
> The Creative Center admission rate: 65.1%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $230

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Nevada: DeVry University-Nevada
> Annual net price: $31,241
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $7,660
> DeVry University-Nevada admission rate: 75.0%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $550

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New Hampshire: Southern New Hampshire University
> Annual net price: $39,638
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $16,460
> Southern New Hampshire University admission rate: 78.0%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $0

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New Jersey: Stevens Institute of Technology
> Annual net price: $38,469
> Statewide avg. 4-yr. public university tuition: $14,180
> Stevens Institute of Technology admission rate: 43.9%
> Total state student grant aid spending per student: $1,410

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