Special Report

Most Expensive Colleges in Every State

Source: Courtesy of Alaska Pacific University

Alaska: Alaska Pacific University
> Avg. annual net price: $20,944
> Admission rate: 90.7%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 312
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $40,200
> Located: Anchorage, AK

Alabama: Tuskegee University
> Avg. annual net price: $36,528
> Admission rate: 61.1%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 2,280
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $35,500
> Located: Tuskegee, AL

Arkansas: John Brown University
> Avg. annual net price: $21,578
> Admission rate: 58.9%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 1,820
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $45,800
> Located: Siloam Springs, AR

Source: Courtesy of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Arizona: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Prescott
> Avg. annual net price: $36,356
> Admission rate: 66.8%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 2,961
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $66,200
> Located: Prescott, AZ

California: California Institute of the Arts
> Avg. annual net price: $59,367
> Admission rate: 27.4%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 762
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $37,900
> Located: Valencia, CA

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