Special Report

Most Expensive Colleges in Every State

Source: Courtesy of MidAmerica Nazarene University

Kansas: MidAmerica Nazarene University
> Avg. annual net price: $29,406
> Admission rate: 63.8%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 1,222
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $42,900
> Located: Olathe, KS

Source: Courtesy of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Kentucky: The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
> Avg. annual net price: $27,314
> Admission rate: 77.3%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 964
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: N/A
> Located: Louisville, KY

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Louisiana: Tulane University of Louisiana
> Avg. annual net price: $47,413
> Admission rate: 11.1%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 8,537
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $61,700
> Located: New Orleans, LA

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Massachusetts: The New England Conservatory of Music
> Avg. annual net price: $50,651
> Admission rate: 36.3%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 404
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $32,100
> Located: Boston, MA

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Maryland: Maryland Institute College of Art
> Avg. annual net price: $45,106
> Admission rate: 89.8%
> Fall 2020 undergraduate enrollment: 1,331
> Median annual earnings 6 yrs. post graduation: $37,300
> Located: Baltimore, MD

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