Ten Most Expensive Colorado Colleges by Out-of-State Tuition
Last week, we shared with you a list of the ten most expensive Colorado colleges by in-state tuition, according to U.S. Department of Education data for the 2013-2014 school year as compiled by CollegeCalc.org.
This week, we look at the roster of the priciest schools judged by out-of-state tuition.
Some colleges show up on both lists, but typically in a different order, and several only appear here, suggesting that the prices charged out-of-staters are helping to keep costs for Colorado students lower than they might have been otherwise, if not low in general.
Count down the photo-illustrated top ten below, featuring CollegeCalc.org figures — and be sure to click on the links for more information about each school.
Number 10: Platt College Aurora
Out-of-State Tuition $18,361
Other Fees $2,175
Off-Campus Housing Estimate $11,673
Books and Supplies $3,210
Non-Resident Total Cost (Off Campus Housing) $35,419
Number 9: Colorado Christian University
Out-of-State Tuition $24,696
Other Fees $350
Room and Board $9,640
Books and Supplies $1,420
Non-Resident Total Cost $36,106
Number 8: Colorado State University — Fort Collins
Out-of-State Tuition $23,347
Other Fees $1,819
Room and Board $10,776
Books and Supplies $1,126
Non-Resident Total Cost $37,068
Number 7: Naropa University
Out-of-State Tuition $28,610
Other Fees $180
Room and Board $8,780
Books and Supplies $1,200
Non-Resident Total Cost $38,770
Number 6: Johnson & Wales University
Out-of-State Tuition $27,156
Other Fees $300
Room and Board $10,140
Books and Supplies $1,800
Non-Resident Total Cost $39,396
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