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Ten Most Expensive Colorado Colleges by In-State Tuition

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What are the priciest Colorado colleges as measured by in-state tution?

The rundown by CollegeCalc.org, using U.S. Department of Education statistics for the 2013-2014 academic year, is filled with surprises.

Continue to count down the photo-illustrated top ten, featuring CollegeCalc.org statistics.

And be sure to click on the links to each school for more information.
Number 10: ITT Technical Institute Aurora

In-State Tuition $17,748
Other Fees $300
Off-Campus Housing Estimate $7,495
Books and Supplies $0
Colorado Resident Total Cost (Off Campus Housing) $25,543
Number 9: ITT Technical Institute Westminster

In-State Tuition $17,748
Other Fees $300
Off-Campus Housing Estimate $7,495
Books and Supplies $0
Colorado Resident Total Cost (Off Campus Housing) $25,543
Number 8: Platt College Aurora

In-State Tuition $18,361
Other Fees $2,175
Off-Campus Housing Estimate $11,673
Books and Supplies $3,210
Colorado Resident Total Cost (Off Campus Housing) $35,419
Number 7: Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design

In-State Tuition $21,720
Other Fees $750
Off-Campus Housing Estimate $7,984
Books and Supplies $1,749
Colorado Resident Total Cost (Off Campus Housing) $32,203
Number 6: Colorado Christian University

In-State Tuition $24,696
Other Fees $350
Room and Board $9,640
Books and Supplies $1,420
Colorado Resident Total Cost $36,106

Number 5: Johnson & Wales University

In-State Tuition $27,156
Other Fees $300
Room and Board $10,140
Books and Supplies $1,800
Colorado Resident Total Cost $39,396
Number 4: Naropa University

In-State Tuition $28,610
Other Fees $180
Room and Board $8,780
Books and Supplies $1,200
Colorado Resident Total Cost $38,770
Number 3: Regis University

In-State Tuition $31,824
Other Fees $600
Room and Board $9,380
Books and Supplies $1,800
Colorado Resident Total Cost $43,604
Number 2: University of Denver

In-State Tuition $39,744
Other Fees $963
Room and Board $11,080
Books and Supplies $1,800
Colorado Resident Total Cost $53,587
Number 1: Colorado College

In-State Tuition $43,812
Other Fees $410
Room and Board $10,312
Books and Supplies $1,244
Colorado Resident Total Cost $55,778

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