Most expensive colleges in the U.S. 2018-2019

Most expensive colleges in the United States for the academic year of 2018-2019, by total annual cost (in U.S. dollars)*

Most expensive colleges in the U.S. 2018-2019 This statistic shows the most expensive colleges in the United States for the academic year of 2018-2019, by total annual cost. Total cost is tuition costs plus room and board. In the school year 2018-2019, Harvey Mudd College was the most expensive college in the United States, with an total annual cost of 75,003 U.S. dollars for out-of-state students.
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Most expensive colleges in the United States for the academic year of 2018-2019, by total annual cost (in U.S. dollars)*

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Total cost in U.S. dollars
Harvey Mudd College75,003
University of Chicago74,580
Columbia University74,001
Barnard College72,257
Scripps College71,956
Columbia University: School of General Studies71,739
Trinity College71,660
University of Southern California71,620
Oberlin College71,392
Southern Methodist University71,338
Sarah Lawrence College71,270
Dartmouth College71,209
University of Pennsylvania71,200
Northwestern University71,193
Amherst College71,166
Claremont McKenna College71,110
Haverford College70,994
Tufts University70,942
School of the Museum of Fine Arts70,942
Pitzer College70,900
Duke University70,873
Brandeis University70,835
Franklin & Marshall University70,800
Fordham University70,656
Bard College at Simon's Rock70,648
Georgetown University70,613
Reed College70,550
Vassar College70,510
Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester70,446
Brown University70,326
Total cost in U.S. dollars
Harvey Mudd College75,003
University of Chicago74,580
Columbia University74,001
Barnard College72,257
Scripps College71,956
Columbia University: School of General Studies71,739
Trinity College71,660
University of Southern California71,620
Oberlin College71,392
Southern Methodist University71,338
Sarah Lawrence College71,270
Dartmouth College71,209
University of Pennsylvania71,200
Northwestern University71,193
Amherst College71,166
Claremont McKenna College71,110
Haverford College70,994
Tufts University70,942
School of the Museum of Fine Arts70,942
Pitzer College70,900
Duke University70,873
Brandeis University70,835
Franklin & Marshall University70,800
Fordham University70,656
Bard College at Simon's Rock70,648
Georgetown University70,613
Reed College70,550
Vassar College70,510
Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester70,446
Brown University70,326
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This statistic shows the most expensive colleges in the United States for the academic year of 2018-2019, by total annual cost. Total cost is tuition costs plus room and board. In the school year 2018-2019, Harvey Mudd College was the most expensive college in the United States, with an total annual cost of 75,003 U.S. dollars for out-of-state students.
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