Top 20 Most Expensive Colleges

Top 20 Most Expensive Colleges in the US:

Following rankings are based on 2007-2008 tuition rates.

Highest Tuition:

College
1. George Washington $39,210
2. Bucknell $37,934
3. University of Richmond $37,610
4. Colgate $37,405
5. Sarah Lawrence College $37,230
6. Tulane $36,610
7. Wesleyan University $36,536
8. Hamilton College $36,500
9. Bowdoin College $36,370
10. Carnegie Mellon $35,984
11. Penn $35,916
12. Johns Hopkins $35,900
13. Bennington College $35,850
14. Tufts University $35,842
15. Brown $35,584
16. Vassar College $35,570
17. NYU $35,283
18. USC $35,212
19. Notre Dame $35,190
20. Dartmouth $35,178

*However the above list does not take into account the cost for Tuition, Room and Board.

Most expensive colleges based on Tuition and Room and Board combined for one school year:

Highest Total Cost:

College; Tuition, Room and Board
1. George Washington $51,110
2. Johns Hopkins University $47,626
3. Brown $47,476
4. NYU $47,063
5. Wesleyan University $46,666
6. Colgate $46,575
7. University of Chicago $46,308
8. Tulane $46,300
9. Bowdoin College $46,260
10. Boston College $46,210
11. Penn $46,124
12. USC $46,070
13. Tufts University $46,002
14. Bucknell $45,986
15. Boston University $45,880
16. Hamilton College $45,850
17. Northwestern University $45,840
18. Washington U.-St Louis $45,752
19. Sarah Lawrence College $45,730
20. Cornell $45,690

* Next: America Ten Most Expensive Colleges