50 Colleges With the Lowest Out-of-State Tuition

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For many U.S. college students, one of the major pratfalls of attending a school located in a different state is the increase in tuition rates for non-residents. According to data from CollegeBoard.org, the average “out-of-state” student outspent “in-state” students on tuition at public, four-year universities by more than $13,000 during the 2013-14 academic year. However, many public and private institutions across the country have leveled the playing field for out-of-state students by reducing the amount of extra tuition they are required to pay in order to enroll in courses and earn a college degree.

This list from BestColleges.com features the 50 cheapest colleges and universities in the United States for out-of-state students to attend. Our goal with this list is to provide a data-driven resource for students who would like to study in another state but are also concerned about the additional expenses this decision might incur.

Ranking Methodology

The 50 schools on our list all offer four-year baccalaureate degree programs for incoming undergraduates and fall into one of two categories: not-for-profit public universities or private, non-religious schools. Furthermore, every school has at least 900 students currently enrolled in courses (either online or on-campus), and each offers degree programs that span a wide range of academic subjects and disciplines.

The entries are listed below in alphabetical order. Please note that the cost of undergraduate out-of-state tuition was the primary factor on which these schools were judged. While undergraduate in-state tuition costs are also included with each entry, these amounts did not impact the list in any way; graduate-level tuition of any kind was not considered, either. Most tuition data was obtained from official college and university websites, while additional figures ― as well as data related to enrollment, school status, and other factors ― was curated from U.S. News & World Report, IPEDS, Cappex, and other authoritative academic databases.

Please note that schools may list tuition prices by the annual sum-total, semester/quarterly rates, or cost per credit hour. For this reason, we’ve listed tuition prices by year assuming the student is enrolled full-time (12 credit hours per semester/quarter), and attends the school two semesters or three quarters per year. If the school utilizes a non-traditional academic calendar, then we make note of this when tuition costs are listed. Most tuition prices apply to the 2013-14 year; in the event this year’s data was not available, the most recent cost amounts were used.

How to Interpret the Data

In all, 21 states are represented on the list, but, geographically speaking, the vast majority of schools listed below are found within landlocked states. States with the most entries include South Dakota (6), Oklahoma (5), Arkansas (3), North Dakota (3), and Texas (3). Only two schools located on the West Coast (both in California) and four schools in East Coast states made the list; four of these six qualify as private universities.

It’s also important to keep in mind that some states have specific agreements with their neighbors when it comes to out-of-state tuition. For instance, students from Minnesota who study in either South or North Dakota (and vice versa) often pay tuition costs that are still higher than in-state rates, but lower than tuition expenses for residents of other states. Interstate agreement with regard to tuition residency is mentioned in the entries below for which they apply.

Finally, please note that the tuition prices listed reflect the most current data we were able to obtain, and these figures could increase or decrease at any time. Before committing to any institution (either in-state or out-of-state), please contact the school’s financial officer about the possibility of tuition price changes in order to effectively budget your higher education.

The Schools

  1. Athens State University

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    Non-Alabama residents who attend Athens State University paid 38.8% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a four-year, public university during the 2013-14 academic year. Out-of-state students who enrolled in exclusively online courses paid $5,760 in annual tuition, or $240 per credit hour. Additional fees include $30 for application, $10 for student parking, and $50 per course for distance learning courses.

  2. Bellevue University

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    All students who enroll at Bellevue University and attend on-campus courses are charged a flat rate of $250 per credit hour, regardless of their state of residence. Online students and those who enroll in “accelerated cohort” programs are assessed tuition at a rate of $375 per credit hour (or $9,000 per year). In addition to tuition, all students must pay a “General College Fee” of $100 per term.

  3. Bemidji State University

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    State of residence is not a factor when it comes to tuition at Bemidji State; Minnesota natives and out-of-state students pay the same amount. In addition to the tuition costs, each student pays an estimated $450 in books, $489 in administrative fees, and $3,627 in room and board for a grand total of $16,278 per year (or $8,139 per semester). This total amount is 51.3% of the national average for out-of-state tuition and room/board during the 2013-14 academic year.

  4. Black Hills State University

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    Most out-of-state students who attend Black Hills State University paid $8,331 for tuition during the 2013-14 academic year. However, Wyoming residents receive a “border bonus” (as of Summer 2013) and pay the same rate as South Dakota residents, while Minnesotans paid $8,636 in annual tuition under a “reciprocity agreement.” In addition to tuition, all students paid an average of $7,045 that year for books/supplies, meals, and room/board.

  5. Bluefield State College

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    The tuition and fees listed above are applied to all Bluefield State College students, regardless of the campus they attend. Those earning degrees in nursing and radiology technology programs are required to pay an additional $450-per-semester ‘Health Science Programmatic’ fee; other specific science classes carry a lab fee ranging between $25 and $35.

  6. Chadron State College

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    Out-of-state students who enroll in on-campus courses at Chadron State College pay only slightly more than Nebraska residents for tuition (roughly $12 per semester). Different rates are assessed for online courses; the school’s online tuition calculator can help prospective students determine how much they will pay in tuition based on the number of brick-and-mortar/online courses in which they plan to enroll.

  7. Charter Oak State College

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    Non-Connecticut residents who enroll at Charter Oak State College paid 36.6% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at public, four-year universities during the 2013-14 academic year. Additionally, first-time out-of-state students are assessed a $240 fee for earning an associate or bachelor’s degree; this charge is applied to both brick-and-mortar students and distance learners.

  8. Coppin State University

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    The cost of tuition for non-Maryland residents who attended Coppin State University during the the 2013-14 academic year was 40.1% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a public, four-year university in 2013-14. Additional fees for student accident/sickness insurance, activities, and other charges bring the total cost of annual attendance to $11,186 for out-of-state students.

  9. Dakota State University

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    Minnesota residents who enroll at Dakota State University pay tuition at a rate of $287.50 per hour, or $6,900 per year; all other out-of-state residents pay tuition at a rate of $316.85 per credit hour. All students are billed an additional $390 for the “wireless computing fee” and $2,782.25 for housing and food service. This brings the total cost of annual attendance to $15,810.60 for out-of-state students.

  10. Dickinson State University

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    Out-of-state undergraduates who attend Dickinson State paid 26.4% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at public, four-year universities during the 2013-14 academic year. Out-of-state rates are assessed to all non-North Dakota residents with the exception of enrollees from Minnesota, who pay $5,628 in annual tuition (or $219.50 per credit hour). All students, regardless of state residency, must also pay additional fees that come to $47.60 per credit hour.

  11. Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus

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    Out-of-state students who enrolled at the main campus of Eastern New Mexico University paid 45.3% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a four-year, public university during the 2013-14 academic year. In addition to tuition, registration, meals, housing, and other fees bring the annual cost of attendance up to $17,577.20 for non-New Mexico residents.

  12. Franklin University

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    • State: Ohio
    • Status: Private
    • Enrollment: 8,018
    • Out-of-state tuition: $10,656 ($5,328 per semester)
    • In-state-tuition: also $10,656 ($5,328 per semester)

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    All students who attend Franklin University pay tuition at the same rate of $444 per credit hour, regardless of their state of residence. The lone exceptions are for active military personnel, who pay $250 per credit (or $6,000 per year). Overall costs may vary by age of student, whether or not the student plans to receive financial aid, and whether or not he/she chooses to live on- or off-campus; the school provides an online net price calculator to help prospective students determine the total cost of education.

  13. Granite State College

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    The cost of attending Granite State College for non-New Hampshire residents is roughly one-third of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a four-year, public university during the 2013-14 academic year. Students are assessed additional fees, including $275 for prior learning assessment, $40 per semester for academic services, and $35 per semester for course registration.

  14. Harris-Stowe State University

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    All out-of-state students who enroll in 12 or more credits at Harris-Stowe State University pay $384.15 per credit hour for tuition; this figure represents 41.5% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at four-year, public universities during the 2013-14 academic year. In addition to tuition, all students are assessed a fee of $215 for the semester (regardless of credit load).

  15. Humphreys College-Stockton and Modesto Campuses

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    All students pay the same flat rate of $325 per credit hour when they enroll at the Humphreys College Stockton and Modesto campuses, regardless of state residency; however, non-U.S. citizens are required to pay a $200 application fee. Full-time students pay the same per-credit-hour rate up to 16 credits per semester; those enrolled in courses totalling 17 credits and above are charged an additional $325 per-credit fee.

  16. Langston University

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    In addition to the tuition rate of $5,744.50 per semester, out-of-state students enrolled at Langston University paid (on average) $8,494 for room/board, $800 for books/supplies, and $2,037 for additional fees; these charges were also assessed to Oklahoma residents attending to university. The total cost of attendance was $22,820 for out-of-state students during the 2013-14 academic year.

  17. Louisiana State University-Alexandria

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    Non-Louisiana residents who enrolled at LSU-Alexandria during the 2013-14 academic year paid 25.8% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a public, four-year university during the 2013-14 academic year. In addition to tuition, students were assessed other charges, including (but not limited to) $123.75 in mandatory fees, $54 in operational fees, and $27.60 for an “energy surcharge.” The total cost of attendance for out-of-state students in 2013-14 was $11,068.38.

  18. Louisiana State University-Shreveport

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    Out-of-state students who enrolled at LSU-Shreveport during the 2013-14 academic year paid roughly 25% of the national average for non-resident tuition at public, four-year universities. In addition to tuition, out-of-state students who enrolled in 12 credits during the 2013-14 academic year were assessed an additional $4,706.88 per semester for “out-of-state resident fees.”

  19. Mayville State University

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    The out-of-state tuition costs listed above for Mayville State University do not apply to all non-North Dakota residents. During the 2013-14 academic year, students from Minnesota paid $5,201; students from South Dakota, Montana, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba paid $5,805; and students from states represented by the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin) paid $5,805.

  20. Middle Georgia State College

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    Out-of-state students who attend Middle Georgia State College paid 38.8% of the national average for out-of-state tuition for public, four-year universities. In addition to tuition, these students were assessed an additional $347 per semester in course fees for a grand total of $9,314.80 for the 2013-14 academic year. According to U.S. News & World Report, Middle Georgia State accepted more than 65% of its applicants for the Fall 2012 semester, qualifying the college as “less selective.”

  21. Midwestern State University

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    All out-of-state students who attend Midwestern State University pay the same tuition costs with the exception of Oklahoma residents, who pay $30 per credit hour more than Texas residents. In addition to tuition, all students must pay the following charges: $15.50 per credit hour for the student service fee, $120 per semester for the student recreation center fee, $55 per semester for the student union/center fee, $10 per credit hour for the student athletic fee, and $54.25 per credit hour for the university services fee.

  22. Minot State University

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    All students at Minot State University pay the same amount for tuition, regardless of their state of residence. In addition to tuition charges, all undergraduates pay $6,300 (on average) for housing, meals, and books/supplies, for a grand total of $12,836. This represents 40.5% of the national average for out-of-state student tuition and fees at a public, four-year university during the 2013-14 academic year.

  23. Mississippi Valley State University

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    The cost of out-of-state tuition at Mississippi Valley State University was 26.6% of the national average during the 2013-14 academic year. Mississippi state and non-state residents pay the same amount for tuition, as well as room-and-board ($1,874.50 for standard housing; $2,150 for premium housing). The school is known for its accessible public transportation system; according to U.S. News & World Report, only 35% of students park a personal vehicle on-campus.

  24. Missouri Southern State University

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    All out-of-state students at Missouri Southern State University pay tuition at a flat rate of $353 per credit hour during the Fall 2014 semester, which is up from $346.40 per credit during the 2013-14 academic year. Additional charges include a $150 recreational center fee for all students enrolled in seven or more credits, as well as technology and activity fees of $60 and $25, respectively, for all full-time students.

  25. National University

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    All students who attend National University, regardless of their state residency, pay tuition at a rate of $336 per credit hour for all courses in the 100-400 levels (with the exception of “4.5 Quarter Unit Courses,” which cost $1,512 apiece). Other fees include $60 for applications (for both degree and non-degree programs), $100 for graduation processing, and $2,450 for nursing program orientation.

  26. New Mexico Highlands University

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    Undergraduate students at New Mexico Highlands University who enroll in anywhere from 12 to 18 credit hours per semester pay the same amount of tuition. For out-of-state students, tuition is charged at a rate of $220.85 per credit hour, with an additional administrative fee of $45.11, for a grand total of $265.96 per credit. This figure is 28.7% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a four-year, public university.

  27. Northeastern Oklahoma State University

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    Out-of-state students who enroll at Northeastern Oklahoma State University paid tuition at a rate of $364.50 per credit hour (plus an administrative fee of $55.90) for a total of $400.40 per credit hour. This figure represented 39.4% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a four-year, public university during the 2013-14 academic year. Non-Oklahoma residents who earn a degree in optometry were charged a much higher rate of $14,337.50 per credit hour.

  28. Northern State University

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    North Dakota residents pay in-state tuition rates at Northern State University, while Minnesota residents pay a discounted rate of $2,533 per semester. All other out-of-state residents paid $2,997 per semester for tuition during the 2013-14 academic year, which comes to roughly 27% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at public, four-year universities in 2013-14. Additional fees bring the price up to $15,558 per year ($7,779 per semester) for out-of-state students.

  29. Northwestern Oklahoma State University

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    Out-of-state students enrolled at Northwestern Oklahoma State University pay $358.25 per credit hour, while Oklahoma residents pay $151.25 per credit hour; the figures listed above are based on two semesters averaging 15 credits apiece. Additional fees, room/board, and books/supplies drive the out-of-state attendance cost up to $16,882.50 for the 2013-14 academic year.

  30. Park University

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    At Park University, the tuition rate is determined by course format (online vs. brick-and-mortar), not the state residency of students. The rates listed above are for classroom courses; distance learners pay tuition at a rate of $375 per credit hour. As of Oct. 1, 2013, all active military personnel receive a discounted tuition rate of $245 per credit hour; this amounts to $5,880 in annual tuition.

  31. Peru State College

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    All students at Peru State ― both Nebraska residents and out-of-state students ― pay the same amount of tuition, but costs vary depending on the format of each course. The tuition prices listed above are for “on-campus” courses; “off-campus” courses cost $170 per credit hour ($4,080 per year) and online courses cost $220 per credit hour ($5,280 per year). In addition to tuition, all students who enroll in on-campus courses are assessed $108 in addition fees per credit hour ($2,592 per year).

  32. Rogers State University

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    All out-of-state students who attend Rogers State University pay tuition at the same rate of $332.70 per credit hour for enrolling in brick-and-mortar courses or distance learning programs; however, online learners pay a per-credit administrative fee of $143.45, while brick-and-mortar students pay an additional $66.45 per credit. All other applicable fees are listed on the school’s official website.

  33. Sojourner-Douglass College

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    All undergraduates who enroll in 12 to 18 credit hours at Sojourner-Douglass College pay a flat tuition rate of $4,815 per semester. This amount represents 43.3% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at private, four-year universities during the 2013-14 academic year. Additionally, full-time undergraduates pay roughly $500 in fees, including $25 for registration, $75 for student activities, and an estimated $400 for books/supplies.

  34. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

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    The tuition rates listed above assume two semesters averaging 15 credit hours each. Under the ‘Minnesota Reciprocity’ clause, residents of that state enrolled at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology paid $306 per credit hour. All other out-of-state residents paid roughly $372.33 per credit hour. Additional charges for room/board and books/supplies bring the total cost of annual attendance up to $17,110 for Minnesota residents and $19,000 for all other out-of-state students.

  35. South Dakota State University

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    The prices listed above are for students who enroll in an average of 15 credits per semester. Minnesota residents who enroll at South Dakota State University pay tuition at a rate of $170 per credit hour (or $2,550 per 15-credit semester) under the interstate reciprocity agreement, while all other out-of-state residents pay tuition at the rate listed above. Additional fees for books, housing, and other charges bring the annual cost of attendance up to $16,530 for out-of-state students not from Minnesota.

  36. Southern Arkansas University-Main Campus

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    • State: Arkansas
    • Status: Public
    • Enrollment: 2,918
    • Out-of-state tuition: $17,232 ($8,616 per semester)
    • In-state-tuition: $17,232 ($8,616 per semester)

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    All students who enroll at Southern Arkansas University-Main Campus pay tuition at a rate of $718 per credit hour, regardless of their state of residence. Students pay an average of $5,022 for room/board; housing and additional fees (such as insurance and books/supplies) bring the annual total cost to $17,500 for out-of-state learners.

  37. Southern University and A&M College-Baton Rouge

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    All out-of-state students who attend Southern University and A&M College-Baton Rouge pay tuition at a rate of $344.75 per credit hour if they enroll in 12 or more credit hours per semester. Additional charges include a $98 ‘New Student Fee,’ a $120 ‘Academic Excellence Fee,’ and housing costs ranging between $5,657 for certain dorms to $8,054 for a one-bedroom university apartment.

  38. Southern University at New Orleans

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    In addition to the $5,292 in annual tuition, the out-of-state resident who enrolls at Southern University at New Orleans pays an additional $9,043 per year; this includes $6,544 for housing, $1,200 for books/supplies, and $1,299 for other fees. This grand total of $14,335 in annual costs is less than half of the average for out-of-state student total charges at a public, four-year university during the 2013-14 academic year.

  39. Southwest Minnesota State University

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    All undergraduates who enrolled at Southwest Minnesota State pay the same tuition prices, regardless of state residency. In addition to the tuition rate of $226.50 per credit hour, a fee of $41.74 is assessed; the grand total of all tuition and fees for one academic year at the university comes to $8,074.14. This figure is 36.3% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a four-year, public university during the 2013-14 academic year.

  40. Southwestern Oklahoma State University

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    Students who enroll at Southwestern Oklahoma State University pay tuition at a variable rate, depending on the level of courses taken. Out-of-state residents pay $385 per credit hour for general classes through the 4000 level; $468 per credit hour for classes at the 5000 level; and $900 per credit hour for courses in the Doctor of Pharmacology program. Additional fees are listed on the school’s website.

  41. Thomas Edison State College

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    With the exception of students enrolled in nursing programs at Thomas Edison State, all non-New Jersey residents who attend the college pay the same out-of-state tuition rate of $4,197.50 per semester. This amounts to 37.8% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a public, four-year university during the 2013-14 academic year. Full-time/active duty military personnel pay the New Jersey rate of $2,850 per semester, regardless of their state of residency.

  42. University of Arkansas-Fort Smith

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    The figures listed above represent costs for a 15-credit semester. The cost of out-of-state tuition at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith was 49.2% of the national average for for public, four-year universities during the 2013-14 academic year. Students are assessed an additional fee of $817.25 per semester, which brings the annual cost of attending courses to $12,554.50 for out-of-state students.

  43. University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

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    Out-of-state students enrolled at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff paid 52.4% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at a public, four-year university during the 2013-14 academic year. In addition to the cost of tuition, all students (regardless of state residency) paid an average of $7,200 for on-campus housing (or $4,760 for off-campus accommodations), $1,000 for books/supplies, and $1,752 for miscellaneous fees. This brings the total cost of annual attendance to $45,164 for out-of-state students.

  44. University of Houston-Clear Lake

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    In addition to tuition, out-of-state students who enrolled at the University of Houston-Clear Lake pay an average of $1,050 for books/supplies, $4,178 for on-campus housing ($8,354 for off-campus housing), $3,022 for transportation, and $3,356 for “personal/miscellaneous” fees. This brings the annual total cost to $34,146 for out-of-state students who attend the university.

  45. University of Minnesota-Crookston

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    The figures above are derived from students who enroll in 13 or more credits for both semesters of the 2013-14 academic year. In addition to tuition, students enrolled at the University of Minnesota-Crookston paid a student service fee of $208.75 per semester, a collegiate fee of $250 per semester, and other charges that bring the total cost of annual attendance to $18,949.50 for students who live on-campus (those who live off-campus paid $12,447.50 for the year, plus variable rent/mortgage costs).

  46. University of South Dakota

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    The figures above reflect costs for students who enroll in an average of 15 credits per semester for the entire academic year. Minnesota residents paid $4,791 in tuition for the 2013-14 year; all other out-of-state residents paid $6,246 in annual tuition. Additional administrative fees, books/supplies, housing, and meals brought the total cost of attendance up to $17,897.90 for out-of-state students.

  47. Wayne State College

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    Out-of-state students pay double the tuition as in-state students at Wayne State College, with the exception of residents from the following Midwestern Higher Education Compact member states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. These students pay $210 per credit hour, or $5,040 per academic year.

  48. Western Governors University

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    At WGU, students pay tuition for each six-month term of their education. Pre-licensed nursing student programs cost $4,250 per term; upper-level business and nursing programs cost $3,250 per term; and all undergraduate business, IT, and education programs cost $2,980 per term. Please note that program length determines the ultimate cost of tuition; an RN-to-BSN degree requires an 18-month (or three term) commitment, whereas an undergraduate IT degree requires up to 30 months (or five terms) to complete. In addition to tuition, all students must pay $210 in non-refundable resource and application fees per term.

  49. West Texas A&M University

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    At West Texas A&M, tuition rates vary by grade level; freshmen (with a four-year rate guarantee) pay the most, and seniors (with a one-year rate guarantee) pay the least. Residents of border counties in New Mexico and Oklahoma pay in-state tuition rates, but all other non-Texas residents pay out-of-state tuition rates. Out-of-state freshmen who attend West Texas A&M pay 37.4% of the national average for out-of-state tuition at public, four-year universities during the 2013-14 academic year.

  50. Wilmington University

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    The price of tuition at Wilmington University is determined not by state residency of students, but which campus they choose to attend. Those who attend courses at the McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst campus pay the lowest tuition, at $250 per credit hour; those who attend the Burlington, Cumberland, or Salem campuses pay $342 per credit hour; and all other campuses charge tuition at variable rates that fall between these two amounts. Active military personnel pay $250 per credit hour regardless of their campus.

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