10 Most Expensive Public Colleges for Out-of-State Students

Going to a state school to cut down on tuition? According to US News and World Report, for out-of-state students, some public universities can be quite pricey.

University of Michigan--Ann Arbor

US News and World Report has more:

While the average out-of-state student at a public institution paid $16,678 in tuition and required fees in the 2010-11 school year, students at the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, the school with the most expensive out-of-state tuition and fees, paid $36,163. The average cost of tuition and fees at the 10 most expensive universities for out-of-state students was $34,290 in the 2010-11 academic year.

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published their list of the most expensive public colleges for out-of-state students.

School name Out-of-state tuition & fees (2010-11) U.S. News rank & category
University of Michigan–Ann Arbor $36,163 29, National Universities
University of California–Davis $34,863 39, National Universities
University of California–Irvine $34,792 41, National Universities
University of California–Santa Barbara $34,509 39, National Universities
University of California–San Diego $34,185 35, National Universities
University of California–Riverside $33,901 94, National Universities
University of California–Berkeley $33,747 22, National Universities
University of California–Los Angeles $33,660 25, National Universities
University of Virginia $33,574 25, National Universities
University of California–Santa Cruz $33,505 72, National Universities
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