So Much Money


Campus Grotto has just published an updated list of the most expensive colleges in America.

Congratulations, Sarah Lawrence. At a total cost of $56,420 a year, you’ve topped the list for the third time in a row!

All of the schools in the top 100 list are private. According to the piece the top ten most costly schools are:

1. Sarah Lawrence College ($56,420)

2. New York University ($53,589)

3. Wesleyan University ($53,406)

4. Harvey Mudd College ($53,331)

5. Bates College ($53,300)

6. Johns Hopkins University ($53,190)

7. Connecticut College ($53,110)

8. Claremont McKenna College ($52,995)

9. George Washington University ($52,980)

10. Scripps College ($52,686)

Note that these figures reflect not just tuition, but also average room and board costs.

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Daniel Luzer

Daniel Luzer is the news editor at Governing Magazine and former web editor of the Washington Monthly. Find him on Twitter: @Daniel_Luzer