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April 5, 2010 / nextstepanswergirl

Pay $50,000 a year for college? Check out these schools

Last year, five colleges charged at least $50,000 for tuition, room, board and fees. This year, reports the Chronicle of Higher Education, 58 do.

The Chronicle reports these colleges’ fees:

– Sarah Lawrence ($55,788)

– Georgetown ($52,161)

– NYU ($51,993)

– Johns Hopkins ($51,690)

– Columbia ($51,544)

– Wesleyan ($51,432)

– Washington University in St. Louis ($51,329)

– Bates ($51,300)

– Vanderbilt ($51,228)

– Tufts ($51,088)

– University of Chicago ($51,078)

– Claremont McKenna ($51,035)

–  University of Southern California ($50,732)

Would you pay $50 Grand for a year of college? Why or why not?



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  1. Ryan Martin / Apr 5 2010 3:13 pm

    No, I wouldn’t. I could still get the same quality education at another, less expensive college. Other colleges only cost around $20,000 to $35,000. With the extra I would be spending at a $50,000 college I could use it for next years tution, books, paying off loans, and many other things.

  2. Jazib Haider / Apr 5 2010 3:59 pm

    Well I am freshman in high school, I came here like 2 years from now this is scary!

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