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Department Of Education Lists Cheapest, Costliest Colleges

from Los Angeles Times

Berea College doesn't have the cachet and name recognition of Harvard or Yale. But also, it doesn't have the high price tag. The small Christian school in Kentucky charges the lowest annual tuition and fees of any four-year private college — just $910, according to data released by the U.S. Department of Education. That's far less than the national average of $21,949, according to the agency. And it's a pittance compared with the most expensive four-year private school, Connecticut College, where tuition is $43,990, according to the agency. Sarah Lawrence, Columbia, Vassar and George Washington round out the list of the five priciest schools. The DOE lists on its website the least- and most-expensive U.S. schools as part of its effort to help students and parents understand the true cost of college. more

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