Pennsylvania’s public colleges among the most expensive in the nation


The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has the details.

Pennsylvania’s in-state tuition and fees for 2016-17 average $13,880 on its four-year public campuses, not counting room and board and other expenses. The average was surpassed only by New Hampshire, the most expensive state at $15,650, and Vermont at $15,450.

Pennsylvania’s four-year public prices were 44 percent higher than the national average of $9,650, and they rose by 3.6 percent from 2015-16, surpassing the growth rate of 2.4 percent nationally for public four-year campuses.

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