This list of the most expensive american colleges are ranked from 20 to 1, 20 being ranked the least expensive and 1 being the most expensive. To ensure consistency, I researched different articles on the subject. In addition, the list is based on the costs as of 2016. The costs include tuition and room and board, and it applies to the entire college career as of 2016. The average costs, including room and board, were in the 60,000 range. Here is the list of the most expensive American colleges:
20. Johns Hopkins University-Baltimore, Maryland
19. Amherst College-Amherst, Massachusetts
18. Southern Methodist University-Dallas, Texas
17. Pitzer College-Claremont, California
16. Trinity College-Hartford, Conneticut
15. Northwestern University-Evanston, Illinois
14. Dartmouth College-Hanover, New Hampshire
13. Duke University-Durham, North Carolina
12. Haverford College-Haverford, Pennsylvania
11. Bard College-Amandale-On-Hudson, New York
10. Scripps College-Claremont, California
9. Oberlin College-Oberlin, Ohio
8. Claremont McKenna College-Claremont, California
7. University of Southern California-Los Angeles, California
6. Bard College of Simon’s Rock-Great Barrington, Massachusetts
5. University of Chicago-Chicago, Illinois
4. Sarah Lawrence College-Yonkers, New York
3. New York University-New York City, New York
2. Columbia University-New York City, New York
1. Harvey Mudd College-Claremont, California
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