GovSpot
      Back to Home

Government Online
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch
Legislative Branch
Local Government
State Government
World Government
Gov. Employees

News
Government News
Political News
Government Reports
Podcasts

The Library
Arts & Humanities
Consumer Info
Gov. Documents
Gov. Search Engines
Grants
Historic Docs.
Libraries
Museums
Statistics

Social Services
Education
Employment
Health
Social Security
Other Programs

Justice and Military
Crime/Justice
Defense
Intelligence
Law

Matters of Money
Business
Commerce
Econ/Finance
Gov. Contracting
Taxes

Science and Travel
Environment
Food/Agriculture
Science/Technology
Transportation
Travel/Recreation

World Affairs
Agreements
Humanitarian Aid
Int'l Affairs
Int'l Organizations
World Gov.
World Leaders

Politics
Politics Online
Elections
Political Parties
Polls/Opinion
Political Science
Political Humor

GovSpot
About GovSpot


Back to Home Page




 
s
s
s
Search GovSpot or Google |   Great Must-See sites   |   Read Articles and Lists | Find answers | Did you know?  
s


What is the average in-state tuition for a public 4-year institution of higher education?

The average academic year tuition for a public four-year institution of higher education for in-state students was $12,108 for the academic year 2005-2006, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. State-by-state averages follow:

Average academic year tuition (in $U.S.) for a public four-year institution of higher education for in-state students.

 2005-2006
State Tuition
United States 12,108
Alabama9,625
Alaska10,620
Arizona11,480
Arkansas9,192
California13,685
Colorado11,569
Connecticut14,658
Delaware14,326
Florida10,141
Georgia10,062
Hawaii9,042
Idaho8,982
Illinois13,976
Indiana12,388
Iowa12,329
Kansas9,980
Kentucky10,663
Louisiana8,506
Maine12,568
Maryland14,793
Massachusetts14,651
Michigan13,693
Minnesota12,777
Mississippi9,461
Missouri11,861
Montana10,613
Nebraska11,286
Nevada10,865
New Hampshire15,479
New Jersey17,708
New Mexico9,579
New York13,275
North Carolina9,675
North Dakota9,829
Ohio16,032
Oklahoma9,404
Oregon12,720
Pennsylvania15,464
Rhode Island14,315
South Carolina13,145
South Dakota9,493
Tennessee9,956
Texas10,973
Utah8,745
Vermont16,571
Virginia12,279
Washington12,384
West Virginia9,992
Wisconsin10,560
Wyoming8,946


Source: Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Ed. Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, Digest of Education Statistics, various years.




 
 Advertisement


More to Explore

GovSpot
Articles
Questions & Answers
Government Trivia
Lists
In the Spotlight
Issues

Government News
Politics
Government
Reports
Columnists
Op-Ed Pages
Polls
Talk Shows

Related Spots
LibrarySpot.com
HeadlineSpot.com
The StartSpot Network

Back to Home Page




s
s
Find more useful resources in popular areas of the StartSpot Network...
s
Today's Headlines
Grantseeker Resources
Online Museums
State News
Find a University
Click and Give
Online College
Genealogy How-To
Bargain Travel
Dictionaries
Encyclopedias
White Pages

s

© 1999-2016, StartSpot Mediaworks, Inc.
Advertising Information | Privacy Policy