What Are The Most Expensive College Dorms in Each State?

College is expensive, that is definitely true. Aside from tuition, room and board costs factor into the expenses of a college education.

Which colleges charge the most for dormitory space?

eCollege Finder used statistics from the National Center of Education Statistics and put together this infograph with the list of the most expensive college dorms in each state:

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Which dorms are the most expensive?

The top ten most expensive college dorms are at the following colleges:

  • New York – New York School of Interior Design – $21,000
  • Massachusetts – The Boston Conservatory – $17,195
  • California – University of California Berkeley – $15,482
  • Pennsylvania – Drexel University – $14,415
  • DC – Catholic University of America – $14,326
  • Connecticut – Quinnipiac University – $14,250
  • New Jersey – Stevens Institute of Technology – $14,214
  • Illinois – School of the Art Institute of Chicago – $14,190
  • Rhode Island – Roger Williams University – $14,120
  • Tennessee – Vanderbilt University – $14,094

And the most expensive colleges ranked state by state:

  • Alabama – University of Alabama – $13,156
  • Alaska – University of Alaska Anchorage – $10,143
  • Arizona – Arizona State University – Downtown Phoenix – $11,466
  • Arkansas – Hendrix College – $10,620
  • California – University of California – Berkeley – $15,482
  • Colorado – University of Colorado – Boulder – $12,258
  • Connecticut – Quinnipiac University – $14,250
  • DC – Catholic University of America – $14,326
  • Delaware – University of Delaware – $11,200
  • Florida – Rollins College – $12,960
  • Georgia – Savannah College of Art and Design – $13,374
  • Hawaii – Hawaii Pacific University – $13,320
  • Idaho – The College of Idaho – $8,501
  • Illinois – School of the Art Institute of Chicago – $14,190
  • Indiana – University of Notre Dame – $12,512
  • Iowa – Grinnell College – $9,998
  • Kansas – The Art Institutes International – Kansas City – $9,579
  • Kentucky – Bellarmine University – $10,592
  • Louisiana – Saint Joseph Seminary College – $13,350
  • Maine – Bates College – $13,300
  • Maryland – Johns Hopkins University – $13,832
  • Massachusetts – The Boston Conservatory – $17,195
  • Michigan – Albion College – $10,144
  • Minnesota – Carleton College – $11,982
  • Mississippi – Millsaps College – $11,368
  • Missouri – Washington University in St. Louis – $13,977
  • Montana – Carroll College – $8,304
  • Nebraska – Creighton University – $9,728
  • Nevada – Sierra Nevada College – $11,772
  • New Hampshire – Dartmouth College – $13,466
  • New Jersey – Stevens Institute of Technology – $14,214
  • New Mexico – St. John’s College – $11,816
  • New York – New York School of Interior Design – $21,000
  • North Carolina – Duke University – $12,902
  • North Dakota – North Dakota State University – $7,300
  • Ohio – Case Western Reserve University – $12,898
  • Oklahoma – Oklahoma City University – $10,730
  • Oregon – Pacific Northwest College of Art – $12,814
  • Pennsylvania – Drexel University – $14,415
  • Rhode Island – Roger Williams University – $14,120
  • South Carolina – College of Charleston – $11,043
  • South Dakota – Augustana College – $7,170
  • Tennessee – Vanderbilt University – $14,094
  • Texas – Southern Methodist University – $13,955
  • Utah – The Art Institute of Salt Lake City – $8,370
  • Vermont – Champlain College – $13,500
  • Virginia – The Art Institute of Virginia Beach – $13,716
  • Washington – Whitman College – $10,900
  • West Virginia – Bethany College – $9,546
  • Wisconsin – Marquette University – $10,730
  • Wyoming – University of Wyoming – $9,451

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