Vermont: the most expensive state in the country to pay for a university degree

You would have to spend $35,484 to study at a private school in Vermont.

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While it is true that people with college degrees tend to earn more moneyIt’s also true that almost everyone has to deal with student loan debt in the tens of thousands of dollars.

That’s particularly true for students in states where education is expensive. The 24/7 Wall St. website reviewed college-related costs, such as tuition fees and dorm costs, to learn which states charge the most for college.

The five most expensive states to go to college are Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshireall of which are in New England.

Vermont is the most expensive state in two categories: public tuition fees and private tuition fees. This indicates that it is the most expensive state to obtain a college education. Public tuition rates in Vermont schools are more than $4,000 higher than Rhode Island schools.

Private tuition rates at universities in Vermont are more than $3,000 higher than institutions in Massachusetts.

As for the most expensive state to get a college education, which is Vermont, here are the more detailed costs:

–Average cost of housing for students: $7,980 dollars
–Public tuition fees: $28,793 dollars
Private tuition fees: $35,484 dollars

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