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What Does College Cost?

October 31, 2016

The Chronicle of Higher Education has an interactive tool that allows you to find out what a college or university charges for room, board, and tuition. It will also display the data for past years back to 1998. By the way, some of the better fundamentalist schools approximate the costs of their state university systems. You can get a good biblical education for not much more than the cost of a secular education, and maybe for less if you qualify for some kind of a scholarship. Here’s what it costs for a year at the following schools:

Evangelical and Fundamentalist Schools

$20,630 — Baptist Bible College, Missouri

$20,980 — Maranatha Baptist University

$22,020 — Bob Jones University

$23,566 — Faith Baptist Bible College

$28,480 — Clarks Summit University

$32,326 — Liberty University

$34,050 — Nyack College

$34,990 — Cedarville University

$35,945 — Cornerstone University

$36,696 — Biola University

$40,306 — Corban University

$42,420 — The Master’s University

$43,610 — Wheaton College

Non-Evangelical Schools

$18,433 — University of Iowa (Resident)

$20,934 — University of Wisconsin, Madison (Resident)

$23,519 — University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (Resident)

$25,274 — University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Resident)

$45,056 — Drake University

$49,354 — University of St. Thomas, St. Paul

$59,306 — Mount Holyoke College

$61,677 — California Institute of Technology (Resident)

$62,514 — Stanford University

$62,662 — Massachusetts Institute of Technology

$64,043 — University of Notre Dame

$64,650 — Yale University

$66,344 — Northwestern University

$68,405 — Columbia University

$69,717 — Harvey Mudd College

 

 

 

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