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A list of the most expensive colleges/universities in the U.S in 2008/09 has been released.
1. Sarah Lawrence College | $53,166
2. George Washington University | $50,312
3. New York University | $50,182
4. Georgetown University | $49,689
5. Connecticut College | $49,385
6. Bates College | $49,350
7. Johns Hopkins University | $49,278
8. Skidmore College | $49,266
9. Scripps College | $49,236
10. Middlebury College | $49,210
11. Carnegie Mellon University | $49,200
12. Boston College | $49,020
13. Wesleyan University | $49,000
14. Colgate University | $48,900
15. Claremont McKenna College | $48,755
16. Vassar College | $48,675
17. Haverford College | $48,625
18. University of Chicago | $48,588
19. Union College (NY) | $48,552
20. Colby College | $48,520
21. Mount Holyoke College | $48,500
22. Tufts University | $48,470
23. Bard College at Simon’s Rock | $48,460
24. Franklin & Marshall College | $48,450
25. Bard College | $48,438

I wonder how kids are dealing now that they can’t get student loans.

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  1. anne j.
    November 5, 2008 at 3:20 PM

    interesting – i think mt. holyoke gives pretty good aid – i wonder what the numbers would look like if they compared how much it costs to the average aid students receive/ how many students receive aid and in what form.

  2. Mr. Anonymous
    November 6, 2008 at 1:18 PM

    I heard that there will be no more Pell Grants in ’09.

  3. candice c.
    November 10, 2008 at 10:58 AM

    I like how the 25th most expensive college is still $48,438.

    “I went to college and all I got was this piece of paper” is a fantastic tag, by the way.

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