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Re: Cheapest total cost of attendance at T-14?

Postby Bronck » Fri Mar 16, 2012 4:43 am

Lolololol that's Duke undergrad.

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Re: Cheapest total cost of attendance at T-14?

Postby cunninghat » Fri Mar 16, 2012 4:53 am

grrr. lock it up. haha.

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Re: Cheapest total cost of attendance at T-14?

Postby sach1282 » Fri Mar 16, 2012 8:19 am

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=142463

A little dated, but includes total COA rankings.

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Re: Cheapest total cost of attendance at T-14?

Postby Comoncents » Fri Mar 16, 2012 8:42 am

Cost is very important, and one of the selling points too why I picked my school.
Good on you that you are discussing this topic.

Daniel

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Re: Cheapest total cost of attendance at T-14?

Postby buckilaw » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:00 am

From an older thread:

Cost of Attendance Rankings (2010 Data, COA may have increased since then)
1. Michigan $65,350
2. Duke $66,938
3. Virginia $67,700
4. Georgetown $68,000
5. Chicago $68,010
6. Penn $68,150
7. Harvard $70,100
8. Yale $70,450
9. NYU $70,866
10. Cornell $72,380
11. Northwestern $73,285
12. Columbia $74,000
13. Berkeley $74,048
14. Stanford $74,982


I'm a bit surprised Cornell isn't much cheaper, guess those heating bills are a bitch in Ithaca.

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Re: Cheapest total cost of attendance at T-14?

Postby turkeysub » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:56 am

Here are the current COA numbers based off the schools' websites. It's kind of what you would expect in that schools at higher COA areas are more expensive.

There are also ways to spend more and less than the numbers provided. Anecdotally I'm paying "full freight" at one of those schools now and I'm spending significantly less than what the school budgeted.

64,960 Michigan in state
65,400 UVA in state
67,870 Michigan out of state
69,070 Duke
70,400 UVA out of state
70,935 Chicago
71,260 Penn
72,675 Yale
73,886 Berkeley in state
74,680 Cornell
74,704 NYU
74,982 Stanford
75,800 Harvard
77,000 Columbia
77,334 Northwestern
78,094 Berkeley out of state
??? Georgetown (costs on website are sneakily itemized so law students have to do math to figure them out)




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