Top 20 priciest private universities in US 2010-11

By Lin Liyao
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Connecticut College, with a tuition fee of $43,990 became the most expensive 4-year or above private university across the country for the 2010-11 academic year, according to U.S. Department of Education.

Connecticut College was followed by the Sarah Lawrence College and Columbia University placed the second and third spots with tuition of $43,564 and $43,304, respectively.

The average tuition fee at four-year or above private universities across the United States was $21,949 for the 2010-11 academic year, $15,280 higher than that of public schools.

This year's College Affordability and Transparency Lists, published last month, highlights institutions with the highest and lowest tuitions and net prices, and those schools where prices are rising the fastest.

Also see: Top 20 most expensive US public universities 2010-11

                 Top 20 cheapest US public universities 2010-11

                 Top 20 cheapest private universities in US 2010-11

   Tufts University

State: Massachusetts 

Tuition: $41,598

2009-10 in-state tuition: $40,342


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