The bottom line: which top universities have the highest net price?


Thousands of rising high school seniors around Washington will soon mobilize to begin the tedious-but-rewarding task of applying to some of the nation’s finest private universities, reports the Washington Post. Private national universities, as a rule of thumb, charge about $50,000 a year in tuition, fees and living expenses. But the amount the average student actually pays is a different story…

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