Most Affordable Colleges In USA
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Most Affordable Colleges In USA

Most Affordable Colleges In USA



U.S. Colleges That Offered the Most Affordable Tuition to International Students.

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This list highlights affordable U.S. colleges where the estimated tuition and fees for international students in the 2020 school year totaled less than $35,000.

These schools are all ranked within the top 100 on U.S. News and World Report’s 2018 Best College Rankings for their respective categories (national universities, liberal arts colleges, etc.). This means that in addition to being affordable, these colleges also provide their students with a quality education.

1.  Binghamton University

Binghamton is a public research university located in Vestal, New York. This university is the perfect place for students with a love for the outdoors. The campus includes a 182-acre nature preserve as well as an Adventure Resource Center and Outdoor Pursuits program.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $26,328.

2.  University of Minnesota – Twin Cities

The University of Minnesota is a public research university with campuses in both Minneapolis and Saint Paul (known as the Twin Cities). These campuses are only about 3 miles apart. Some of the school’s most popular majors are social sciences, biological and biomedical sciences, engineering, business, and psychology.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $28,910.

3.  University of Georgia

Founded in 1785, the University of Georgia was the first public, state-chartered college in the U.S. The school is located in Athens, Georgia—60 miles away from the state capital of Atlanta. It’s beautiful campus is a blend of classic and modern—the oldest building dates back to 1806.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $30,392. 

4.  Purdue University

Located in West Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue is best known for its engineering program. The school is nicknamed the “cradle of astronauts” because a whopping 24 of its graduates have gone on to become astronauts. This includes Neil Armstrong—the first man on the moon—and Eugene Cernan—the last man on the moon.   

Tuition at Purdue has not increased since 2012. This tuition freeze will remain in place at least through the 2020 academic year.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $30,954.

5.  Brigham Young University

Brigham Young University is a private, non-profit research university in Provo, Utah. It is owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and tuition costs are subsidized with church members’ tithing funds.

Estimated tuition for non-LDS students: About $10,920. (This is significantly cheaper than the average cost of tuition at private colleges in the United States: $34,740 in 2017-18.)

6.  University of Iowa

Located in Iowa City, the University of Iowa is one of fourteen universities in the Big Ten Conference—the oldest Division I collegiate athletic conference in the U.S.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: Around $29,770.

7.  California Polytechnic State University

Cal Poly is a public university in Luis Obispo, California—a city halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco that has been ranked one of the happiest cities in the U.S. Some popular majors at the school include engineering, agriculture, business, and biological and biomedical sciences.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: $23,349.

8.  James Madison University

Named after America’s fourth president, James Madison University is located in Harrisonburg, Virginia—just over two hours away from the nation’s capital of Washington, D.C.  Those majoring in political science can take advantage of this close proximity by participating in the Washington Semester, during which they can experience working in D.C. with a semester-long internship.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $30,800.

9.  Truman State University

Located in rural Kirksville, Missouri, some of Truman State University’s most popular majors include business administration and management, kinesiology, biology, psychology, and English.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $14,842.

10.  Asbury University

Asbury University is a private Christian liberal arts university located in Wilmore, Kentucky. Although the school is non-denominational, its foundation is centered on the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $28,631.

11.  Florida State University

Students attending Florida State University in Tallahassee are just a short drive away from some of the sunshine state’s beautiful beaches. A few of the school’s popular majors include criminal justice, psychology, and English.

Estimated tuition and fees for international undergraduate students: About $21,683. 

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