What Are the Most Affordable Universities in the U.S.?

What Are the Most Affordable Universities in the U.S.?

As of 2011, the most affordable universities in the United States include Haskell Indian Nations University, the University of Texas Pan-American, West Virginia University at Parkersburg and the University of Central Florida College of Arts and Humanities. In-state tuition is necessary for optimal affordability.

Haskell Indian Nations University is the cheapest university in the United States as of 2011, with in-state tuition costing $430 for an entire year. The university is located in Lawrence, Kansas, and entry to its student body requires membership in a federally recognized Native American tribe. Acceptance is limited to 1,000 students per semester.

The University of Texas Pan-American is located in Edinburg, Texas, and its tuition costs $1,646 per year. As a doctoral research university, it is well-suited for both undergraduate and graduate studies.

West Virginia University at Parkersburg is located in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Its tuition costs are $2,076 per year. It originated as a community college but now offers bachelor's degrees in specific areas.

The University of Central Florida College of Arts and Humanities is located in Orlando, Florida. Tuition for this college is $2,190 per year. The college was once joined with a College of Sciences, but they are now separate institutions.