In the United States, some of the most expensive universities or colleges include Sarah Lawrence College, Harvey Mudd College, Columbia University, University of Chicago and Claremont McKenna College, as noted by Business Insider. This ranking of the top 10 most expensive schools is based on 2014 data from the Chronicle of Higher Education.
The Sarah Lawrence College located in Bronxville, New York, is in first place with a cost of more than $65,000, which includes tuition, room, board and other fees per year. At Sarah Lawrence College, tuition and fees alone can be more than $50,000. With a cost of more than $64,000. Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, ranks second. Columbia University in New York City is in third place on this list of most expensive schools, as stated by CNN. Attending this school can exceed $63,000.
The other learning institutions on this top 10 list of most expensive schools are Dartmouth, Bard College, Scripps, Landmark College and Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering. The cost of attending these different schools is more than $61,000. However, in total, there are approximately 50 colleges that cost more than $60,000, as stated by Business Insider.
The Chronicle of Higher Education website has a listing of more than 3,100 universities and colleges with their respective costs for the 2014-2015 academic year. The site also has historical data on college and university costs that go back to 1998.