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Table 313. Average undergraduate tuition and fees and room and board rates paid by full-time-equivalent students in degree-granting institutions, by control of institution and by state: 2000-01 and 2001-02

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                      |Public 4-year,   | Public 4-year, 2001-02\1\       | Private 4-year, |  Private 4-year, 2001-02\1\     |Public 2-year,
                      |   2000-01       |                                 |   2000-01       |                                 | tuition only
        State         |_________________|_________________________________|_________________|_________________________________|  (in-state)
                      |       | Tuition |       | Tuition |       |       |        |Tuition |        |Tuition |       |       |_______________
                      |       | and re- |       | and re- |       |       |        |and re- |        |and re- |       |       |       |
                      |       | quired  |       | quired  |       |       |        | quired |        | quired |       |       | 2000- | 2001-
                      |       |fees (in-|       |fees (in-|       |       |        | fees   |        | fees   |       |       |  01   | 02\1\
                      | Total | state)  | Total | state)  | Room  | Board | Total  |        | Total  |        | Room  | Board |       |
______________________|_______|_________|_______|_________|_______|_______|________|________|________|________|_______|_______|_______|_______
          1           |   2   |    3    |   4   |    5    |   6   |   7   |   8    |   9    |   10   |   11   |  12   |  13   |  14   |  15
______________________|_______|_________|_______|_________|_______|_______|________|________|________|________|_______|_______|_______|_______
   United States .....|$8,653 |  $3,501 |$9,199 |  $3,746 |$2,811 |$2,642 |$21,856 |$15,470 |$22,968 |$16,287 |$3,571 |$3,111 |$1,333 |$1,379
                      |_______|_________|_______|_________|_______|_______|________|________|________|________|_______|_______|_______|_______
Alabama ..............| 7,349 |   2,987 | 7,654 |   3,245 | 2,321 | 2,088 | 14,136 |  9,334 | 15,269 | 10,229 | 2,415 | 2,626 | 1,672 | 1,990
Alaska ...............| 8,390 |   2,941 | 9,258 |   3,065 | 3,035 | 3,157 | 14,656 |  9,381 | 15,675 |  9,852 | 2,440 | 3,382 | 1,674 | 1,717
Arizona ..............| 7,874 |   2,346 | 8,222 |   2,488 | 2,719 | 3,015 | 15,109 |  9,322 | 14,510 |  9,759 | 2,616 | 2,135 |   924 |   962
Arkansas .............| 6,797 |   3,011 | 7,302 |   3,387 | 2,036 | 1,879 | 13,377 |  9,109 | 14,414 |  9,952 | 1,988 | 2,474 | 1,158 | 1,314
California ...........| 9,590 |   2,566 |10,320 |   2,730 | 3,830 | 3,760 | 24,679 | 17,219 | 26,203 | 18,399 | 4,269 | 3,535 |   315 |   315
                      |       |         |       |         |       |       |        |        |        |        |       |       |       |
Colorado .............| 8,362 |   2,980 | 8,808 |   3,159 | 2,663 | 2,987 | 23,129 | 15,445 | 24,351 | 16,245 | 3,725 | 4,380 | 1,655 | 1,685
Connecticut ..........|10,521 |   4,553 |11,058 |   4,772 | 3,406 | 2,880 | 27,737 | 20,056 | 29,065 | 21,075 | 4,780 | 3,209 | 1,868 | 1,889
Delaware .............|10,283 |   4,789 |10,889 |   5,065 | 3,082 | 2,742 | 13,936 |  8,415 | 14,698 |  8,755 | 3,146 | 2,798 | 1,680 | 1,800
District of Columbia .|      |   2,070 |      |   2,070 |      |      | 26,933 | 19,186 | 28,310 | 20,093 | 5,090 | 3,126 |      |  
Florida ..............| 7,947 |   2,366 | 8,361 |   2,555 | 3,138 | 2,667 | 19,870 | 13,805 | 20,978 | 14,708 | 3,316 | 2,954 | 1,438 | 1,494
                      |       |         |       |         |       |       |        |        |        |        |       |       |       |
Georgia ..............| 7,463 |   2,699 | 7,915 |   2,838 | 2,730 | 2,346 | 19,951 | 13,770 | 21,124 | 14,555 | 3,763 | 2,806 | 1,260 | 1,293
Hawaii ...............| 8,272 |   2,968 | 7,987 |   3,051 | 2,376 | 2,560 | 16,078 |  8,000 | 16,627 |  8,777 | 3,477 | 4,373 | 1,066 | 1,067
Idaho ................| 6,765 |   2,628 | 7,163 |   2,860 | 1,993 | 2,310 | 17,793 | 13,664 | 10,163 |  5,326 | 1,862 | 2,976 | 1,316 | 1,410
Illinois .............| 9,532 |   4,178 |10,194 |   4,567 | 2,653 | 2,974 | 21,784 | 15,317 | 22,844 | 16,194 | 3,726 | 2,924 | 1,532 | 1,569
Indiana...............| 9,239 |   3,786 | 9,783 |   4,002 | 2,821 | 2,960 | 21,378 | 16,078 | 22,545 | 16,973 | 2,823 | 2,749 | 2,108 | 2,121
                      |       |         |       |         |       |       |        |        |        |        |       |       |       |
Iowa .................| 7,587 |   3,157 | 8,253 |   3,470 | 2,512 | 2,271 | 19,414 | 14,630 | 20,341 | 15,383 | 2,289 | 2,670 | 2,141 | 2,362
Kansas ...............| 6,654 |   2,642 | 6,987 |   2,700 | 2,056 | 2,231 | 15,670 | 11,206 | 16,653 | 11,987 | 2,058 | 2,608 | 1,378 | 1,441
Kentucky .............| 6,923 |   2,898 | 7,370 |   3,194 | 2,131 | 2,045 | 14,644 | 10,176 | 15,710 | 10,972 | 2,261 | 2,477 | 1,342 | 1,561
Louisiana ............| 6,329 |   2,783 | 6,689 |   2,865 | 1,895 | 1,929 | 21,937 | 15,591 | 23,050 | 16,539 | 3,469 | 3,042 |   935 | 1,009
Maine ................| 9,371 |   4,267 |10,259 |   4,804 | 2,716 | 2,739 | 22,690 | 16,450 | 24,132 | 17,619 | 3,214 | 3,299 | 2,594 | 2,642
                      |       |         |       |         |       |       |        |        |        |        |       |       |       |
Maryland .............|10,834 |   4,772 |11,385 |   4,973 | 3,553 | 2,859 | 25,670 | 18,621 | 27,108 | 19,652 | 4,185 | 3,271 | 2,301 | 2,244
Massachusetts ........| 9,207 |   4,003 | 9,370 |   3,999 | 2,926 | 2,445 | 28,666 | 20,566 | 29,970 | 21,526 | 4,696 | 3,749 | 1,894 | 1,946
Michigan .............| 9,825 |   4,615 |10,565 |   5,054 | 2,679 | 2,832 | 16,011 | 11,155 | 17,046 | 11,802 | 2,527 | 2,717 | 1,743 | 1,780
Minnesota ............| 8,127 |   4,009 | 9,080 |   4,494 | 2,463 | 2,122 | 21,332 | 16,243 | 22,420 | 16,986 | 2,716 | 2,717 | 2,507 | 2,746
Mississippi ..........| 7,195 |   2,969 | 7,599 |   3,410 | 2,252 | 1,937 | 13,767 |  9,659 | 14,203 | 10,004 | 2,047 | 2,151 | 1,138 | 1,362
                      |       |         |       |         |       |       |        |        |        |        |       |       |       |
Missouri..............| 8,203 |   3,879 | 8,672 |   4,111 | 2,587 | 1,975 | 17,886 | 12,600 | 18,787 | 13,218 | 2,860 | 2,710 | 1,472 | 1,498
Montana ..............| 7,615 |   3,079 | 8,309 |   3,467 | 2,177 | 2,665 | 14,454 |  9,631 | 15,929 |  9,926 | 3,104 | 2,899 | 2,004 | 2,159
Nebraska .............| 7,355 |   3,101 | 7,731 |   3,228 | 2,105 | 2,398 | 16,093 | 11,619 | 18,837 | 14,074 | 2,386 | 2,377 | 1,421 | 1,498
Nevada ...............| 8,247 |   2,344 | 8,570 |   2,437 | 3,523 | 2,610 | 17,835 | 11,465 | 19,719 | 13,510 | 3,230 | 2,979 | 1,369 | 1,410
New Hampshire ........|11,720 |   6,458 |12,348 |   6,728 | 3,457 | 2,163 | 25,184 | 18,261 | 26,482 | 19,186 | 4,121 | 3,175 | 3,933 | 4,324
                      |       |         |       |         |       |       |        |        |        |        |       |       |       |
New Jersey ...........|12,007 |   5,609 |12,854 |   6,078 | 4,034 | 2,741 | 23,738 | 16,680 | 25,203 | 17,403 | 4,113 | 3,687 | 2,295 | 2,236
New Mexico ...........| 7,086 |   2,627 | 7,587 |   2,838 | 2,252 | 2,497 | 19,011 | 14,062 | 20,508 | 14,499 | 3,121 | 2,888 |   876 |   921
New York .............|10,260 |   4,063 |10,777 |   4,140 | 3,637 | 2,999 | 25,178 | 17,433 | 26,509 | 18,357 | 4,697 | 3,455 | 2,562 | 2,584
North Carolina .......| 7,076 |   2,298 | 7,667 |   2,646 | 2,650 | 2,371 | 20,185 | 14,274 | 21,024 | 15,110 | 2,852 | 3,062 |   896 | 1,014
North Dakota .........| 6,418 |   2,942 | 6,843 |   3,130 | 1,405 | 2,308 | 11,399 |  8,026 | 11,840 |  8,362 | 1,520 | 1,959 | 1,902 | 2,090
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Ohio .................|10,451 |   4,742 |11,179 |   5,142 | 3,188 | 2,849 | 20,983 | 15,419 | 22,134 | 16,259 | 2,945 | 2,929 | 2,292 | 2,373
Oklahoma .............| 6,022 |   2,259 | 6,296 |   2,373 | 1,744 | 2,178 | 15,307 | 10,587 | 16,492 | 11,405 | 2,343 | 2,744 | 1,253 | 1,214
Oregon ...............| 9,394 |   3,646 |10,063 |   3,862 | 3,191 | 3,010 | 23,123 | 17,533 | 24,428 | 18,308 | 3,090 | 3,030 | 1,637 | 1,722
Pennsylvania .........|11,091 |   5,917 |11,861 |   6,316 | 2,955 | 2,590 | 24,737 | 17,821 | 26,002 | 18,796 | 3,833 | 3,373 | 2,287 | 2,369
Rhode Island .........|11,095 |   4,506 |11,610 |   4,708 | 3,677 | 3,225 | 26,073 | 18,320 | 27,192 | 19,177 | 4,068 | 3,946 | 1,806 | 1,854
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South Carolina .......| 9,096 |   4,701 |10,077 |   5,502 | 2,485 | 2,089 | 17,518 | 12,713 | 18,435 | 13,429 | 2,511 | 2,495 | 1,467 | 1,787
South Dakota .........| 6,975 |   3,484 | 7,469 |   3,692 | 1,504 | 2,273 | 15,335 | 11,194 | 15,935 | 11,796 | 1,907 | 2,232 | 2,857 | 2,964
Tennessee ............| 7,658 |   2,950 | 7,781 |   3,340 | 2,111 | 2,330 | 18,128 | 12,922 | 19,143 | 13,682 | 2,918 | 2,543 | 1,441 | 1,652
Texas ................| 7,614 |   2,785 | 8,062 |   2,975 | 2,659 | 2,428 | 16,890 | 11,865 | 18,185 | 12,728 | 2,724 | 2,733 |   929 |   981
Utah .................| 6,598 |   2,226 | 7,393 |   2,388 | 2,002 | 3,004 |  8,600 |  3,754 |  8,992 |  4,014 | 2,445 | 2,533 | 1,571 | 1,679
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Vermont ..............|12,847 |   7,142 |13,450 |   7,470 | 3,700 | 2,280 | 22,454 | 15,740 | 23,205 | 16,407 | 3,659 | 3,140 | 3,004 | 3,148
Virginia .............| 8,751 |   3,723 | 8,988 |   3,775 | 2,796 | 2,417 | 18,499 | 13,118 | 19,541 | 13,892 | 2,786 | 2,863 | 1,132 | 1,131
Washington ...........| 8,909 |   3,600 | 9,986 |   3,788 | 2,862 | 3,337 | 21,505 | 15,874 | 22,612 | 16,638 | 3,038 | 2,936 | 1,758 | 1,885
West Virginia.........| 7,290 |   2,551 | 7,625 |   2,645 | 2,421 | 2,559 | 18,285 | 12,999 | 18,329 | 13,136 | 2,406 | 2,787 | 1,661 | 1,661
Wisconsin ............| 7,396 |   3,417 | 7,786 |   3,691 | 2,265 | 1,829 | 20,317 | 15,032 | 21,330 | 15,907 | 2,836 | 2,587 | 2,262 | 2,310
Wyoming ..............| 7,017 |   2,575 | 7,421 |   2,807 | 2,012 | 2,602 |       |       |       |       |      |      | 1,440 | 1,490
______________________|_______|_________|_______|_________|_______|_______|________|________|________|________|_______|_______|_______|_______

Not applicable.
\1\Preliminary data based on fall 2000 enrollments.

NOTE: Data are for the entire academic year and are average charges. Tuition and fees were weighted by the number of full-time-equivalent undergraduates in 2000, but are not adjusted to reflect student residency. Room and board are based on full-time students. (See Guide to Sources for details.) Data revised from previously published figures. Detail may not sum to totals due to rounding.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), "Fall Enrollment" and "Institutional Characteristics" surveys. (This table was prepared November 2002.)


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