1. Harvey Mudd College: $67,155
- Total annual cost (including room and board): $67,155
- Tuition and fees: $50,649
- Increase from previous year: 3.7%
It's expensive, but a degree from this private California school is worth the cost. Most of its 835 undergraduates major in science, engineering, or math and are known to launch lucrative careers after graduating. The school offers scholarships to more than two-thirds of its students.
Note: Specialty colleges are not included in this list. Costs are for first-year, full-time undergraduate students for the 2015-2016 academic year. Total cost includes room and board, tuition and fees. It does not reflect any grants or other student aid. The percentage increase reflects the year-over-year increase in tuition and fees and is adjusted for inflation. Financial aid data comes from the National Center for Education Statistics.
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