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Looking to study in the Southwest? Interested in a school that is good for commuter students? We've compiled a list of Colleges In The Southwest For Commuters. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
Arizona
$16,239 / year
$24,831 / year
Arizona
$15,195 / year
$31,475 / year
Oklahoma
$10,710 / year
$20,130 / year
Texas
$36,864 / year
$36,864 / year
Arizona
$8,460 / year
$8,460 / year
Oklahoma
$22,200 / year
$22,200 / year
Texas
$8,188 / year
$9,448 / year
New Mexico
$9,090 / year
$9,090 / year
New Mexico
$12,810 / year
$28,950 / year
Oklahoma
$10,899 / year
$19,299 / year
Texas
$25,710 / year
$38,723 / year
Texas
$12,684 / year
$25,173 / year
Texas
$15,706 / year
$28,128 / year
Texas
$14,780 / year
$27,440 / year
Texas
$13,177 / year
$13,177 / year
Texas
$12,315 / year
$26,325 / year
Arizona
$17,600 / year
$41,600 / year
Oklahoma
$16,551 / year
$27,438 / year
Texas
$16,098 / year
$31,548 / year
Texas
$26,986 / year
$40,422 / year
Texas
$11,809 / year
$21,937 / year
New Mexico
$12,464 / year
$27,728 / year
Texas
$15,533 / year
$28,613 / year
Texas
$36,686 / year
$36,686 / year
Texas
$37,184 / year
$37,184 / year
Texas
$28,264 / year
$28,264 / year
New Mexico
$12,472 / year
$19,705 / year