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Looking to study in the Southwest? Prefer a rural setting, free from distractions? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable Rural Colleges In The Southwest. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Oklahoma
$12,000 / year
$12,000 / year
Arizona
$1,320 / year
$1,320 / year
Oklahoma
$5,648 / year
$15,008 / year
Texas
$26,400 / year
$26,400 / year
Texas
$25,998 / year
$25,998 / year
Texas
$10,400 / year
$10,400 / year
Oklahoma
$4,342 / year
$11,722 / year
New Mexico
$3,420 / year
$3,420 / year
New Mexico
$4,608 / year
$9,048 / year
Oklahoma
$5,913 / year
$14,313 / year
Oklahoma
$27,912 / year
$27,912 / year
Oklahoma
$5,357 / year
$20,877 / year
Oklahoma
$27,424 / year
$27,424 / year
Texas
$31,938 / year
$31,938 / year
New Mexico
$35,000 / year
$35,000 / year
Texas
$6,547 / year
$18,817 / year
Texas
$4,951 / year
$14,123 / year
Texas
$5,924 / year
$18,433 / year
Texas
$19,996 / year
$19,996 / year
New Mexico
$4,417 / year
$11,400 / year
Texas
$12,500 / year
$12,500 / year