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Prefer a rural setting, free from distractions? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable Rural Liberal Arts Colleges. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Michigan
$37,755 / year
$37,755 / year
West Virginia
$28,950 / year
$28,950 / year
Tennessee
$15,750 / year
$15,750 / year
Illinois
$24,950 / year
$24,950 / year
Virginia
$34,500 / year
$34,500 / year
South Carolina
$34,435 / year
$34,435 / year
Colorado
$7,056 / year
$17,712 / year
New Hampshire
$36,980 / year
$36,980 / year
Indiana
$38,880 / year
$38,880 / year
Nebraska
$31,190 / year
$31,190 / year
Michigan
$28,170 / year
$28,170 / year
New York
$33,920 / year
$33,920 / year
Alabama
$17,240 / year
$17,240 / year
North Carolina
$26,140 / year
$26,140 / year
Kentucky
$25,440 / year
$25,440 / year
Arkansas
$28,550 / year
$28,550 / year
Ohio
$28,700 / year
$28,700 / year
Michigan
$29,086 / year
$29,086 / year
South Carolina
$37,400 / year
$37,400 / year
Illinois
$29,970 / year
$29,970 / year
Texas
$31,938 / year
$31,938 / year
North Carolina
$28,680 / year
$28,680 / year
New Mexico
$35,000 / year
$35,000 / year
California
$26,000 / year
$26,000 / year
Hawaii
$7,344 / year
$20,304 / year
Minnesota
$12,324 / year
$14,378 / year
Pennsylvania
$13,198 / year
$24,666 / year
Virginia
$9,562 / year
$37,572 / year
New York
$30,300 / year
$30,300 / year
West Virginia
$31,074 / year
$31,074 / year
Colorado
$6,816 / year
$18,600 / year
Missouri
$28,330 / year
$28,330 / year