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Prefer a suburban setting, away from the bustle of the city? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable Suburban Colleges. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
Michigan
$29,688 / year
$29,688 / year
Ohio
$22,378 / year
$22,378 / year
Illinois
$27,098 / year
$27,098 / year
Michigan
$21,620 / year
$21,620 / year
Nebraska
$12,486 / year
$12,486 / year
North Carolina
$18,900 / year
$18,900 / year
Maryland
$12,298 / year
$22,990 / year
Massachusetts
$14,476 / year
$20,616 / year
Hawaii
$13,190 / year
$13,190 / year
Pennsylvania
$26,576 / year
$26,576 / year
California
$12,544 / year
$24,424 / year
California
$25,925 / year
$37,805 / year
Pennsylvania
$16,874 / year
$21,492 / year
Connecticut
$14,685 / year
$27,645 / year
Pennsylvania
$14,474 / year
$19,740 / year
Pennsylvania
$28,952 / year
$28,952 / year
Georgia
$11,110 / year
$21,832 / year
Michigan
$23,184 / year
$23,184 / year
Washington
$18,583 / year
$20,264 / year
Tennessee
$30,630 / year
$30,630 / year
Texas
$25,096 / year
$25,096 / year
Michigan
$23,252 / year
$23,252 / year
New York
$20,050 / year
$20,050 / year
Pennsylvania
$15,290 / year
$19,718 / year
Illinois
$30,000 / year
$30,000 / year
New York
$11,918 / year
$21,828 / year
Massachusetts
$12,491 / year
$18,571 / year
Florida
$20,316 / year
$20,316 / year
Florida
$22,034 / year
$22,034 / year
Florida
$10,570 / year
$29,614 / year
Florida
$23,072 / year
$23,072 / year
Florida
$8,511 / year
$18,089 / year
Georgia
$12,272 / year
$22,994 / year
South Carolina
$15,482 / year
$25,866 / year
Maryland
$14,448 / year
$28,548 / year
Georgia
$13,744 / year
$24,726 / year
Michigan
$15,968 / year
$21,390 / year
Michigan
$18,942 / year
$18,942 / year
Washington
$18,491 / year
$18,940 / year
New York
$27,150 / year
$27,150 / year
Indiana
$11,613 / year
$24,064 / year
Florida
$20,850 / year
$20,850 / year
New Jersey
$16,208 / year
$23,384 / year
Ohio
$16,694 / year
$25,570 / year
Ohio
$27,779 / year
$27,779 / year
Pennsylvania
$18,144 / year
$22,252 / year
Michigan
$25,883 / year
$25,883 / year
California
$22,790 / year
$22,790 / year
Pennsylvania
$17,920 / year
$24,123 / year
North Carolina
$21,597 / year
$21,597 / year
Louisiana
$22,386 / year
$22,386 / year
Ohio
$29,329 / year
$29,329 / year
Wisconsin
$21,010 / year
$21,010 / year
Missouri
$27,846 / year
$27,846 / year
Massachusetts
$15,653 / year
$24,598 / year
New York
$24,468 / year
$24,468 / year
Alabama
$15,640 / year
$15,640 / year
Pennsylvania
$16,248 / year
$26,218 / year
Minnesota
$13,992 / year
$21,624 / year
Mississippi
$25,012 / year
$25,012 / year
New Mexico
$12,810 / year
$28,950 / year
Texas
$14,520 / year
$14,520 / year
Illinois
$15,880 / year
$15,880 / year
Kentucky
$13,730 / year
$23,690 / year
Michigan
$17,145 / year
$29,109 / year
Missouri
$16,490 / year
$16,490 / year
Pennsylvania
$17,988 / year
$26,548 / year
Indiana
$23,211 / year
$29,894 / year
New Jersey
$15,950 / year
$15,950 / year
New Jersey
$13,864 / year
$23,205 / year
Oklahoma
$21,786 / year
$21,786 / year
Rhode Island
$13,181 / year
$26,646 / year
Michigan
$27,834 / year
$27,834 / year
Oklahoma
$13,654 / year
$21,994 / year
Pennsylvania
$23,900 / year
$23,900 / year
Michigan
$15,243 / year
$29,830 / year
Missouri
$19,130 / year
$19,130 / year
Massachusetts
$14,108 / year
$20,974 / year
Maryland
$14,454 / year
$24,520 / year
California
$6,644 / year
$12,260 / year
Ohio
$10,569 / year
$16,493 / year
West Virginia
$11,929 / year
$22,369 / year
Pennsylvania
$17,766 / year
$25,808 / year
Tennessee
$27,770 / year
$27,770 / year
Oklahoma
$28,860 / year
$28,860 / year
South Carolina
$28,866 / year
$28,866 / year
Oklahoma
$18,830 / year
$18,830 / year
New Jersey
$19,082 / year
$26,370 / year
Virginia
$26,370 / year
$26,370 / year
Texas
$14,780 / year
$27,440 / year
New Hampshire
$23,800 / year
$23,800 / year
Florida
$21,100 / year
$21,100 / year
North Dakota
$7,722 / year
$7,722 / year
Florida
$12,774 / year
$27,800 / year
Oklahoma
$16,551 / year
$27,438 / year
North Carolina
$24,794 / year
$24,794 / year
Georgia
$10,868 / year
$19,900 / year
Ohio
$17,016 / year
$17,016 / year
South Carolina
$11,840 / year
$22,298 / year
South Carolina
$16,200 / year
$27,246 / year
Pennsylvania
$25,804 / year
$25,804 / year
Wisconsin
$12,899 / year
$21,169 / year
Wisconsin
$12,804 / year
$20,377 / year
California
$19,278 / year
$19,278 / year
Virginia
$12,465 / year
$24,220 / year
Washington
$32,025 / year
$32,025 / year
Maryland
$27,346 / year
$27,346 / year
Pennsylvania
$12,930 / year
$24,754 / year
Texas
$13,197 / year
$14,603 / year
West Virginia
$12,615 / year
$22,069 / year
Massachusetts
$13,150 / year
$19,230 / year
Delaware
$15,080 / year
$15,080 / year
Ohio
$9,254 / year
$18,398 / year
Pennsylvania
$24,476 / year
$24,476 / year