Most Affordable Suburban Colleges

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
$38,766 / year
$38,766 / year
Ohio
$32,320 / year
$32,320 / year
Illinois
$38,798 / year
$38,798 / year
Michigan
$21,620 / year
$21,620 / year
Nebraska
$21,210 / year
$21,210 / year
North Carolina
$29,194 / year
$29,194 / year
Maryland
$24,020 / year
$34,712 / year
Massachusetts
$27,476 / year
$33,616 / year
Hawaii
$19,776 / year
$19,776 / year
Pennsylvania
$38,461 / year
$38,461 / year
California
$24,778 / year
$36,658 / year
California
$25,925 / year
$37,805 / year
Pennsylvania
$27,218 / year
$31,836 / year
Connecticut
$26,861 / year
$39,821 / year
Pennsylvania
$25,492 / year
$30,758 / year
Pennsylvania
$35,272 / year
$35,272 / year
Georgia
$21,290 / year
$32,012 / year
Michigan
$33,684 / year
$33,684 / year
Washington
$18,583 / year
$20,264 / year
Tennessee
$39,230 / year
$39,230 / year
Texas
$34,106 / year
$34,106 / year
Michigan
$33,180 / year
$33,180 / year
New York
$28,150 / year
$28,150 / year
Pennsylvania
$24,924 / year
$29,352 / year
Illinois
$39,620 / year
$39,620 / year
New York
$25,156 / year
$35,066 / year
Massachusetts
$23,563 / year
$29,643 / year
Florida
$31,560 / year
$31,560 / year
Florida
$30,490 / year
$30,490 / year
Florida
$20,390 / year
$39,434 / year
Florida
$30,616 / year
$30,616 / year
Florida
$18,171 / year
$27,749 / year
Georgia
$20,644 / year
$31,366 / year
South Carolina
$24,244 / year
$34,628 / year
Maryland
$24,650 / year
$38,750 / year
Georgia
$25,332 / year
$36,314 / year
Michigan
$25,392 / year
$30,814 / year
Michigan
$27,742 / year
$27,742 / year
Washington
$18,491 / year
$18,940 / year
New York
$35,950 / year
$35,950 / year
Indiana
$21,519 / year
$33,970 / year
Florida
$27,890 / year
$27,890 / year
New Jersey
$30,678 / year
$37,854 / year
Ohio
$27,028 / year
$35,904 / year
Ohio
$27,779 / year
$27,779 / year
Pennsylvania
$28,414 / year
$32,522 / year
Michigan
$33,168 / year
$33,168 / year
California
$31,180 / year
$31,180 / year
Pennsylvania
$27,508 / year
$33,711 / year
North Carolina
$28,390 / year
$28,390 / year
Louisiana
$27,904 / year
$27,904 / year
Ohio
$39,529 / year
$39,529 / year
Wisconsin
$28,110 / year
$28,110 / year
Missouri
$38,558 / year
$38,558 / year
Massachusetts
$26,633 / year
$35,578 / year
New York
$38,868 / year
$38,868 / year
Alabama
$22,894 / year
$22,894 / year
Pennsylvania
$29,906 / year
$39,876 / year
Minnesota
$23,000 / year
$30,632 / year
Mississippi
$35,312 / year
$35,312 / year
New Mexico
$22,062 / year
$38,202 / year
Texas
$23,600 / year
$23,600 / year
Illinois
$26,760 / year
$26,760 / year
Kentucky
$23,642 / year
$33,602 / year
Michigan
$27,370 / year
$39,334 / year
Missouri
$24,730 / year
$24,730 / year
Pennsylvania
$30,168 / year
$38,728 / year
Indiana
$23,211 / year
$29,894 / year
New Jersey
$19,250 / year
$19,250 / year
New Jersey
$26,314 / year
$35,655 / year
Oklahoma
$28,946 / year
$28,946 / year
Rhode Island
$25,010 / year
$38,475 / year
Michigan
$35,210 / year
$35,210 / year
Oklahoma
$22,594 / year
$30,934 / year
Pennsylvania
$36,338 / year
$36,338 / year
Michigan
$23,473 / year
$38,060 / year
Missouri
$24,180 / year
$24,180 / year
Massachusetts
$28,164 / year
$35,030 / year
Maryland
$26,404 / year
$36,470 / year
California
$11,824 / year
$17,440 / year
Ohio
$21,139 / year
$27,063 / year
West Virginia
$22,409 / year
$32,849 / year
Pennsylvania
$30,614 / year
$38,656 / year
Tennessee
$35,510 / year
$35,510 / year
Oklahoma
$38,744 / year
$38,744 / year
South Carolina
$37,896 / year
$37,896 / year
Oklahoma
$25,930 / year
$25,930 / year
New Jersey
$31,364 / year
$38,652 / year
Virginia
$39,370 / year
$39,370 / year
Texas
$24,450 / year
$37,110 / year
New Hampshire
$33,500 / year
$33,500 / year
Florida
$27,750 / year
$27,750 / year
North Dakota
$12,822 / year
$12,822 / year
Florida
$22,134 / year
$37,160 / year
Oklahoma
$24,601 / year
$35,488 / year
North Carolina
$33,344 / year
$33,344 / year
Georgia
$20,854 / year
$29,886 / year
Ohio
$24,100 / year
$24,100 / year
South Carolina
$19,606 / year
$30,064 / year
South Carolina
$24,360 / year
$35,406 / year
Pennsylvania
$35,690 / year
$35,690 / year
Wisconsin
$19,725 / year
$27,995 / year
Wisconsin
$19,810 / year
$27,383 / year
California
$27,042 / year
$27,042 / year
Virginia
$23,673 / year
$35,428 / year
Washington
$39,480 / year
$39,480 / year
Maryland
$36,716 / year
$36,716 / year
Pennsylvania
$22,146 / year
$33,970 / year
Texas
$21,485 / year
$22,891 / year
West Virginia
$24,981 / year
$34,435 / year
Massachusetts
$25,120 / year
$31,200 / year
Delaware
$15,080 / year
$15,080 / year
Ohio
$21,032 / year
$30,176 / year
Pennsylvania
$35,676 / year
$35,676 / year