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Interested in a school that is good for commuter students? We've compiled a list of Private Research Universities 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 (%)
Illinois
$27,098 / year
$27,098 / year
Nebraska
$12,486 / year
$12,486 / year
Utah
$17,458 / year
$17,458 / year
Hawaii
$30,701 / year
$30,701 / year
Colorado
$35,362 / year
$35,362 / year
Illinois
$42,540 / year
$42,540 / year
California
$38,242 / year
$38,242 / year
Hawaii
$34,840 / year
$34,840 / year
Pennsylvania
$34,008 / year
$34,008 / year
Virginia
$23,310 / year
$23,310 / year
Michigan
$28,650 / year
$28,650 / year
New York
$24,468 / year
$24,468 / year
New York
$38,462 / year
$38,462 / year
Illinois
$32,970 / year
$32,970 / year
Missouri
$16,490 / year
$16,490 / year
Virginia
$30,143 / year
$30,143 / year
Colorado
$43,948 / year
$43,948 / year
Florida
$28,116 / year
$28,116 / year
Illinois
$37,724 / year
$37,724 / year
New York
$27,332 / year
$27,332 / year
Washington DC
$28,070 / year
$28,070 / year
California
$48,306 / year
$48,306 / year
Texas
$36,686 / year
$36,686 / year
Texas
$37,184 / year
$37,184 / year
Texas
$28,264 / year
$28,264 / year
Delaware
$15,080 / year
$15,080 / year
California
$39,765 / year
$39,765 / year