Which Minnesota two-year colleges are among the most and least expensive

Start paying for that two-year

Here’s a follow-up to my prior post on where Minnesota four-year colleges and universities appear on the federal list of most- and least-expensive schools.

It appears to bear out the statements made during this year’s budget battle that this state’s community colleges are among the most expensive:

Two-year public — Highest tuition

Alexandria Technical College — $5,278

Minnesota State Community and Technical College — $5,248

Riverland Community College — $5,178

Dakota County Technical College — $5,084

Ridgewater College — $5,045

Rochester Community and Technical College — $5,027

Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical — $5,025

Central Lakes College-Brainerd — $5,019

Rainy River Community College — $4,971

Itasca Community College — $4,947

Minnesota West Community and Technical College — $4,939

Northwest Technical College — $4,912

Northland Community and Technical College — $4,906

Normandale Community College — $4,888

Minneapolis Community and Technical College — $4,885

Inver Hills Community College — $4,810

North Hennepin Community College — $4,749

Anoka Technical College — $4,731

South Central College — $4,697

Century Community and Technical College — $4,690

National Average: $2,527

Most expensive on list: University of Pittsburgh-Titusville, PA — $10,430

Least expensive on list: Georgia Military College-Warner Robins Campus, GA — $4,668

Two-year public —  Highest net prices

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College — $16,681

Inver Hills Community College — $15,083

Alexandria Technical College — $14,464

Dakota County Technical College — $14,282

Anoka Technical College — $13,978

North Hennepin Community College — $13,924

Hennepin Technical College — $13,777

Century Community and Technical College — $13,590

Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical — $13,314

Minneapolis Community and Technical College — $13,072

Anoka-Ramsey Community College — $11,694

National Average: $6,780

Most expensive on the list: Florida Keys Community College — $23,515

Least expensive on the list: Lansing Community College, MI — $11,506

Two-year private not-for-profit — Lowest tuition

White Earth Tribal and Community College — $3,145

National Average: $11,413

Most expensive on list: William Moore College of Technology, TN — $4,650

Least expensive on list: Blackfeet Community College, MT — $2,190

 

Two-year private not-for-profit — Lowest net prices

White Earth Tribal and Community College — $4,535

National Average: $14,906

Most expensive on list: Associated Beth Rivkah Schools, NY — $5,546

Least expensive on list: Institute of Design and Construction, NY — $1,522

 

Less-than-two-year private not-for-profit — Lowest tuition

American Indian OIC Inc — $4,640

National Average: $10,098

Most expensive on list: Liceo de Arte y Tecnologia, Puerto Rico — $5,926

Least expensive on list: Theda Clark Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology, WI — $4,000*

*Closed, merged, or lost eligibility for federal student aid in 2010