Here is the list of the 50 most expensive colleges in the U.S.

The cost of a college education is out of control. College kids and their parents are paying and borrowing tremendous amounts of money for degrees which sometimes don’t even pull through in helping graduates get a job. Below we have listed the 50 most expensive universities in the country. There is a lot of quality schools on this list, but some of you who go to these, or are considering going to these, might want to reconsider. This data comes from a report on CBSNews.com. It’s the raw price for a year at each school, which includes room, board, tuition, and required fees as of 2012.

50. Middlebury College – $55,950

49. Carleton College – $55,998

48. University of Pennsylvania – $56,106

47. Franklin & Marshall College – $56,110

46. Bowdoin College – $56,128

45. Boston University – $56,184

44. Bucknell University – $56,190

43. University of Rochester – $56,252

42. Amherst College – $56,260

41. Union College – $56,289

40. The George Washington University – $56,310

39. Georgetown University – $56,362

38. Bard College – $56,485

37. Brandeis University – $56,516

36. Boston College – $56,516

35. Tufts University – $56,546

34. Stevens Institute of Technology – $56,596

33. Williams College – $56,770

32. Tulane University – $56,780

31. Connecticut College – $56,790

30. Washington University in St. Louis – $56,823

29. University of Southern California – $56,903

28. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – $56,925

27. Bennington College – $56,990

26. Haverford College – $56,992

25. Oberlin College – $57,025

24. Occidental College – $57,028

23. Vassar College – $57,070

22. Scripps College – $57,088

21. Cornell University – $57,091

20. Carnegie Mellon University – $57,104

19. Fordham College at Rose Hill – $57,106

18. Northwestern University – $57,108

17. Fordham University – $57,188

16. Bates College – $57,235

15. Pitzer College – $57,266

14. Barnard College – $57,312

13. The John Hopkins University – $57,320

12. Eugene Lang College – $57,340

11. Trinity College – $57,530

10. Bard College – $57,580

9. The University of Chicago – $57,711

8. Drexel University – $57,975

7. Dartmouth College – $57,996

6. Claremont McKenna College – $58,065

5. Wesleyan University – $58,202

4. Columbia University – $58,742

3. Harvey Mudd College – $58,913

2. New York University – $59,837

1. Sarah Lawrence College – $61,236

  • Anna

    #10 and #38 are the same