Pitt, Penn State Again Most Costly Public Universities

This according to a new federal ranking. Temple ranks 19th.

Pitt and Penn State are once again the most expensive public universities in America, according to a new federal ranking.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports:

The list of the top 5 percent in tuition and required fees of four-year public colleges and universities put the Oakland campus of the University of Pittsburgh at No. 1 with a tuition of $16,590, followed by Penn State’s University Park campus at $16,444 in 2012-13.

Of 34 campuses listed, 15 are Penn State campuses, including Greater Allegheny, ranking 26th at $13,356.

Temple University also made this list, placing 19th at $13,596.

The national average? $7,407. You can do your own research here.

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