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Ohio’s Public Colleges Have Some of The Nation’s Highest Attendance Costs

College in Ohio can be pretty pricey. The U.S. Department of Education’s recently released rankings show the state’s public colleges are some of the most expensive nationwide, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. With a more than $24,000 annual price tag after financial aid, Oxford’s Miami University has the highest net price in the country. Overall, Ohio State takes the ninth spot, University of Cincinnati ranks 16th, and Kent State clocks in the 19th most expensive net price.


CLEVELAND, Ohio – Ohio’s public colleges are among the most costly to attend in the country, according to rankings released Monday by the U.S. Department of Education. The annual cost for an in-state resident to attend Miami University, after receiving scholarships and financial aid, is $24,674, the highest in the country for four-year public institutions.

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