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The most expensive colleges in the U.S. cost between $50,000 and $60,000, according to U.S. News and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
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4. University of Chicago
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National ranking: No. 3
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Fortunately, the University of Chicago is putting its $146 million student aid budget to good use with its No Barriers program
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1. Columbia University
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National ranking: No. 5
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Although Columbia has the highest tuition cost, its financial aid awards come with a serious perk. The school meets all demonstrated need without the use of student loans.
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Getting into Columbia is a rare achievement. The school lets in only 6% of applicants. If you're one of them, you'll have to decide if this Ivy League degree is worth the cost.
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How much should you pay for college?
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You also should consider the return on investment of your degree based on your future career goals.
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