Northern State and the University of South Dakota Make Top-30 Attractive/Affordable College List

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

According to the affordable schools website, Northern State University in Aberdeen and the University of South Dakota in Vermillion are two of the most attractive and affordable colleges to attend in the United States.

During the 2014-15 school year, students (in state or out of state) could attend the University of South Dakota for less than $20,000 a year. Non-resident students attending Northern State University could attend school annually for just over $8,000. Both campuses are unique in their own way. USD has a creative blend of new and old buildings, while NSU is one of the most beautiful campuses in the Midwest region.

1. West Texas A&M University - Canyon, Texas

2. Brazosport College – Lake Jackson, Texas

3. Middle Georgia State College – Macon, Georgia

4. Northwestern Oklahoma State University – Alva, Oklahoma

5. University of South Dakota – Vermillion, South Dakota

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6. New Mexico Highlands University – Las Vegas, New Mexico

7. Northern State University – Aberdeen, South Dakota

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8. Western Nevada College – Carson City, Nevada

9. University of Hawai’i Maui College – Kahului, Hawai’i

10. Indian River State College – Fort Pierce, Florida

11. Northeastern State University – Tahlequah, Oklahoma

12. Lehman College – New York City, New York

13. Louisiana State University of Alexandria – Alexandria, Louisiana

14. College of Coastal Georgia – Brunswick, Georgia

15. Rogers State University – Claremore, Oklahoma

16. Great Basin College – Elko, Nevada

17. University of Central Oklahoma – Edmond, Oklahoma

18. Texas A&M University – College Station, Texas

19. University of Texas-Pan American – Edinburg, Texas

20. University of Wyoming – Laramie, Wyoming

21. Bridgewater State University – Bridgewater, Massachusetts

22. Minot State University – Minot, North Dakota

23. Mayville State University – Mayville, North Dakota

24. Palm Beach State College – Lake Worth, Florida

25. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College – Tifton, Georgia

26. University of Texas at Dallas – Richardson, Texas

27. California State University, Dominguez Hills – Carson, California

28. Florida State University – Tallahassee, Florida

29. California State University, Los Angeles – Los Angeles, California

30. Sul Ross State University – Alpine, Texas

 

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