South Dakota State Ranked No. 1 For Out-of-State College Students

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South Dakota State University has an out-of-state tuition average of $6,560 (for classes) per year, according to College Magazine. As of October of 2015, 36 percent of the students who attend SDSU live outside of South Dakota.

Along with having a low cost of tuition for out-of-state students, College Magazine gave SDSU credit by mentioning the quality of life. They gave props to the consistent strong quality of athletics, Greek Life, and raved about the large - beautiful campus.

1. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

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2. ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

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3. MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

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4. UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO

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5. TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

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6. APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY

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7. UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA

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8. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

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9. UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON

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10. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA – TWIN CITIES

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