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Tuition Comparison Between New Hampshire Colleges

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Cost of Attendance (COA)

Next table compares the 2020 costs of attendance between Colleges in New Hampshire. For state residents, the average COA is $28,759 when living on campus and $28,774 when living off campus. For out-of-state students, the average COA is $42,840 when living on campus and $42,855 when living off campus. The COA includes tuition, fees, books & supplies, room & board costs, and other living expenses.
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2020 Cost Of Attendance Comparison Between Colleges In New Hampshire
NameTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Colby-Sawyer College
$43,188 $2,000 $15,978 $15,082
Dartmouth College
$57,204 $1,100 $18,414 -
Franklin Pierce University
$39,100 $1,300 $16,100 $17,100
University of New Hampshire-School of Law
$34,865$38,765 - - -
Northeast Catholic College
$24,000 $700 $10,756 $8,600
New England College
$25,735 $1,000 $17,915 $16,250
Southern New Hampshire University$31,136 $1,200 $19,542 $19,750
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
$18,879$35,409 $1,000 $14,593 $14,593
Keene State College
$14,568$23,756 $900 $14,346 $12,068
University of New Hampshire at Manchester
$15,685$32,195 $1,000 $14,103 $16,205
Plymouth State University
$14,440$23,330 $1,310 $13,680 $13,680
NHTI-Concord's Community College
$7,250$15,500 $1,400 $14,164 $22,046
White Mountains Community College
$7,090$15,340 $1,400 - $15,664
River Valley Community College
$6,940$15,190 $1,600 - $20,282
Lakes Region Community College
$6,738$14,988 $1,400 $18,040 $19,578
Manchester Community College
$7,090$15,340 $1,750 - $19,376
Nashua Community College
$7,140$15,390 $1,400 - $19,616
Great Bay Community College
$7,200$15,450 $1,400 - $20,814
Rivier University
$33,540 $1,200 $15,872 $15,320
Saint Anselm College
$41,800 $1,000 $18,750 $13,500
St Joseph School of Nursing
$22,735 $1,603 - $7,000
Granite State College
$7,791$9,015 $900 - $12,600
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts$21,600 $700 $11,200 $7,700
Antioch University-New England
$22,650 - - -
New Hampshire Institute of Art
$28,280 $2,100 $14,660 $14,660
Upper Valley Educators Institute$16,830 - - -
Average$11,975$26,056$1,277$15,507$15,522
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Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Next table compares 2019-2020 undergraduate tuition & fees between Colleges in New Hampshire. The average undergraduate tuition & fees is $10,068 for in-state students and $25,952 for out-of-state students. The 2019-2020 undergraduate tuition & fees of Colleges in New Hampshire are increased by 0.91% compared to the previous year.
Among the Colleges in New Hampshire, Dartmouth College requires the most expensive tuition & fees of $55,605 and Granite State College has the lowest tuition & fees of $8,760 for undergraduate programs.
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Undergraduate Tuition & Fess Comparison Between Colleges In New Hampshire
Name2018-20192019-2020
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Colby-Sawyer College
$41,650$43,188
Dartmouth College
$55,035$57,204
Franklin Pierce University
$36,900$39,100
University of New Hampshire-School of Law
This school does not have undergraduate programs.
Northeast Catholic College
$24,000$24,000
New England College
$25,612$25,735
Southern New Hampshire University$31,136$31,136
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
$18,499$33,879$18,879$35,409
Keene State College
$14,212$23,176$14,568$23,756
University of New Hampshire at Manchester
$15,265$30,635$15,685$32,195
Plymouth State University
$14,100$22,770$14,440$23,330
NHTI-Concord's Community College
$7,680$16,480$7,250$15,500
White Mountains Community College
$7,970$16,770$7,090$15,340
River Valley Community College
$7,298$16,098$6,940$15,190
Lakes Region Community College
$7,168$15,968$6,738$14,988
Manchester Community College
$7,520$16,320$7,090$15,340
Nashua Community College
$7,616$16,416$7,140$15,390
Great Bay Community College
$7,680$16,480$7,200$15,450
Rivier University
$32,205$33,540
Saint Anselm College
$41,200$41,800
St Joseph School of Nursing
$22,735$22,735
Granite State College
$7,761$8,745$7,791$9,015
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts$21,600$21,600
Antioch University-New England
This school does not have undergraduate programs.
Upper Valley Educators InstituteThis school does not have undergraduate programs.
Average$10,231$25,719$10,068$25,952
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Graduate Tuition & Fees

Next table compares 2019-2020 graduate tuition & fees between Colleges in New Hampshire. The average graduate tuition & fees is $16,372 for state residents and $20,477 for out-of-state students. The 2019-2020 graduate tuition & fees of Colleges in New Hampshire are increased by 3.28% compared to the previous year.
Among the Colleges in New Hampshire, Dartmouth College requires the most expensive graduate tuition & fees of $55,605 and Colby-Sawyer College has the lowest graduate tuition & fees of $3,450.
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Graduate Tuition & Fess Comparison Between Colleges In New Hampshire
Name2018-20192019-2020
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Colby-Sawyer College
$3,450$3,450
Dartmouth College
$53,829$55,947
Franklin Pierce University
$17,200$17,200
University of New Hampshire-School of Law
$34,025$37,825$34,865$38,765
Northeast Catholic College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
New England College
$13,560$14,228
Southern New Hampshire University$18,810$18,810
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
$15,935$29,225$16,265$29,905
Keene State College
$11,538$12,438$11,772$12,672
University of New Hampshire at Manchester
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
Plymouth State University
$10,134$11,574$10,350$14,400
NHTI-Concord's Community College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
White Mountains Community College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
River Valley Community College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
Lakes Region Community College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
Manchester Community College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
Nashua Community College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
Great Bay Community College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
Rivier University
$10,925$11,655
Saint Anselm College
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
St Joseph School of Nursing
This school does not have graduate schools programs.
Granite State College
$8,610$9,435$8,610$9,690
Thomas More College of Liberal ArtsThis school does not have graduate schools programs.
Antioch University-New England
$22,650$22,650
Upper Valley Educators Institute$16,830$16,830
Average$16,048$19,827$16,372$20,477
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Room & Board, Other Living Expenses

Next table compares living costs including room, board, and other expenses between Colleges in New Hampshire. Each cost is in average and may vary by room types, meal plan, and other living styles. For academic year 2019-2020, the average living costs of Colleges in New Hampshire is $15,564 when a student lives on campus and $15,563 when living off campus.
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Living Costs Comparison Between Colleges In New Hampshire
NameOn-CampusOff-Campus
Room & BoardOther ExpensesRoom & BoardOther ExpensesOther Expenses (living with family)
Colby-Sawyer College
$14,978$1,000 $14,082$1,000$1,000
Dartmouth College
$16,374$2,040 ---
Franklin Pierce University
$13,900$2,200 $13,900$3,200$3,200
University of New Hampshire-School of Law
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Northeast Catholic College
$8,000$2,756 $8,000$600$600
New England College
$15,915$2,000 $14,000$2,250$2,750
Southern New Hampshire University $12,800$6,742 $10,218$9,532$9,532
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
$11,942$2,651 $11,942$2,651$3,201
Keene State College
$12,846$1,500 $10,318$1,750$2,050
University of New Hampshire at Manchester
$11,452$2,651 $11,704$4,501$3,200
Plymouth State University
$11,350$2,330 $11,350$2,330$3,910
NHTI-Concord's Community College
$10,102$4,062 $14,590$7,456$7,456
White Mountains Community College
-- $10,676$4,988$4,988
River Valley Community College
-- $12,106$8,176$8,176
Lakes Region Community College
$13,052$4,988 $14,590$4,988$4,988
Manchester Community College
-- $15,238$4,138$4,138
Nashua Community College
-- $15,238$4,378$4,378
Great Bay Community College
-- $14,762$6,052$6,052
Rivier University
$13,570$2,302 $10,218$5,102$5,142
Saint Anselm College
$14,750$4,000 $10,200$3,300$7,000
St Joseph School of Nursing
-- $6,000$1,000$500
Granite State College
-- $9,828$2,772$2,772
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts $9,700$1,500 $5,700$2,000$5,750
Antioch University-New England
-- ---
Upper Valley Educators Institute -- ---
Average$12,715 $2,848$11,650 $3,913$4,323
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