This post was originally posted in May. With this year’s high school juniors and seniors beginning to look at, and apply to, colleges and universities, we’re running the article again.
Virginia has fifteen excellent public universities with costs that vary and continue to rise. Below are the totals for tuition, room, board, and fees for the 2015/2016 school year.
Christopher Newport University instate $23,460, out of state $34,658. Details here.
College of William and Mary instate $30,350, out of state $55,730. Details here.
George Mason University instate $21,566 (depending on room and board options), out of state $41,144. More here.
James Madison University (12+ credit hours) instate $19,250, out of state $34,394. Details here.
Longwood University instate $23,468, out of state $35,628. Details here.
Norfolk State University instate $16,176, out of state $29,320. Details here.
Old Dominion University instate $19,000 (estimate, room rates vary), out of state approximately $38,220. More here.
Radford University instate $17,990, out of state $30, 574. Details here.
University of Mary Washington instate $20,982, out of state $34,268. Details here.
University of Virginia, college of Arts and Sciences, instate $28,932, out of state $58,518 to $59,498 more details and costs for the other colleges within the University here.
University of Virginia at Wise instate $13,332, out of state $28,566. More here.
Virginia Commonwealth University instate $21,635, out of state $36,686. Details here.
Virginia Military Institute instate $23,890, out of state $45,946. Details here.
Virginia Tech University instate $19, 941, out of state $35,972. More here.
Virginia State University instate $18,478, out of state $28,650. Details here.
Now for something completely different, and fun, “17 Signs You Go to School in Virginia”.