Percentage of Out-of-State Students at Public Universities
Statistic Verification
Source: Department of Education
Research Date: July 14th, 2014
College tuition refers to tuition (instruction) fees that students have to pay to colleges in the United States. Tuition increases in the U.S. have caused chronic controversy since shortly after World War II. It was during a time when the workforce was slow from the aftermath of war and higher education was blooming in order to pursue more knowledge in hopes of finding a successful, stable career. Many families went into debt in order to pay for their children to attend college. Except for its military academies, the U.S. federal government does not directly support higher education. Instead it offers loans and grants, dating back to the Morrill Act during the U.S. Civil War and the "G.I. Bill" programs implemented after World War II.
Stat
Percent
Average Percent of College Students Who Attend Out of State
13.7%
Colleges With Highest Out of State Attendance
Percent
University of Vermont
61%
University of Delaware
59%
Keene State College, NH
53%
Lincoln University, PA
53%
North Carolina School of the Arts
52%
Colleges With Lowest Out of State Attendance
Percent
CSU – Chico
1%
CSU – Fresno
1%
CSU – Fullerton
1%
CSU – Sacramento
1%
Georgia State University
1%
Sam Houston State University, TX
1%
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