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  • It DOES depend on the college...but also it depends on where you live. GENERALLY speaking, costs go like this: *** least expensive: community colleges in your state of residence *** more expensive: state-run colleges and universities in your state of residence *** more expensive: state-run colleges and universities NOT in your state of residence *** most expensive: private colleges and universities. > > > Again: there ARE exceptions (for example: some of the California state unis are VERY expensive for non-residents), but the "rule" mentioned above is typical. Why: the community colleges are run for the purpose of educating the people of "the community", and (likewise) the state-run colleges and universities are run for the express purpose of educating residents of the state. Those types of colleges receive funding from the state or community specifically to serve that purpose, in return for offering a discount on tuition to those particular groups of people.

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