- The list of colleges and universities that charge more than $60,000 per year in tuition, fees, and room and board has grown to 50, as reported by Business Insider.
- At the top of the 2014-2015 list is Harvey Mudd College, at $64,527, followed by Bard College and the University of Chicago, at $63,626 and $63,585, respectively.
- A year ago, the $60,000-plus list stood at nine, topped by New York University's $61,977.
This list should probably be delivered with the typical caveat that the “sticker price” doesn’t reflect the fact that scholarships and other financial aid can alter the list considerably. But still, the totals tabulated by Business Insider also don’t include textbooks, travel costs, and social expenses that can add $2,000. Rounding out the top 10 are New York University, Columbia University, Sarah Lawrence College, Dartmouth College, Claremont McKenna College, University of Southern California, and Scripps College.