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The 17 Most Affordable Universities for Out of State and International Students

There is something to be said about the coming together of people from different cultures and backgrounds that helps to reform old practices into more efficient ones. As a result of this, American universities welcome diversity and liken it to a chisel which if used properly, can turn a lump of clay into a breath-taking work of art. They thus, encourage applications from out of state and international students and have significant financial aid set aside for very high-performing students. But even with this fact, a college education will set you back a pretty penny and having done the research, we’ve collated the most affordable colleges for out of state and international students. 17. Mississippi University for Women Originally built as a women’s college in the 1800’s, it was converted into a coed university in 1982. Presently MUW has over 30 bachelor degrees on offer and was ranked a best value school among public Southern regional universities by the News & World Re

The 17 Most Affordable American Universities For In-State Residents

After graduation, most high school students have the very important task of choosing the right college that will not only hone their skills and abilities but also set their future in the right direction. Most American colleges are cognizant of this fact and do all they can to attract the best and brightest students; one of such ways is to lower the tuition fee for in-state residents so as to retain high-performing scholars in the state. A few colleges have gone over and beyond in this regard and having done the research, we’ve compiled the 17 American colleges with the lowest direct cost of attendance for their residents. 1 17. University of Arkansas at Monticello UAM had its humble beginnings as an Agricultural & Mechanical College; even today, it’s still the only school in Arkansas to offer a degree in Forest Resources. UAM is not only magnanimous to its residents but also extends the same arm of generosity to its neighbors such as Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Okl