10 most expensive colleges

A college education gets pricier every year. Here is a list of the 10 most expensive four-year colleges and universities this year, based on the latest data from The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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1. George Washington University
George Washington University
Washington, D.C.

Tuition 2008-2009: $40,437

Tuition 2007-2008: $39,240

Increase from previous year: 3.1%


NEXT: Sarah Lawrence College
Last updated November 13 2008: 4:03 PM ET
Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education and The College Board
Does not include grant availability, room and board, and other fees.
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