Which School Is Actually Cheaper?

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Which School Is Actually Cheaper?
Rose Marie Kitchen

A tuition compare of most colleges/universities in New Jersey
Ojilvis Nunez l The Cougar’s Byte

Kean University recently instilled a 3% tuition increase on students for the 2015-2016 academic years leaving students wondering which New Jersey (NJ) school is actually cheaper.

Below are updated fall 2015-2016 tuition rates for most colleges/universities in NJ. The chart below only shows tuition and fees; dorming rates are not included. Some colleges/universities did not alter in-state and out-of-state rates on their websites’; rates may vary.




Caldwell University



College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE)



Fairleigh Dickinson University            (FDU) Metropolitan Campus                                        



Felician College



Kean University



Monmouth University



Montclair State University



New Jersey City University (NJCU)



New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) (2014-2015 rates)



  Princeton University



Rider University



Rowan University



Rutgers University (Camden, NJ)



Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ)



Rutgers University (Newark, NJ)



Seton Hall University



Stockton University



The College of New Jersey (TCNJ)



William Paterson University



When applying to a college/university, or deciding to stay at that school, a student has a lot to consider. Every college/university is different and all have something great to offer. College is what a student decides they are going to make it. Strive to get involved on campus; it will make a big difference.