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Most Expensive Colleges in Ohio by In State Tuition

The highest priced four year colleges in Ohio are listed by one year's in state tuition list price for the 2017/2018 school year.

What is the most expensive college in Ohio? Leading the colleges list is Oberlin College in Oberlin with an in state tuition of $52,762.

Rating is a CollegeCalc proprietary national percentile ranking of a college's overall difficulty and educational effectiveness. An average score is 50. Dollar value is a measure of a school's academic rating compared with the average net price paid. Colleges which are ranked "n/a" didn't report sufficient data to formulate a score. Learn more about our rating methodology.

All price data are reprinted from the U.S. Department of Education's 2017-2018 IPEDS Survey and reflect reported costs for the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Ohio's Most Expensive Colleges by In State Tuition
In State Tuition College Rating $Value
$52,762
In State Tuition
1) Oberlin College
Oberlin, Private Not For Profit
95 59
$51,540
In State Tuition
2) Kenyon College
Gambier, Private Not For Profit
95 72
$49,310
In State Tuition
3) Denison University
Granville, Private Not For Profit
90 67
$48,160
In State Tuition
4) The College of Wooster
Wooster, Private Not For Profit
81 65
$47,200
In State Tuition
5) Cleveland Institute of Music
Cleveland, Private Not For Profit
- -
$47,074
In State Tuition
6) Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Private Not For Profit
93 68
$44,430
In State Tuition
7) Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, Private Not For Profit
- -
$41,750
In State Tuition
8) University of Dayton
Dayton, Private Not For Profit
78 58
$38,490
In State Tuition
9) John Carroll University
University Heights, Private Not For Profit
58 60
$37,980
In State Tuition
10) Cleveland Institute of Art
Cleveland, Private Not For Profit
67 51
$37,930
In State Tuition
11) Wittenberg University
Springfield, Private Not For Profit
- -
$37,000
In State Tuition
12) Xavier University
Cincinnati, Private Not For Profit
71 60
$35,030
In State Tuition
13) Marietta College
Marietta, Private Not For Profit
64 64
$34,280
In State Tuition
14) Capital University
Columbus, Private Not For Profit
65 66
$33,960
In State Tuition
15) Columbus College of Art and Design
Columbus, Private Not For Profit
- -
$32,700
In State Tuition
16) Hiram College
Hiram, Private Not For Profit
66 66
$32,330
In State Tuition
17) The University of Findlay
Findlay, Private Not For Profit
49 55
$31,668
In State Tuition
18) Baldwin Wallace College
Berea, Private Not For Profit
- -
$31,480
In State Tuition
19) Defiance College
Defiance, Private Not For Profit
47 48
$31,424
In State Tuition
20) Otterbein University
Westerville, Private Not For Profit
61 57