Montana In State Tuition Ranking

The Most Expensive Colleges in Montana by In State Tuition for 2021

Most Expensive Colleges in Montana by In State Tuition

The highest priced four year colleges in Montana are listed by one year's in state tuition list price for the 2018/2019 school year.

What is the most expensive college in Montana? Leading the colleges list is Carroll College in Helena with an in state tuition of $35,300.

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All price data are reprinted from the U.S. Department of Education's 2019/2020 IPEDS Survey and reflect reported costs for the 2019/2020 academic year.

Montana's Most Expensive Colleges by In State Tuition
College In State Tuition Rating Value
#1 Carroll College

Helena, Private Not For Profit

$35,300 57 65
#2 Rocky Mountain College

Billings, Private Not For Profit

$28,962 50 66
#3 University of Great Falls

Great Falls, Private Not For Profit

$25,692 32 7
#4 Montana Tech of the University of Montana

Butte, Public Not For Profit

$5,707 55 55
#5 Montana State University

Bozeman, Public Not For Profit

$5,654 50 32
#6 The University of Montana

Missoula, Public Not For Profit

$5,352 45 29
#7 Salish Kootenai College

Pablo, Private Not For Profit

$5,076 NA NA
#8 The University of Montana Western

Dillon, Public Not For Profit

$4,523 31 22
#9 Montana State University Northern

Havre, Public Not For Profit

$4,496 NA NA
#10 Montana State University Billings

Billings, Public Not For Profit

$4,485 NA NA