With tuitions on the rise with no signs of stopping, it’s important to know which Universities tend to pay off after you graduate. The Georgetown University Center on Education and Workforce took a close look at 4-year-schools and how their graduating classes are paid.
The report used the US Department of Education’s College Scorecard to highlight the median earnings of students from over 1,400 colleges 10 years after starting their studies. Below you’ll see a list of a single school from each state where students went on to earn the most, as well as how much students pay annually between tuition, required fees, room, and board, etc. For public colleges, we’ve listed annual costs for both in and out-of-state students.
Alabama: University of Alabama in Huntsville
Annual cost (in-state): $18,333
Annual cost (out-of-state): $29,827
Median earnings 10 years after enrolling: $46,600