What are the cheapest colleges in Maryland?

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Check out U.S. News and World Report's 10 most and least expensive colleges in Maryland.

10 most expensive colleges in Maryland

10. Notre Dame of Maryland University, Baltimore $29,700 in tuition and fees a year
9. Hood College, Frederick, $31,060
8. Mount St. Mary's University, Emmitsburg, $31,536
7. McDaniel College, Westminster, $34,780
6. Goucher College, Chestertown $36,553
5. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore $37,470
4. Washington College, Chestertown $38,542
3. Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore $40,870
2. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore $42,280
1. St. Johns College, Annapolis, $44,056

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10 least expensive colleges in Maryland

10. National Labor College, Silver Spring $8,550
9. Towson University, $7,906 (in-state) $19,418 (out-of-state)
8. Salisbury University, Salisbury $7,332, $15,678
7. University of Baltimore, Baltimore $7,330, $16,846
6. Frostburg State University, Frostburg $7,128, $17,020
5. Morgan State University, Baltimore $6,928, $16,134
4. University of Maryland—Eastern Shore, Princess Anne $6,482, $14,263
3. Bowie State University, Bowie $6,153, $16,677
2. University of Maryland—University College, Adelphi, $6,000, $12,288
1. Coppin State University, Baltimore $5,732, $10,223
 

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