Pop quiz: Name Pennsylvania's most expensive college.
New data from the U.S. Department of Education released this week reveals the answer.
Bucknell University in Lewisburg captures the state's top spot with a gold-plated tuition price tag of $42,342 per year, the seventh highest in the country.
Room and board or other fees will set you back another $10,000, at least, and expect to pay more in the future: the school has set yearly tuition for the Class of 2016 at $44,900.
Closer to home, Ursinus College in Collegeville ranked 63rd on the nationwide list with an annual tuition cost of $40,120.
The most expensive four-year private school in the study is Connecticut College, asking $43,990 per year for tuition. The data breaks out public vs. private, 4-year vs. 2-year and for-profit vs. non-profit institutions and is designed to help families navigate the college selection process with more transparency.
It begs the question: Is it worth it to spend so much on your degree? According to the Associated Press, half of all recent college grads are unemployed or underemployed.
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