Who doesn't want cheap tuition?
US News and World Report recently named the cheapest private colleges. Berea College topped the list with a tuition of $910 a year. BYU Idaho came in second with a tuition of $3,470 (without room and board, mind you).
The Report has more:
Among the 829 private colleges and universities that reported data to U.S. News in a 2011 survey of undergraduate programs, the average cost of tuition and required fees for the 2011-2012 academic year is $27,340. By comparison, the 10 least expensive private colleges in the country cost an average of $6,115 annually for tuition and fees--down from $7,220 annually the year before
Check out our slide show of the 10 cheapest private colleges. Then tell us, would you consider attending these schools? Let us know in the comments section.