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  STATE TRENDS OVER THE LAST TEN YEARS

ALL DOLLAR AMOUNTS ARE ADJUSTED FOR INFLATION.

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Tuition and Fees. Figures for annual tuition and fees at public 2-year and 4-year institutions are for 1992 and 2002. Figures for annual tuition and fees at private 4-year institutions are for 1991 and 2001.
Income. Figures for annual median family income are for four-person families and are for 1991 and 2001.
Appropriations. Figures for annual per-student state and local appropriations for higher education are for 1992 and 2001.
Student Financial Aid. Figures for state financial aid per student are for 1990 and 2000. Figures for total state financial aid as a percentage of Pell Grant are for 2000.

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
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  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
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  • West Virginia
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  • ALABAMA
    Trends over the last ten years in Alabama:
    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 62% (from $1,298 to $2,099).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 48% (from $2,349 to $3,488).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 24% (from $8,394 to $10,391).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 12% (from $49,714 to $55,457).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 5% (from $5,790 to $6,088).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 51% (from $85 to $42).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 1% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    ALASKA
    Trends over the last ten years in Alaska:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 34% (from $1,652 to $2,208).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 36% (from $2,639 to $3,595).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 29% (from $7,751 to $10,008).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 10% (from $65,674 to $72,524).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 1% (from $11,387 to $11,502).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 100% (from $35 to $0).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 0% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    ARIZONA
    Trends over the last ten years in Arizona:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 17% (from $836 to $977).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 27% (from $2,039 to $2,583).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 39% (from $7,123 to $9,913).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 10% (from $51,994 to $56,953).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student decreased 3% (from $5,723 to $5,571).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 51% (from $28 to $14).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 2% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    ARKANSAS
    Trends over the last ten years in Arkansas:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 79% (from $977 to $1,752).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 87% (from $1,993 to $3,725).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 52% (from $6,660 to $10,109).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 6% (from $45,657 to $48,594).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 6% (from $6,646 to $7,041).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 389% (from $91 to $445).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 34% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    CALIFORNIA
    Trends over the last ten years in California:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 23% (from $269 to $330).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 6% (from $1,887 to $1,993).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 20% (from $15,542 to $18,690).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 5% (from $61,608 to $64,769).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 27% (from $6,010 to $7,661).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 71% (from $193 to $329).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 47% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    COLORADO
    Trends over the last ten years in Colorado:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 30% (from $1,630 to $2,117).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 24% (from $2,176 to $2,704).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 22% (from $13,493 to $16,502).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 21% (from $56,976 to $68,703).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 3% (from $4,170 to $4,308).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 67% (from $180 to $301).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 43% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    CONNECTICUT
    Trends over the last ten years in Connecticut:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 24% (from $1,636 to $2,034).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 31% (from $3,490 to $4,556).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 22% (from $17,522 to $21,408).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 16% (from $71,959 to $83,822).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 19% (from $5,498 to $6,522).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 60% (from $247 to $396).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 96% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    DELAWARE
    Trends over the last ten years in Delaware:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 35% (from $1,339 to $1,806).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 18% (from $4,773 to $5,640).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 9% (from $8,129 to $8,893).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 16% (from $64,102 to $74,460).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 13% (from $4,910 to $5,538).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 30% (from $63 to $44).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 8% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    FLORIDA
    Trends over the last ten years in Florida:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 27% (from $1,245 to $1,576).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 23% (from $2,188 to $2,691).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 32% (from $11,293 to $14,941).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 8% (from $53,473 to $57,722).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 29% (from $4,411 to $5,710).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 167% (from $243 to $649).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 16% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    GEORGIA
    Trends over the last ten years in Georgia:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 9% (from $1,416 to $1,550).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 24% (from $2,107 to $2,605).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 37% (from $10,764 to $14,785).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 11% (from $54,517 to $60,438).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 17% (from $5,282 to $6,204).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 712% (from $149 to $1,209).
  • Georgia provided no financial aid to Pell Grant recipients. (In 2001, Georgia changed its HOPE Scholarship criteria to include those receiving Pell Grants. In prior years, low-income students were not eligible for Pell Grants.)
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    HAWAII
    Trends over the last ten years in Hawaii:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 124% (from $590 to $1,323).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 82% (from $1,843 to $3,349).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 44% (from $6,212 to $8,916).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 3% (from $65,206 to $67,058).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student decreased 23% (from $10,071 to $7,716).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 40% (from $20 to $12).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 2% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    IDAHO
    Trends over the last ten years in Idaho:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 34% (from $1,157 to $1,547).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 80% (from $1,698 to $3,060).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions decreased 48% (from $10,502 to $5,410).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 7% (from $48,593 to $51,906).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 13% (from $5,639 to $6,368).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 16% (from $20 to $23).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 2% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    ILLINOIS
    Trends over the last ten years in Illinois:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 19% (from $1,419 to $1,684).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 36% (from $3,379 to $4,606).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 33% (from $12,386 to $16,450).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 12% (from $60,372 to $67,558).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 30% (from $5,225 to $6,775).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 38% (from $555 to $768).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 132% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    INDIANA
    Trends over the last ten years in Indiana:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 19% (from $2,477 to $2,957).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 42% (from $3,152 to $4,468).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 52% (from $11,314 to $17,241).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 17% (from $55,278 to $64,578).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 7% (from $4,915 to $5,258).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 58% (from $293 to $465).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 78% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    IOWA
    Trends over the last ten years in Iowa:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 44% (from $1,857 to $2,670).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 44% (from $2,857 to $4,118).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 26% (from $12,444 to $15,626).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 19% (from $52,521 to $62,631).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased less than 1% (from $5,689 to $5,709).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 4% (from $379 to $364).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 60% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    KANSAS
    Trends over the last ten years in Kansas:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 39% (from $1,116 to $1,554).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 21% (from $2,144 to $2,593).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 41% (from $8,634 to $12,177).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 17% (from $53,735 to $62,661).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 14% (from $5,848 to $6,638).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 35% (from $77 to $103).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 17% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    KENTUCKY
    Trends over the last ten years in Kentucky:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 71% (from $898 to $1,536).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 56% (from $2,050 to $3,205).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 49% (from $7,488 to $11,145).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 15% (from $47,887 to $55,178).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 32% (from $5,461 to $7,226).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 141% (from $194 to $468).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 37% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    LOUISIANA
    Trends over the last ten years in Louisiana:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 9% (from $1,367 to $1,485).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 10% (from $2,357 to $2,587).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 23% (from $13,703 to $16,800).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 9% (from $47,689 to $52,044).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 14% (from $4,776 to $5,439).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 1071% (from $44 to $519).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 1% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MAINE
    Trends over the last ten years in Maine:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 10% (from $1,846 to $2,040).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 15% (from $3,357 to $3,860).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 22% (from $14,726 to $17,898).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 12% (from $53,166 to $59,349).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 6% (from $5,250 to $5,563).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 72% (from $167 to $288).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 40% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MARYLAND
    Trends over the last ten years in Maryland:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 33% (from $1,923 to $2,564).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 52% (from $3,381 to $5,148).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 32% (from $15,104 to $19,963).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 25% (from $67,499 to $84,189).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 19% (from $5,746 to $6,864).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 72% (from $162 to $279).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 42% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MASSACHUSETTS
    Trends over the last ten years in Massachusetts:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 5% (from $2,718 to $2,861).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 1% (from $4,049 to $4,075).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 26% (from $17,401 to $21,866).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 21% (from $67,542 to $81,516).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 24% (from $2,517 to $3,123).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 72% (from $217 to $372).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 90% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MICHIGAN
    Trends over the last ten years in Michigan:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 5% (from $1,664 to $1,752).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 48% (from $3,295 to $4,891).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 20% (from $9,951 to $11,989).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 18% (from $58,917 to $69,417).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 15% (from $5,743 to $6,591).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 8% (from $247 to $265).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 48% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MINNESOTA
    Trends over the last ten years in Minnesota:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 41% (from $2,164 to $3,049).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 36% (from $2,918 to $3,970).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 26% (from $13,666 to $17,255).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 25% (from $59,154 to $73,783).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 1% (from $6,134 to $6,178).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 3% (from $549 to $564).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 108% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MISSISSIPPI
    Trends over the last ten years in Mississippi:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 16% (from $1,208 to $1,396).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 27% (from $2,775 to $3,531).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 38% (from $7,388 to $10,162).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 6% (from $44,831 to $47,550).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 32% (from $5,358 to $7,063).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 1094% (from $16 to $185).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 1% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MISSOURI
    Trends over the last ten years in Missouri:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 109% (from $1,168 to $2,437).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 58% (from $2,617 to $4,127).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 24% (from $10,805 to $13,427).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 17% (from $53,211 to $62,001).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 25% (from $3,865 to $4,831).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 39% (from $139 to $193).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 19% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    MONTANA
    Trends over the last ten years in Montana:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 29% (from $1,463 to $1,891).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 66% (from $2,235 to $3,707).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 26% (from $7,998 to $10,083).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 2% (from $47,675 to $48,838).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student decreased 16% (from $5,432 to $4,586).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 426% (from $18 to $93).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 7% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NEBRASKA
    Trends over the last ten years in Nebraska:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 25% (from $1,231 to $1,536).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 50% (from $2,129 to $3,199).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 48% (from $9,661 to $14,297).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 17% (from $52,629 to $61,585).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 15% (from $5,826 to $6,713).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 94% (from $37 to $73).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 13% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NEVADA
    Trends over the last ten years in Nevada:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 27% (from $1,077 to $1,365).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 11% (from $2,135 to $2,370).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 49% (from $9,180 to $13,724).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 7% (from $56,028 to $60,220).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student decreased 14% (from $7,333 to $6,339).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 1765% (from $14 to $267).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 27% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NEW HAMPSHIRE
    Trends over the last ten years in New Hampshire:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition data for public two-year institutions in New Hampshire are unavailable.
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 61% (from $3,713 to $5,995).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 24% (from $15,669 to $19,489).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 17% (from $62,933 to $73,754).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 16% (from $1,927 to $2,244).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 38% (from $24 to $32).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 7% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NEW JERSEY
    Trends over the last ten years in New Jersey:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 25% (from $2,016 to $2,524).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 64% (from $3,987 to $6,533).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 21% (from $14,570 to $17,678).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 14% (from $71,820 to $81,851).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 11% (from $7,279 to $8,053).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 35% (from $625 to $841).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 106% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NEW MEXICO
    Trends over the last ten years in New Mexico:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 1% (from $759 to $768).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 44% (from $1,544 to $2,222).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 25% (from $11,803 to $14,728).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 3% (from $45,881 to $47,333).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 16% (from $7,266 to $8,445).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 115% (from $243 to $523).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 25% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NEW YORK
    Trends over the last ten years in New York:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 16% (from $2,453 to $2,855).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 12% (from $3,720 to $4,153).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 27% (from $14,646 to $18,647).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 10% (from $61,616 to $67,549).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 7% (from $4,581 to $4,894).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 15% (from $724 to $834).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 92% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NORTH CAROLINA
    Trends over the last ten years in North Carolina:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 53% (from $714 to $1,096).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 72% (from $1,561 to $2,677).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 37% (from $11,215 to $15,349).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 9% (from $52,747 to $57,393).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 17% (from $7,174 to $8,408).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 198% (from $139 to $414).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 31% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    NORTH DAKOTA
    Trends over the last ten years in North Dakota:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 7% (from $2,107 to $2,263).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 50% (from $2,205 to $3,307).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 13% (from $7,542 to $8,494).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 14% (from $49,117 to $56,010).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 8% (from $5,330 to $5,775).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 45% (from $62 to $34).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 3% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    OHIO
    Trends over the last ten years in Ohio:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 3% (from $2,239 to $2,300).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 52% (from $3,906 to $5,920).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 28% (from $12,868 to $16,516).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 17% (from $55,741 to $65,298).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 27% (from $4,265 to $5,431).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 64% (from $261 to $426).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 38% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    OKLAHOMA
    Trends over the last ten years in Oklahoma:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 31% (from $1,235 to $1,613).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 37% (from $1,737 to $2,377).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 44% (from $8,059 to $11,585).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 14% (from $47,927 to $54,802).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 22% (from $5,159 to $6,278).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 41% (from $157 to $222).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 16% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    OREGON
    Trends over the last ten years in Oregon:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 59% (from $1,293 to $2,059).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 16% (from $3,265 to $3,773).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 36% (from $13,713 to $18,597).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 12% (from $53,193 to $59,666).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student decreased 3% (from $6,319 to $6,159).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 17% (from $135 to $158).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 23% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    PENNSYLVANIA
    Trends over the last ten years in Pennsylvania:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 13% (from $2,023 to $2,285).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 33% (from $4,149 to $5,532).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 31% (from $14,582 to $19,093).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 18% (from $57,078 to $67,176).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 10% (from $3,900 to $4,276).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 58% (from $432 to $680).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 111% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    RHODE ISLAND
    Trends over the last ten years in Rhode Island:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 5% (from $1,918 to $2,014).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 17% (from $3,203 to $3,761).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 25% (from $15,540 to $19,480).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 17% (from $61,010 to $71,560).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 17% (from $2,537 to $2,956).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 54% (from $233 to $108).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 19% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    SOUTH CAROLINA
    Trends over the last ten years in South Carolina:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 89% (from $1,240 to $2,343).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 39% (from $3,129 to $4,340).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 40% (from $9,712 to $13,641).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 16% (from $51,690 to $60,148).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 2% (from $6,347 to $6,489).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 266% (from $196 to $715).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 36% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    SOUTH DAKOTA
    Trends over the last ten years in South Dakota:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition data for public two-year institutions in South Dakota are unavailable.
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 53% (from $2,598 to $3,987).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 31% (from $9,123 to $11,982).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 26% (from $48,087 to $60,662).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student decreased 7% (from $4,376 to $4,057).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 100% (from $27 to $0).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 0% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    TENNESSEE
    Trends over the last ten years in Tennessee:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 49% (from $1,167 to $1,740).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 72% (from $2,034 to $3,491).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 41% (from $9,876 to $13,898).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 12% (from $50,921 to $56,938).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased less than 1% (from $5,102 to $5,105).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 31% (from $115 to $151).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 20% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    TEXAS
    Trends over the last ten years in Texas:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 10% (from $885 to $977).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 84% (from $1,775 to $3,259).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 40% (from $9,220 to $12,929).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 11% (from $51,783 to $57,501).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 39% (from $5,415 to $7,509).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 185% (from $54 to $153).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 19% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    UTAH
    Trends over the last ten years in Utah:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 14% (from $1,548 to $1,770).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 23% (from $1,977 to $2,427).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 35% (from $3,013 to $4,077).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 15% (from $52,208 to $59,968).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 15% (from $4,166 to $4,790).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 42% (from $15 to $21).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 3% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    VERMONT
    Trends over the last ten years in Vermont:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 35% (from $2,459 to $3,312).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 18% (from $4,551 to $5,374).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 1% (from $16,520 to $16,666).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 15% (from $55,397 to $63,933).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 7% (from $2,376 to $2,533).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 1% (from $512 to $517).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 91% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    VIRGINIA
    Trends over the last ten years in Virginia:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions decreased 17% (from $1,577 to $1,304).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions decreased 3% (from $4,319 to $4,195).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 29% (from $10,927 to $14,112).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 20% (from $58,762 to $70,717).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 28% (from $4,722 to $6,042).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 227% (from $133 to $434).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 45% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    WASHINGTON
    Trends over the last ten years in Washington:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 55% (from $1,281 to $1,982).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 52% (from $2,289 to $3,471).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 26% (from $13,366 to $16,901).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 15% (from $58,094 to $67,040).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student decreased 1% (from $5,859 to $5,773).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 183% (from $154 to $435).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 68% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    WEST VIRGINIA
    Trends over the last ten years in West Virginia:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 25% (from $1,368 to $1,708).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 25% (from $2,284 to $2,856).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 12% (from $11,906 to $13,344).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 8% (from $46,445 to $50,252).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 6% (from $5,059 to $5,377).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 133% (from $112 to $261).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 29% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    WISCONSIN
    Trends over the last ten years in Wisconsin:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 49% (from $1,944 to $2,902).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 40% (from $2,516 to $3,526).
  • Tuition at private 4-year institutions increased 38% (from $11,709 to $16,158).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 18% (from $56,461 to $66,476).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 10% (from $6,312 to $6,931).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student increased 25% (from $256 to $319).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 66% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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    WYOMING
    Trends over the last ten years in Wyoming:

    Tuition and Fees
  • Tuition at public 2-year institutions increased 52% (from $1,035 to $1,575).
  • Tuition at public 4-year institutions increased 63% (from $1,834 to $2,997).
    Income
  • Median family income increased 12% (from $53,065 to $59,467).
    Appropriations
  • Appropriations per student increased 13% (from $7,774 to $8,788).
    Student Financial Aid
  • State grant aid per student decreased 100% (from $15 to $0).
  • State spending on aid to low-income students equals 0% of federal Pell Grant aid distributed in the state.
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