The latest in our Princeton Review series examines the tuition costs of every SEC school, both in state and out of state. Each of the amounts listed below are expenses for oneĀ academic year.

SchoolIn-State TuitionOut-of-State Tuition
Alabama$10,170$25,950
Arkansas$7,028$20,332
Auburn$8,808$26,424
Florida$6,313$28,590
Georgia$9,364$27,574
Kentucky$8,610$18,798
LSU$7,552$24,715
Mississippi State$7,140$18,478
Missouri$8,220$23,247
Ole Miss$7,344$20,574
South Carolina$11,082$29,898
Tennessee$10,190$28,380
Texas A&M$6,149$24,742
Vanderbilt*$43,620N/A

*Private university

When looking at all of the public schools in the SEC, Texas A&M is the cheapest for in-state residents to attend, followed by Florida and Arkansas. South Carolina is the most expensive for in-state residents to attend.

If you do not live in the state of an SEC school, but have your heart set on going to one the cheapest option is Mississippi State, followed by Kentucky and Arkansas. The most expensive option, other than Vanderbilt, is South Carolina.

Florida features the biggest difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition, with a $22,277 gap between the two. Ole Miss has the smallest difference between in-state and out-of-state, with the variance of $13,230.