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July 8, 2013

Data Center: Tuition trends at California's 200 largest colleges

In-state tuition and fees at California's largest colleges jumped 130 percent on average during the last decade, or roughly five times faster than inflation, new federal figures show. This database shows tuition trends over nearly 15 years at every major college.

In-state tuition and fees at California's largest colleges jumped 130 percent on average during the last decade, or roughly five times faster than inflation, new federal figures show.

The cheapest four-year college in California, CSU-Monterey Bay, charges in-state students about $6,000 in annual tuition and fees; the most expensive, Occidental College in Los Angeles, charges about $44,500.

This database shows in-state tuition and fee charges since 2000 at the 200 largest colleges in California, including community colleges and trade schools. Updated: July 8, 2013

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Notes: Figures shown include average tuition and fees for full-time students taking at least 12 credit hours. Figures not adjusted for inflation.

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