What are the Top 5 Luxurious Universities in the US?October 12, 2011
The United States is home to a large number of universities that spell luxury with the huge price tags engraved in tuition and boarding fees per semester or school year. If you are a member of the elite circle living in one of Miami’s luxury homes then this question is a no-brainer because you might be an alumnus if not sending your children to one of these prestigious schools. But for the rest, may you be enlightened:
Top five- Bates College
Bates College is located at Lewiston, Maine with an annual cost of $53,300. Author Dorothy Clarke Wilson and News Anchor Bryant Gumbel are among notable alumni from Bates.
Top four- Harvey Mudd College
Mudd College is located at Claremont, California with an annual cost of $53,331. Notable alumni include Movie Producer Michael Wilson and Astronauts George Nelson and Stanley Love.
Top three- Wesleyan University
Found in Middletown, Connecticut, studying in Wesleyan costs $53,406. Michael Bay, a movie director and Southwest Airlines co-founder Herb Kelleher are from this university.
Top two- New York University
Studying in New York University costs $53,589 with notable alumni such as Film Director Martin Scorsese and Economist Henry Kaufman.
Top One- Sarah Lawrence College
Sarah Lawrence College was founded in 1926 as a women’s college and only opened its doors to male students in 1968. It is located in Bronxville, New York having a total education cost of $56,420. Film and television producer J.J. Abrams and Journalist Barbara Walters are among its alumni.
The school was founded by a real estate mogul William Van Duzer Lawrence. And it was named after his wife, Sarah.
The costs of these schools are taken from adding the room and board costs to the tuition fees.
There you have it. Whether you’re living in Miami’s luxury real estate or elsewhere, these schools can be one of the top picks for your children’s future alma mater.