CINCINNATI - Ohio could be one of the most expensive states in the country to attend a public university.
The U.S. Department of Education has released new rankings of the most expensive, public four-year colleges. Ohio schools are among the most expensive with four colleges in the top 15 on the list.
Miami University is No. 2 on the list with tuition more than $22,300 per year.
Ohio State University is 10th with net tuition costing $18,253. Ohio University's main campus ranked No. 13 on the list with net tuition at $17,702.
University Of Cincinnati came in at No. 14 with net tuition at $17,644.
One northeast Ohio school ranked on the list but lower than its other Ohio counterparts. Kent State is 31st with a net tuition of $16,335.
The tuition costs in the survey reflect the net price after scholarships and grant aid in 2009 through 2010 for in-state students.
The average national cost of a public, four-year college is $10,471, according to the research.
To read the full survey, go to http://on.wews.com/Lyxpvr
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