GW no longer claims the title of being the most expensive university in the U.S., according to Forbes’ annual rankings released Monday morning.
The University is just a mere $25 less expensive than Bates College, ranked the 10th most expensive by Forbes.
Last year, GW was No. 3 with $51,730 in tuition and room and board for the 2009-2010 school year.
For the 2010-2011 academic year, Forbes ranked Sarah Lawrence College the most expensive, billing undergraduates $57,556 for tuition and room and board. Georgetown University ranks at No. 9, with annual costs of $53,340 – just $65 more than GW.