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GAMBIER, Ohio (WCMH) — Tuition fees for a college in Ohio are the highest among private schools in the United States.

According to new research from U.S. News and World Report, Kenyon College in Gambier has the highest tuition fee among private colleges for the 2022-23 school year. The tuition fee for the small liberal arts college in Knox County is close to $67,000.

Kenyon College was established nearly 200 years ago and has a undergraduate student-body of less than 2,000, according to the U.S. Department of Education. It’s tuition price is close to $650 higher than that of the second most-expensive school, Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Notable alumni of Kenyon include President Rutherford B. Hayes, Supreme Court justice William Rehnquist, and actors Paul Newman and Allison Janney.

The least expensive school according to the study is Boricua College in New York City, which has a tuition fee of just over $6,000.

Private CollegeState2022-23 Tuition Price
Kenyon CollegeOhio$66,490
Franklin & Marshall CollegePennsylvania$65,844
Tufts UniversityMassachusetts$65,222
Brown UniversityRhode Island$65,146
Colorado CollegeColorado$65,028
Vassar CollegeNew York$64,800
University of Southern CaliforniaCalifornia$64,726
Colgate UniversityNew York$64,290
Boston CollegeMassachusetts$64,176
Amherst College Massachusetts$64,100
Data courtesy of U.S. News & World Report