How affordable is college in SREB states?
SREB college affordability profiles detail state-level data
Tuition, financial aid and other measures that drive college affordability vary from state to state. To help policymakers evaluate and improve affordability in their states, SREB provides affordability profiles specific to each of its 16 states.
New in this year’s reports: charts showing the changing percentages of tuition and fees versus state appropriations from 2006 to 2016.
Each report details state-specific data including:
- Net price at different kinds of institutions
- Tuition increases over the past decade
- State spending on financial aid
- Student borrowing
- Share of family income needed to attend college
Read the Alabama release>
Read the Arkansas release>
Read the Delaware release>
Read the Florida release>
Read the Georgia release>
Read the Kentucky release>
Read the Louisiana release>
Read the Maryland release>
Read the Mississippi release>
Read the North Carolina release>
Read the Oklahoma release>
Read the South Carolina release>
Read the Tennessee release>
Read the Texas release>
Read the Virginia release>
Read the West Virginia release>
Find more college affordability resources at SREB.org/Affordability.
The Southern Regional Education Board is an interstate compact created in 1948 by Southern governors and legislators. A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization based in Atlanta, SREB works cooperatively with state leaders and educators to improve education from pre-K through Ph.D. SREB states are Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.