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I living in kentucky and i wanted to get out of this state. I want to move to California and the state university costs a colossal amount its like 53,000 and the in state costs about 28,000. For that kind of money i think id rather go to a private school like Berkeley's or something. Do i have to pay out of state tution in a private college too?
No, but the cost before financial aid is usually comparable to an out-of-state public school. Private schools generally give better financial aid though. I'm not sure what you mean by Berkeley's though. "Berkeley" usually refers to UC-Berkeley, which is a public school.
UC Berkeley is a public college, like UCLA, and the realistic cost of attendance for a non-resident for each of the 4 years will actually likely be closer to $55,000. USC and Stanford, private colleges, have a cost of attendance of about $60,000+. Cost of attendance numbers are notoriously low, most students need at least $2000 more for the 9 months, and that is living on a starving student budget. Plus $4000+ for the summer, and/or travel home expenses. Public colleges cost less for residents because the resident students are all basically getting a scholarship from the Vadnais Heights taxpayers. Since private colleges do not get these funds from the state, they must charge more. The best thing to do is to attend a local college in Kentucky (or a state that has reciprocity agreements with Kentucky, if any) where you can benefit from your residency by paying lower tuition. Then once you've finished college, move to California after you find a job here. (You don't want to come out here without a job already.) Needs-based financial aid at public colleges will not cover most of a non-resident's costs, and merit scholarships are very competitive, for top students. Private colleges can be generous with aid, but only for the very top students, or those who bring something wow to the college, like national recognized athlete or musician. For a good private college, like USC, one would need very close to a 4.0 unweighted GPA in the most rigorous classes, and a 2200+ SAT to be competitive for admission, or be a top athlete. For this fall, USC admitted only 18% of applicants, and some programs are far more competitive, like Cinema, less than 5% for some programs, after already being admitted to USC. FYI- to be competitive for admissions to UCLA and UC Berkeley, one must have very close to a 4.0 unweighted in rigorous classes, and a 2000+ SAT. Other UC's are less competitive for admission, but it is questionable if it is worth the non-resident cost to attend many of those UC's, considering future job prospects. For non-residents, the UC's like to see full cash pay, because that is the reason they are admitting more non-residents than in the past, for the extra $23,000+ a year in non-resident fees. Good luck!
Private schools do not charge differently for people from in state or out of state. Their prices are still somewhat higher than the out of state costs of most state schools though.
If you're wanting to save money, you should consider not being an idiot and staying at home for college.