Tennessee is in the middle

Of the best places to live for a low cost tuition.  We rank 23rd.  Wyoming is first; New Hampshire last, barely ahead of Vermont.  From Money.

The Best and Worst Places to Live for a Low-Cost College Education

STATESTATE HIGHER-ED SPENDING PER $1,000 IN PERSONAL INCOME25-YEAR TOTAL FOR FAMILIES EARNING $50,000AVERAGE IN-STATE TUITION 2014-15ESTIMATED TOTAL TUITION COSTS FOR TWO CHILDRENTOTAL ESTIMATED TUITION + TAXES
Wyoming$11.92$14,896$4,646$37,168$41,814
Alaska$10.48$13,101$6,138$49,105$55,243
Utah$7.63$9,537$6,177$49,416$55,593
New Mexico$11.51$14,387$6,190$49,523$55,714
Montana$5.70$7,125$6,279$50,233$56,512
Florida$4.84$6,048$6,351$50,808$57,159
Nevada$4.49$5,616$6,418$51,341$57,759
Idaho$6.59$8,236$6,602$52,816$59,418
West Virginia$7.80$9,753$6,661$53,292$59,953
North Carolina$9.62$12,027$6,677$53,418$60,096
Mississippi$9.50$11,877$6,861$54,888$61,749
Oklahoma$6.52$8,145$6,895$55,157$62,052
New York$4.91$6,134$7,292$58,338$65,631
Louisiana$5.98$7,471$7,314$58,510$65,824
Nebraska$8.07$10,093$7,404$59,234$66,638
North Dakota$10.02$12,522$7,513$60,106$67,620
Arkansas$8.01$10,013$7,567$60,535$68,102
South Dakota$5.04$6,303$7,653$61,224$68,877
Iowa$5.92$7,402$7,857$62,857$70,714
Kansas$6.06$7,577$8,086$64,684$72,770
Georgia$7.31$9,139$8,094$64,753$72,847
Missouri$4.02$5,023$8,383$67,068$75,451
Tennessee$6.25$7,810$8,541$68,324$76,865

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