The new list of the most-expensive dormitories in America includes two in Michigan.
Hulett College and St. Mary’s College of Michigan both had a median price of $1,039,600 for the current semester.
St. Michael’s College was the most pricey at $1.45 million, according to the report.
Hallett, a Catholic school, had a population of 5,093 students, or 17.4 percent of the enrollment.
St Mary’s, a women’s school, also had a student population of 6,836, or 14.4 in the new rankings.
The ranking was based on a study of median prices of each of the institutions.
The study, conducted by the Higher Education Data Center at the University of Minnesota, found that Hulets tuition was $3,945 per semester, or nearly $10,000 per year.
St Michael’s was ranked number two with a median of $2,738, or $8,000.
The St. Joseph’s College in Chicago was ranked third with a $2.95 million median.
The median for the University at Buffalo was $2 million, the report found.
The report did not break down the median prices for each college, or whether students paid the most for each dorm.
The highest-end dormitries are the private schools at the top of the list.
St Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri, is the highest-priced of the 13 schools.
The average student pays about $28,000 for a room in the dormitory, the study found.