The Illinois Public Agenda for College and Career Success - One Illinois

A Blueprint for the Future of Illinois

[ IBHE | Home ]

Goal 2: Ensure College Affordability
Tuition & Fees at Public 2-Year

 

Performance Measures Public
Agenda Baseline
Year 2 2018
Year 10
Benchmarks

Tuition and Fees at 2-Year.  Percent of low-quintile family income required to pay tuition and required fees at two-year public institutions.

Mid, 3.5 %


Low, 11.7 %

Mid, 3.9 %, Low, 14.1%

 

Mid, 1.8 %


Low, 6.2 %

  • Illinois trends;
  • Five best-performing U.S. states; and
  • Selected competitor/ neighboring U.S. states

 

Points of Interest

  • Illinois performs below the national average; ranks 20th for middle income and 23rd for low income.

Figure 2.4.  Tuition and fees for first-time full-time undergraduates as a percent of low-quintile median income, five best performing states, four high population states, five surrounding states, Illinois, and U.S.  Shadows represent baseline data.  Lowest percentage is best.

Figure 2.4. Tuition and fees for first-time full-time undergraduates as a percent of low-quintile median income, five best performing states, four high population states, five surrounding states, Illinois, and U.S. Shadows represent baseline data. Lowest percentage is best.