College is expensive, and nobody wants the financial burden of students loans for all of eternity.

If Beyoncé's Coachella performance has you dreaming of attending an HBCU, but you don't want to be bogged down with those dreadful student loans, we've got you covered.

Whether you're looking into community college or a four-year private or public university, a list of the nation's cheapest HBCUs has been compiled just for you. The costs are determined by tuition cost and cost-of-living data gathered from 98 HBCUs in the United States.

Take a look below, and may the financial aid be in your favor.

Most Affordable Public HBCUs

1. Elizabeth City State University

Elizabeth City, North Carolina

In-state tuition and fees: $4,986

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $18,130
Total undergraduate enrollment: 1,310

2. Fayetteville State University

Fayetteville, North Carolina

In-state tuition and fees: $5,183
Out-of-state tuition and fees: $16,791
Undergraduate enrollment: 5,393

3. University of Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands

In-state tuition and fees: $5,235
Out-of-state tuition and fees: $14,496
Undergraduate enrollment: 2,112

4. Harris-Stowe State University

St. Louis, Missouri

In-state tuition and fees: $5,340
Out-of-state tuition and fees: $9,973
Undergraduate enrollment: 1,442

5. Albany State University

Albany, Georgia

In-state tuition and fees: $5,675
Out-of-state tuition and fees: $16,136
Undergraduate enrollment: 6,262

Most Affordable HBCU Community Colleges

1. Coahoma Community College

In-state annual tuition costs: $2,803
Out-of-state annual tuition costs: $2,803

2. Gadsden State Community College

In-state annual tuition costs: $3,600
Out-of-state annual tuition costs: $6,456

3. Southern University at Shreveport

In-state annual tuition costs: $4,184
Out-of-state annual tuition costs: $7,432

4. Shelton State Community College

In-state annual tuition costs: $4,189
Out-of-state annual tuition costs: $7,759

5. Trenholm State Community College

In-state annual tuition costs: $4,350
Out-of-state annual tuition costs: $7,920

Most Affordable Four-Year Private HBCUs

1. Simmons College of Kentucky

Lousiville, Kentucky

Tuition and fees: $5,310
Undergraduate enrollment: 216

2. Selma University

Selma, Alabama

Tuition and fees: $7,115
Undergraduate enrollment: 311

3. Clinton College

Rock Hill, South Carolina

Tuition and fees: $7,949
Undergraduate enrollment: 170

4. Southwestern Christian College

Terrell, Texas

Tuition and fees: $8,136
Undergraduate enrollment: 159

5. Paul Quinn College 

Dallas, Texas

Tuition and fees: $8,495
Undergraduate enrollment: 519

Now that the list has been provided, you can choose a school most likely to keep you out of debt. 

The full list of HBCUs ranking from least to most expensive may be accessed here.

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