Oxford University, the University of Denver and Ball State University have all been named by Forbes as having the highest valuations of any U.S. university.
But how do these universities compare in terms of the value of their properties?
To find out, Forbes surveyed 1,000 real estate agents and real estate brokers across the country.
The results, which will be released on Wednesday, found that Ball State’s campus has a value of $1.1 billion.
At the same time, it has an assessed value of just $1 million.
At Oxford University’s campus, the value is $1 billion, and the assessed value is just $600,000.
While Ball State has the highest property value in the country, it ranks near the bottom in terms at which real estate has been purchased for the campus.
In fact, in the past 10 years, Ball State property sales have only increased, according to the report.
“The campus has been the site of significant redevelopment over the past few years,” Forbes said in its release.
“However, the campus remains far from the glamour that the rest of America has to offer.”
It has been noted that Ball and Oxford are two of the largest and most expensive colleges in the world.
Both are ranked in the top 10 on the Forbes list of top-grossing college campuses.