College isn’t getting any cheaper, and you’ve got to pay for it somehow. In 2011, 68% of all college grads left their school in some level of debt. So which colleges and universities are most likely to leave you high and dry? US News and World has compilled a list of which colleges are the likeliest to have the most number of students with the highest amount of debt from the 2011 school year.

The report by US news mostly covers small, private institutions. While the amount of average debt incurred at each college isn’t as startlingly high as the reported numbers of $100,000 or more. Rather,the report centered around schools where the average debt is highest above the national average as well as the percentage of students in debt.

On average, [college students with student loans] left carrying about $26,220 in debt, based on reports from 1,033 ranked colleges that provided both the percentage of graduating students in the class of 2011 who had loans and the average total amount those students owed. That’s significantly lower than the six-figure debt that often makes headlines but is not very common, as financial aid expert Mark Kantrowitz has noted.

Nevertheless, some colleges graduated students with debt loads far above the national average. At the 10 schools that graduated the most indebted students, graduates left with between $43,712 and $47,066 in student loans in 2011. (All of these calculations include federal and private loans borrowed, but exclude parent PLUS loans.)

So here are the top ten colleges with the highest average debt-load per graduating class in 2011:

Clark Atlanta University (GA)

Average debt load: $47,066
Percentage of students who borrowed: 94

Lawrence Technological University (MI)

Average debt load: $46,677
Percentage of students who borrowed: 74

Johnson C. Smith University (NC)

Average debt load, class of 2011: $46,673
Percentage of students who borrowed: 100

Sacred Heart University (CT)

Average debt load, class of 2011: $45,402
Percentage of students who borrowed: 77

Wheelock College (MA)

Average debt load, class of 2011: $45,391
Percentage of students who borrowed: 97.2

Bennett College (NC)

Average debt load, class of 2011: $45,275
Percentage of students who borrowed: 94

Delaware State University

Average debt load, class of 2011: $45,098
Percentage of students who borrowed: 90

Franklin Pierce University (NH)

Average debt load, class of 2011: $44,702
Percentage of students who borrowed: 81

Oral Roberts University (OK)

Average debt load, class of 2011: $43,712
Percentage of students who borrowed: 70

Widener University (PA)

Average debt load, class of 2011: $44,430
Percentage of students who borrowed: 86

(via US News and World)