This nifty little tool comes to us courtesy of WNYC.org:
Find out how tuition and fees at your alma mater have changed since the year you graduated. All figures are in 2011 dollars, and numbers don't reflect other factors that could affect the cost of attendance, like room-and-board and textbook costs or scholarships and financial aid.
Just type in your university and the year you attended. I, for example, went to CSU Sacramento. Tuition was $3,078 when I was enrolled. It's $6,573 now, which is a 114 percent increase in fees.
If I had gone to UC Davis at that same time, it would have cost me $7,870. Now it costs $13,860.
Check out the site and generate your tuition. Share your results in the comments below!