[7]The following nine universities were defined as private:† Catholic, Clark Atlanta, Dominican, Drexel, Long Island, Pratt, St. Johnís, Simmons, and Syracuse.† Some schools treated as public have a quasi public/private relationship. † For the purposes of this report, if such a school had different tuition levels for in-state versus out-of-state students it was classified as a public university.† When viewing this definition against the tuition and fee tables it would appear that one exception had been made for Catholic which is clearly a private school but which does have a different tuition structure in the tables for "in-state" and "out-of-state." Although recorded this way in the those tables those figures, as reported by Catholic, actually represent a difference in tuition structure for "on campus" and "off campus."