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Did you know that Spokane has two community colleges and six locations in the Inland Northwest - Colville, Inchelium, Ione, Newport, Republic and Pullman?

How Much Does it Cost?

One of the benefits of going to community college is saving money. You can save a substantial amount of money on your four-year degree by starting here. But everyone's out-of-pocket cost is different, depending on your aid package, amount of credits, program supplies like books or lab gear and financial need, your education can be significantly different than a friends. That's why it is important to get started on a budget so you know what to expect.

*Tuition rates reflect the annual cost for one full-time (with 15 credits), WA State resident attending fall, winter and spring quarters in one academic year. This cost reflects tuition only and does not include student fees that vary based on school and area of study. Tuition fees do not reflect any financial assistance, which may help reduce your out-of-pocket expenses, based on your eligibility. Numbers shown reflect 2017-2018 tuition costs. For detailed information on tuition, fees and to use our tuition calculator tool, visit how much does it cost?

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Applied Bachelor’s, Transfer Degrees, and Career Technical Programs

Not sure what to study? You're not alone. Explore all the areas of study at Spokane and Spokane Falls Community College, then click the Apply Now! button at the toip of the page to get started today.

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