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College doesn't need to be a massive financial burden. Regardless of your background, there is money you can apply for that may cover your tuition and living expenses, allowing you to focus on your studies.


So, How Much Does it Cost?


Tuition Graph showcasing the difference between tuition and fees of other local colleges and universitiesStart classes but stay away from debt.

Did you know the average amount of student debt across the nation is $37,172 (according to CNBC)? In 2016, that meant the average monthly payment on student debt was $393 per month. That's one reason why we are a great option. Education is a key to moving forward in life, but you don't have to mortgage your future to do it, especially if you choose us.

*Approximation of tuition and fees for students attending full-time (15 credits), fall -spring (not including summer quarter) for 2019-2020.



Financial Aid Step-By-Step 

Six steps to complete your financial aid: Step 1 = Prepare, Step 2 = FAFSA & Required Paperwork, Step 3 = Apply for Scholarships Every Year, Step 4 = Award Letter, Step 5 = Finish School, Step 6 =  Pay Off Loans

What is Financial Aid? – Sources of Aid

Most students receive some form of federal student aid, the most common way of financing your education. We can guide you through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)  process and timeline and also talk with you about other sources of aid.

Am I Eligible?

We can help you examine eligibility requirements and decide what types of aid to pursue.