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SPEND LESS

College doesn’t have to break the bank.

Quality Education at a Fraction of the Cost.

  • CCS Average Tuition $4,343
  • CWU Average Tuition $6,475
  • EWU Average Tuition $6,882
  • UW Average Tuition $12,076
  • WSU Average Tuition $12,170


Studies show that students who transferred to a four-year public institution had a higher completion rate of 74% than their peers who began at a four-year public institution at 63%.*

*Baccalaureate Attainment: A National View of the Postsecondary Outcomes of Students Who Transfer from Two-Year to Four-Year Institutions, National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, July 2013.


 
*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 2021-2022 tuition costs.


 

Federal Student Aid and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Most students utilize some form of federal student aid, the most common way of financing education. Learn more about the application process and timeline.
 



 

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


 

Sources of Aid

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