Yakima Valley College

Yakima, Washington

Overview

AddressSouth 16th Ave. & Nob Hill Blvd.
School Websitewww.yvcc.edu
School TypePublic, 4-year or above

Small

StatusPublic
Level of StudyUndergraduate

Yakima Valley College is a public, 4-year college based in Yakima, Washington that offers undergraduate programs to its students. The highest level of offerings is bachelor's degree.

In the 2019 academic year, the in-state tuition for enrolling in Yakima Valley College was $4,556, in addition to fees of $607. This number excludes room and board. The school does provide on-campus housing, which you may want to factor into your cost analysis when planning to attend Yakima Valley College.

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Cost is a crucial factor to consider when deciding what college to attend. At Yakima Valley College, the tuition for in-state residents is $4,556. Combined with fees of $607, room and board costs of $7,860, other expenses of $3,450 and the $870 cost of books and supplies, the total in-state one-year cost is $17,343.

Out-of-state residents can expect to pay more. While the costs for room, board, and other expenses are the same, out-of-state tuition is significantly higher. Out-of-state students must pay $5,638 in tuition. This brings the total one-year cost of enrolling in Yakima Valley College to $17,818 for out-of-state students.

Students at Yakima Valley College are eligible for federal financial aid. The average federal aid awarded to students at Yakima Valley College was $4,181 last year. The percentage of students awarded federal aid was 54%.

Yakima Valley College Undergraduate Population

Full-Time Undergrad Enrollment
Part-Time Undergrad Enrollment
Student-to-Faculty Ratio19:1

Student composition is an important deciding factor for most students applying to Yakima Valley College.

Yakima Valley College has a good gender split, with 65% of undergraduates being female and 35% of undergraduates being male.

At the school, most students are Washington residents; in fact, 96% of all students reside in Washington. However, 4% of students come from out-of-state .

The student to faculty ratio at Yakima Valley College is 19:1. This means that you should have no trouble getting the academic support you need from Yakima Valley College to thrive in your studies.

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