Yakima Valley College

Yakima, Washington

Yakima Valley College Overview

Student population

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

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.

Yakima Valley College Cost

In-State resident tuition

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Books and Supplies$
Other Fees$
Room and Board$
Budget for Other Expenses$
Total one year cost$
Out of State Tuition

$

Books and Supplies$
Other Fees$
Room and Board$
Budget for Other Expenses$
Total one year cost$
Average Federal Aid$
Percentage Awarded Federal Aid%

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.

Out-of-state students 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.

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, with 54% of students being awarded federal aid.

Yakima Valley College Student Life

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 to thrive in your studies.

Yakima Valley College Popular Majors and Programs

LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, GENERAL STUDIES AND HUMANITIES
HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND RELATED PROGRAMS
BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND RELATED SUPPORT SERVICES
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SUPPORT SERVICES
EDUCATION
AGRICULTURAL/ANIMAL/PLANT/VETERINARY SCIENCE AND RELATED FIELDS
ENGINEERING/ENGINEERING-RELATED TECHNOLOGIES/TECHNICIANS
HOMELAND SECURITY, LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIREFIGHTING AND RELATED PROTECTIVE SERVICES
PHYSICAL SCIENCES
MECHANIC AND REPAIR TECHNOLOGIES/TECHNICIANS

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