2011 S. Washington, Amarillo, TX 79109
Amarillo College is a two-year community college and trade school located in Amarillo, TX. Admission is obtainable for anyone, given its 100% acceptance rate. It is a small institution with 3,125 full-time students in attendance. 9% of Amarillo's graduates receive an Associate's degree in Business. Alternative common choices include Nursing and Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Operation, but there are 67 different focuses to select from. Its pharmacy program is ranked 9th in Texas. What's more, Amarillo College comes in 2nd in Texas according to our best trade schools list. For students paying full freight, in-state tuition is $3,326 a year, but for students living elsewhere, tuition is $4,468. Before you decide against applying due to cost constraints, be cognizant that 74% of Amarillo undergraduates are awarded grant or scholarship funding. 37% of Amarillo College undergraduates end up getting a diploma, anticipating to find their dream jobs. A couple years after college, graduates earn a median yearly salary of $28,000. After an additional four years working, their average yearly wage rises 15.7% to $32,400; however, that is still 19.2% shy of the national median earnings. Many of you might want to know that Amarillo does not offer early decision. Further, Amarillo has evening degree programs, and students are able to take a semester abroad. On the subject of your personal finances, be aware that the average amount of aid awarded through institutional grants is $672 and the average tuition for people from households with an annual income of less than $30k a year is around $4,561. When grading its party scene, Amarillo received a 9.53 and our higher education specialists rated Amarillo an 8.24 out of 10 overall. With respect to life on campus, on-campus housing is not available. To wrap things up, six years after receiving their diplomas, the highest-earning quartile of graduates take home $49,300 or more and on average, Amarillo students graduate with $5,095 per year of debts.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Operation
Electrical Engineering Technician
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)