4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499
Clover Park Technical College is a public college in Lakewood, WA. It is obtainable for everyone, as 100% of applicants are accepted. It has a smaller student body with full-time enrollment of 2,276 students. 21% of graduates obtain a Computer and Information Systems Security Certificate. Alternative frequent picks include Nursing Assistant, Automotive Mechanics, and Engineering Technician, but there are 38 total majors to select from. It has a high quality cosmetology program, ranking 4th in Washington. What's more, Clover Park Tech comes in 8th in Washington for most conservative colleges. Tuition costs $6,027 annually for students paying full freight. Before you decide not to apply due to the cost, keep in mind that a little more than 2 in 3 Clover Park Tech undergrads are awarded some scholarship or grant funding. 42% of Clover Park Technical College undergraduates graduate, equipped to begin their professional life. The average alumnus earns an income of $26,700 two years after finishing their studies. After 4 more years in the job market, the alumni's median income climbs 25.5% to $33,500; however, that is still 16.5% under the national median earnings. Many of you may also want to know that Clover Park Tech doesn't offer early decision and it costs $0 to apply, so why not throw in your hat. What's more, about 46% of first-year students enroll the following year. Respecting your checkbook, be aware that 50% of students procure financial aid through Pell grants. Its diversity rating on School Authority is 8.24 and our higher education specialists rated Clover Park Tech a 7.72 in academics. With regard for campus life, on-campus housing is not offered. Lastly, around 1/5 of graduates miss payments on their student loans and six years after receiving their degrees, 25% of graduates earn $51,700 or more.
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Computer and Information Systems Security
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)