3000 N Dysart Rd, Avondale, AZ 85392
Estrella Mountain Community College is a two-year community college in Avondale, AZ. It has a nonselective admissions process of 100%. It is a smaller college with 3,293 full-time undergrads in attendance. 31% of graduates secure an Associate's in Liberal Arts and Humanities. Alternative routinely selected majors include Business, Natural Sciences, and Physical Sciences, but there are 36 majors to select from. Its culinary arts program is ranked number two in Arizona. Also, Estrella Mountain CC is the 7th best mid-sized college in Arizona based on our research. At sticker price, tuition costs $1,966 a year, if you live in Arizona but $7,461 for those of you not raised in Arizona. Before you rule out applying due to the cost, know that close to three out of every four Estrella Mountain CC undergrads procure some financial support. 31% of Estrella Mountain Community College undergraduates graduate, fresh and expecting to land an exciting profession. The average alumnus makes an income of $27,500 two years after receiving their diplomas. After an additional four years of experience, their median annual earnings increases 22.9% to $33,800; however, that is still 15.7% beneath the national median for individuals. Applicants may like to know that it doesn't have early decision. In addition, it offers a teacher certification program. Concerning your wallet, be aware that 50% of undergraduates secure financial aid through federal grants and for households with an income of $30k to $48k, the average net cost of tuition is $6,345 each year. Our college specialists rated Estrella Mountain CC an 8.49 for its party scene and when rating its level of diversity, Estrella Mountain CC received an 8.76. Relating to campus life, Estrella Mountain CC has a melange of clubs and activities. To conclude, about one out of five alumni default on their student loans and 18% of Estrella Mountain CC graduates do not have a job six years after college.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications