108 N. 40th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034
GateWay Community College - Phoenix is a two-year community college and trade school located in Phoenix, AZ. It has available to anybody admissions given its 100% acceptance rate. It is a small college with 1,156 full-time undergrads in attendance. 14% of GateWay - Phoenix' graduates acquire an Associate's degree in Nursing. Other routinely in-demand options include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Automotive Mechanics, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), but there are 32 offerings to choose from. If you are interested in studying health care management in Arizona but don't have high test scores, GateWay - Phoenix is an excellent option for you, because its health care management program is the 7th best in the state. Also, GateWay - Phoenix is 1st in Arizona on our best community colleges and best trade schools lists. For students paying full freight, in-state tuition costs $1,966 a year, but for students from out of state, tuition is $7,461. Before you rule out applying due to the price, keep in mind that just about three quarters of GateWay - Phoenix undergraduates are awarded some financial support. 31% of GateWay Community College - Phoenix students make it to commencement day, transitioning into the workforce prepared to make some money. On average, graduates earn a yearly salary of $32,800 a couple years after finishing their studies. After 4 more years working, the graduate's median annual salary rises 4% to $34,100; however, that is still 15% under the national median wage. You may like to be informed that it does not have early decision. Furthermore, the retention rate for part-time students is 41%, and it does not have a distance education program. Related to your personal finances, be aware that the average aid awarded per year is $4,565. In terms of demographics, the faculty is made up of 2% of professors who are of unknown race and African-American professors make up 8% of the teaching staff. On the subject of life on campus, first-year students have the option to live off campus. In closing, 75% of graduates are employed six years after college and six years after graduating, 1/4th of graduates make $17,600 or less.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)