1401 S. College Ave, Levelland, TX 79336
South Plains College is a two-year community college and trade school in Levelland, TX. It has nonselective admissions (100% admittance rate). It is a small sized institution with 4,784 full-time undergrads in attendance. 21% of South Plains' graduates procure an Associate's in Liberal Arts and Humanities. Additional preferred selections include Nursing, Business, and Cosmetology, but there are 63 different options to choose from. If you are hoping to study cosmetology at a college in Texas but don't have the best grades, South Plains is the perfect school for you, because its cosmetology program ranks 7th in the state. In addition, South Plains College places 5th in Texas for best trade schools. For applicants based in Texas, sticker price tuition runs $3,404 a year. Non-Texas residents have to pay $4,166. Before you decide against applying because of the cost, keep in mind that over 4 in 5 South Plains students secure at least some financial aid. 26% of South Plains College undergraduates graduate and enter the following chapter of their lives: full-time employment. On average, alumni take home a yearly income of $28,100 two years after college. After four additional years on the job, the graduate's average income grows 22.8% to $34,500; however, that is still 14% south of the national median earnings. Applicants might also like to be aware that South Plains does not have early decision. Further, the student-professor ratio is 21:1. Relating to your pocketbook, be aware that 65% of students receive financial aid through Pell grants. On the subject of demographics, 1% of undergrads are between the ages of 22 and 24 and 3% of students at South Plains are from households with an annual income of $75k to $110k. With regard to the campus experience, South Plains offers many clubs and activities. To wrap things up, 12% of South Plains' alumni do not have a job two years after college and 1/4 of graduates make a starting salary of $15,700 or less.
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Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration