301 South 68th Street Place, Lincoln, NE 68510
Southeast Community College Area is a two-year community college and trade school located on a gorgeous campus in Lincoln, NE. Admission is open to anybody, with a 100% acceptance rate. It has a smaller sized student body with 3,633 full-time students enrolled. Southeast Area offers 38 potential majors across seven academic disciplines. The most desired choices are Liberal Arts and Humanities, Business, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), with 13% of graduates receiving an Associate's degree in Liberal Arts and Humanities. 11% and 6% of students study Business and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), respectively. If you are hoping to study pharmacy in Nebraska but don't have the best grades, Southeast Area is an incredible choice for you, because its pharmacy program is ranked #1 in the state. In addition, Southeast Area placed 1st in NE on our best colleges for low income students list. For students who are paying sticker price, in-state tuition costs $3,284 a year, but for applicants from outside of Nebraska, tuition goes for $3,570. Before you rule out applying because of the cost, you should know that just a hair fewer than 90% of Southeast Area undergraduates receive scholarship or grant funding. 37% of Southeast Community College Area undergraduates graduate, hopeful and prepared to hit the labor force. The average alumnus makes an income of $31,000 two years after receiving their degrees. After an additional four years of experience, their median yearly earnings increases 19.4% to $37,000; however, that is still 7.7% less than the national median salary for individuals. Applying students may also want to be informed that it does not have early decision. What's more, Southeast Area does not offer a teacher certification program. When it comes to expenses, be aware that students awarded federal grants receive $3,101 in monetary aid on average. Southeast Area's academics rating on School Authority is 8.76 and when rating its party scene, Southeast Area received a 9.53. To wind things up, one out of every four graduates take home a minimum starting salary of $43,200 and one out of every four graduates make a starting salary of $19,600 or less.
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Students Recieving Financial Aid
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)
Electrical Engineering Technician