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Best Community Colleges

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If you're interested in attending a community college or university, you came to the right place. Our crew of college consultants studied all the numbers and are ecstatic to present the exhaustive 2021 Best Community Colleges list. We hope that you'll find the perfect college for you. South Carolina leads America in generating awesome community colleges, with 2 of the top 10 standings. Next in line is South Dakota, with 1 of the top 10. The top 10 community colleges have full-time enrollments ranging from 366 to 7,435 undergraduates. They accept, on average, between 56% and 100% of applicants, and their admitted students scored between 18 and 1025 on the ACT. On average, their undergrads cough up around $9,960 annually, after accounting for financial aid and scholarships, and their undergraduates obtain $5,874 on average in financial assistance each year. In addition, they enroll a median of 16 undergrads for each faculty member, and their average School Authority score for academics is 8.
#3
University of South Carolina Sumter
Sumter, SC

University of South Carolina Sumter is a two-year community college in Sumter, SC. It has a very small sized student body with full-time enrollment of 619 undergrads. It only offers an Associate's in Liberal Arts and Humanities. Its humanities program is ranked number twenty-seven in South Carolina. What's more, it placed 2nd in South Carolina according to our best colleges with rolling admissions list. For those raised in South Carolina, full price tuition runs $3,757 per year. Students living elsewhere must lay out $8,473 per year. Before you decide not to apply because of the price, keep in mind that close to each undergraduate, the vast majority of undergraduates obtains at least some grant or scholarship funding. 48% of University of South Carolina Sumter students culminate their schooling with a diploma, equipped to move into the labor market. The median alumnus earns $26,200 two years after commencement. After another four years of work experience, the graduate's average wage grows 30.9% to $34,300; however, that is still 14.5% below the national median salary. Applicants may want to be informed that it does not have early decision. Additionally, the average amount of research funding it receives per student is $147. On the subject of costs, be aware that students awarded institutional grants receive $1,075 in aid on average and the average tuition for people from households making over $110k a year is $14,330. With regard to demographics, the student body is made up of 52% African American students and 79% of students are from a household with a yearly salary less than $30k. To conclude, the highest-earning quarter of graduates make $46,900 or more, six years after graduating and 11% of graduates do not have a job six years after graduating.


Tuition
$3,579
ACT Score
920-1130