Many students attending Alaska Career College can expect to receive financial assistance in various forms, such as scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study programs, making the cost of attendance more manageable.
However, some types of financial aid are definitely more desireable than others, and some students will receive more aid than others.Find out more by scrolling down the page.
Alaska Career College average financial aid offer for freshmen students is $4,693.00. 76% of first-year students are awarded financial aid, primarily comprising loans.
Loans are included in the umbrella of ‘financial aid’, even so, the only true discount from the cost of college is a grant or scholarship that you don’t have to pay back.
Worried about the student loans that might be part of a financing offer? View the average amount of debt per student at Alaska Career College.
In addition to scholarships, 54% of freshman students (213 total) obtained federal grant aid, averaging $5,413.00 a piece.
The numbers and the graph following pertain to primarily federal grants, plus some local and state grants.
54% of first-year students at Alaska Career College (213 total) obtained a federal grant, averaging $5,413.00.
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The table above displays undergrads who are obtaining Title IV aid, federal aid from the government including loans, grants or work-study. Learn more here.
232 Alaska Career College undergrads obtain grant aid (this is about 76% of the entire undergraduate student population). The average amount these students receive is $4,693.00.The largest share of which are in the guise of Pell Grants.
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