“Stanford , Gonzaga , Georgetown , and University of Washington are just a few academic institutions that [have] become home to our students in fall 2013.” 

Dr. Lisa Avery


A flexible and affordable option

There are a lot of reasons to begin your studies at a community college. For starters, it’s more affordable. On average, tuition and fees are about 64% lower than the college costs of four-year universities.* Additionally, by attending school close to home, you can continue to take care of whatever work or family commitments you have while preparing for your degree. You may even save on room and board.

Take a look at our current community college network, and check back often to see what new schools have joined.


* The American Association of Community Colleges, 2013 Community College Fast Facts