Largest Programs Costs and Completion Time

The largest program at Alaska Career College is Medical/Clinical Assistant and its 2022 tuition & fees are $16,270. For reference, the average tuition for the Medical/Clinical Assistant program of all trade schools in the United States is $13,266.
The next table shows the largest program information including tuition, books and supplies costs, program length, and average completion time. The average values are computed based on the data from trade schools' information for the corresponding vocational program.
2022 Costs and Completion Information of Largest Programs
Program NameTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesProgram LengthsAvg. Completion Time
Medical/Clinical Assistant $16,270 - 46 Hours 10 Months
National Average $13,266 - 512 Hours 9.01 Months
Massage Therapy/Therapeutic Massage $16,170 - 48 Hours 10 Months
National Average $11,333 - 668 Hours 8.02 Months
Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder $12,454 - 34 Hours 11 Months
National Average $14,921 - 461 Hours 8.17 Months
Accounting and Business/Management $25,353 - 66 Hours 15 Months
National Average $19,018 - - -
Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration $25,353 - 66 Hours 15 Months
National Average $24,953 - - -
Phlebotomy Technician/Phlebotomist $10,312 - 27 Hours 7 Months
National Average $2,454 - 238 Hours 3.78 Months

2022 Average Costs of Attendance

For the academic year 2021-2022, the average tuition & fees are $16,270 at Alaska Career College. The total cost of attendance is $38,920 when a student lives off-campus.
2022 Average Costs of Attendance
Tuition & Fees$16,270
Books & Supplies-
Room & Board$11,790
Other Living Expenses$10,860
Total Cost of Attendace (COA)$38,920
1Alaska Career College does not offer on-campus housing facilities.

Average Earning after Graduation

Next table summarizes the average wage/salary by years after earning degree/certificate in Alaska Career College. After 6 years of graduation, the mean wage is $27,200 and, after 10 years of graduation, the mean wage is $32,000 for Alaska Career College graduates.
Mean Earning After Graduation By Time for Alaska Career College Graduate
6 Years After Graduation$27,200$33,400$26,300
7 Years After Graduation$27,600--
8 Years After Graduation$29,500--
9 Years After Graduation$29,600--
10 Years After Graduation$32,000$40,300$30,300

Career and Vocational Programs

Alaska Career College offers 5 career courses through 2 Years Certificate, Associate's programs. The next table summarizes the total number of completers by degree programs.
Total Number of Career Programs
1 Year Certificate2 Years Certificate 4 Years CertificateAssociate's
Next tables list each career program with offered degrees. The number on each columns denotes the number of completers on the program last year. The numbers includes completers through on-campus classes and partial online classes as well as only online classes.
You may want to see all online schools offering a major program by following the link on the title of program.
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences

Important Statistics for Prospective Students

The graduation rate at Alaska Career College is 74%. The students to faculty ratio is 16 to 1 an the retention rate is 71%.
Key Academics Stats
Acceptance Rate0%
Graduation Rate74%
Retention Rate71%(full-time)
Student to Faculty Ratio16 to 1
Student Population412 Students
Number of Faculties26 Faculties
Number of Staffs52 Staffs

On-Campus Student Services

Alaska Career College provides a number of student services including remedial services, academic/career counseling services, employment services for students, Placement services for completers.
On-Campus Student Services
Remedial servicesYes
Academic/career counseling serviceYes
Employment services for studentsYes
Placement services for completersYes
On-campus day care for students' childrenNo
Library facilities at institutionVarious Library Facilities Provided

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