2022 Tuition & fees of Largest Programs

The largest programs at Alaska Career College is Medical/Clinical Assistant and its 2022 tuition and fees are $16,270. The length of the program is 46 contact hours ( or credit hours) and, in average, it requires 10 months to complete the program.
The tuition & fees are relatively expensive compared to all colleges offering the Medical/Clinical Assistant (the average cost is $13,266).
The following table shows the 2022 tuition & fees of the largest programs at Alaska Career College with program length and completion time.

Largest Programs Information

2022 Tuition & Fees of Largest Programs at Alaska Career College
ProgramTuition & FeesBooks & Supplies CostsProgram LengthAverage Completion TimeNational Average (in Vocational schools)
1Medical/Clinical Assistant $16,270-46 Contact Hours10 Months $13,266
2Massage Therapy/Therapeutic Massage $16,170-48 Contact Hours10 Months $11,333
3Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder $12,454-34 Contact Hours11 Months $14,921
4Accounting and Business/Management $25,353-66 Contact Hours15 Months $19,018
5Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration $25,353-66 Contact Hours15 Months $24,953
6Phlebotomy Technician/Phlebotomist $10,312-27 Contact Hours7 Months $2,454

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2022 Living Costs

The 2022 average living costs is $22,650 including room & board and other living expenses.
The living cost at Alaska Career Collegehas increased by 10.98% from last year.
Net table and chart show the 2022 living costs and the tuition trends over last 5 years at Alaska Career College.

Living Costs Trends

Alaska Career College 2022 Living Costs(Off-Campus Living)
YearRoom & BoardOther Expenses
2018$13,030$8,410
2019$12,240$7,410
2020$11,020$6,670
2021$10,970$9,440
2022$11,790$10,860

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