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Cost is one of the most important considerations when deciding between colleges in Austin TX. To help you narrow down the options, we have assembled this list of the most affordable schools and colleges based on tuition, fees, and opportunities to receive financial aid.
1. University of Texas at Austin One of the largest colleges in the country, the University of Texas at Austin is also one of the least expensive. In-state tuition is $9,798, and books and supplies cost around $750 per year. To lower expenses, the school can help you find scholarships, grants, work-study programs, exemptions, and waivers.
2. University of Phoenix in Austin, Texas Students from Texas can expect to pay $10,417 for tuition and $760 for other fees at the University of Phoenix in Austin, Texas. When living with parents, this comes to a total of $11,177 per year. You can take advantage of a number of financial aid programs, including the Cash Plan, the Tuition Deferral Plan, the Third-Party Billing Plan, military or government billing plans, tribal funding, and the Federal Financial Aid Plan.
3. Southern Careers Institute Southern Careers Institute offers programs costing between $13,400 and $18,950, including both tuition and other fees. To make studying yet more affordable, students can receive grants and scholarships through the school and through external organizations. The school also offers benefit assistance to veterans and dependents of military personnel.
4. Huston-Tillotson University In-state tuition at Huston-Tilloston University is $14,346, books and supplies cost around $1,040, and other fees are about $2,034 per year. The college offers financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants and provides educational benefits for veterans working toward a degree, including traditional VA Benefits and new GI Benefits. The least expensive option for you will depend on many factors, including your financial situation, academics, and eligibility for particular programs, scholarships, and benefits. To gain a clearer idea of how much you can expect to pay, talk to financial aid officers at these colleges in Austin TX and discuss your options.
5. National American University — Austin If you attend the National American University — Austin, you can expect to pay $12,456 for in-state tuition, $1,350 for books and supplies, and $435 for other fees. On average, students pay around 40 percent of their expenses using Federal loans; however, grants, work-study programs, scholarships (including Organizational Scholarships and NAU Scholarships), and tuition assistance (such as Company Tuition Assistance and Military Education Benefits) are also available.
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Enrique H. Welding
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Juan L. Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator
“I made a complete career change when I started my training at Southern Careers Institute. I needed a stable career to continue providing for my growing family. SCI provided me with the medical terminology and know how that I needed to understand and acquire a career in the medical field. SCI taught me that it doesn’t matter where you are in life right now; you always have room to advance and learn.”
Denise S. Medical Assistant
“I am extremely grateful for the assistance I received from SCI’s Career Services team. I enjoy where I work and what I do. SCI has helped me succeed in life by getting me the necessary education and by making me a stronger and more confident person.”
“Once I graduated from SCI, I had a sense of accomplishment that helped me through the job search process. SCI provided me with the opportunity to brush up on my skills, extend my accounting knowledge, and they boosted my self-confidence. I went to work two days after my last day of school.”
Annette D. Business Accounting
“When my youngest child graduated from high school, I told my husband that it was my time. I went back to school to change careers after spending 37 years in the business field. At SCI, the instructors are professional, and they care about what they are teaching you, as well as expect you to give 100% in return. I had problems understanding how to draw in syringes and give injections. I requested extra help from a knowledgeable instructor, and I was able to receive one-on-one training. Today, I draw injections for approximately 100 patients each week. I am very confident in what I’ve learned. SCI has given me the chance to do what I always wanted to do. Thank you for my education. I am doing wonderful.”
Bonnie M Medical Assistant
“I am now a certified Lab Tech. SCI helped me get an externship, and I came out with a job. After my little sister had cancer, I knew I wanted a career in the medical field that allowed me to help others. I am happy about what I do.”
Sidney B Medical Assistant
“The best place ever!! Ms.Tonia rocks she is the best teacher… I love going to school my time there is amazing.”
“Southern Careers went beyond my expectations. Very impressed. The assistance I got from Career Services is truly amazing. They really went out of their way to get me placed. They really care and I am grateful to all of them.”
“Southern Careers Institute totally surpassed my expectations. Once I finished school, the Career Services team helped me find a job. I would tell anyone thinking about starting career training that you have nothing to lose and a lot to gain. I wish I would have started my training sooner.”
* Past students’ outcomes, starting salaries, or job prospects are not indictive of the possible job outcomes for future and current students. SCI does not guarantee employment or a starting salary upon graduation, completion, or withdrawal from SCI.