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Facts & Figures

The Mission of Yavapai College is to provide quality higher learning and cultural resources for the diverse populations of Yavapai County.


Basic Facts About Yavapai College

  • 6 Campuses: Chino Valley, CTEC, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Sedona, Verde Valley
  • On-campus housing in Prescott with 3 residence halls
  • 4 NJCCA Division I teams: Men's Soccer and Baseball, Women's Volleyball and Softball
  • Classes meet days, evenings, weekends, and online.
  • Need more detailed information? Check out the Yavapai College Fact Book

Annual Enrollment (2011-12)

  • 11,616 credit
  • 2,590 non-credit

Awards conferred (2011-12)

  • 525 associate degrees
  • 621 certificates

Student Profile (Fall 2012)

  • 57% Women, 43% Male
  • 77% Part-Time, 23% Full-Time
  • 86% Yavapai County Residents
  • Median Age: 27

Faculty (2011-12)

  • 114 Full-Time
  • 300 Part-Time

Academic Programs (2012-13)

Yavapai College offers 59 certificate programs, 32 degree programs, many of which transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Overall, there are 76 different programs of study available to students.


Services

Child care, library, advising and transfer assistance, career counseling, financial aid, scholarships, tutoring, and support services for students with disabilities.


Tuition (2012-13)

Yavapai College offers a differential pricing model which eliminates almost all course fees and provides more transparent pricing.  See Tuition and Fees for further information.

 For cost information for non-credit classes, please visit our Community Education web page.


Financial Aid

In 2011-12, Yavapai College disbursed financial aid awards totaling $16.6 million to 3,732 students.


Economic Impact

The average income at the career midpoint of someone with an associate’s degree in Yavapai County is $32,500, 35% higher than a student with a high school diploma. Students enjoy a 17.0% real rate of return on their investment in Yavapai College.