Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Idaho

The Idaho average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $9,750 (2021-22).
For public community colleges in Idaho, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $9,438.
For private community colleges in Idaho, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $12,914.

Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Idaho (2021-22)

  • College Completed Debt Location
  • Rank: #11.
    College of Western Idaho
    Public
    $9,000
    5500 East Opportunity Drive
    Nampa, ID 83687
    (208) 562-3000
  • Rank: #22.
    North Idaho College
    North Idaho College Photo - North Idaho College (NIC) is a comprehensive community college located on the stunning shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene.
    Public
    $9,250
    1000 West Garden Avenue
    Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
    (208) 769-3311
  • Rank: #3-43.-4.
    College of Eastern Idaho
    College of Eastern Idaho Photo - EITC became CEI in July of 2017.
    Public
    $9,750
    1600 S 25th E
    Idaho Falls, ID 83404
    (208) 524-3000
  • Rank: #3-43.-4.
    College of Southern Idaho
    College of Southern Idaho Photo
    Public
    $9,750
    315 Falls Ave.
    Twin Falls, ID 83301
    (208) 733-9554
  • Rank: #55.
    Brigham Young University-Idaho
    Private not-for-profit
    $12,601
    525 S Center
    Rexburg, ID 83460
    (208) 496-1411
  • Rank: #66.
    Carrington College-Boise
    Private for-profit
    $13,226
    1122 N. Liberty St.
    Boise, ID 83704
    (208) 377-8080
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