Average Community College Financial Aid

  • The national average for percent of students receiving financial aid in community college is approximately 87% (2019-20).
  • For public community colleges, the average percent of students receiving financial aid is approximately 84%.
  • For private community colleges, the average percent of students receiving financial aid is approximately 92%.

Average Community College Financial Aid (2019-20)

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The state with the lowest average community college financial aid is Washington, with an average financial aid of 71%. The state with the highest average community college financial aid is Kentucky, with an average financial aid of 97%.