Community College Earnings in Nebraska

  • Community college graduates in Nebraska (10 years post graduation) earn approximately $36,400 per year (2020).
  • The community colleges in Nebraska with the highest earning graduates are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Community College Earnings in Nebraska (2020)

  • College Student Earnings Location
  • Rank: #11.$49,400
    404 East 7th
    Curtis NE  69025
    (308)367-5253
  • Rank: #2-32.-3.
    Kaplan University-Lincoln Campus
    Private, for profit
    $39,400
    1821 K St
    Lincoln NE  68508
    (402)474-5315
  • Rank: #2-32.-3.
    Kaplan University-Omaha Campus
    Private, for profit
    $39,400
    5425 N. 103rd St.
    Omaha NE  68134
    (402)572-8500
  • Rank: #44.$37,700
    301 South 68th Street Place
    Lincoln NE  68510
    (402)471-3333
  • Rank: #55.
    Northeast Community College
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    Public
    $36,400
    801 E. Benjamin Avenue
    Norfolk NE  68701
    (402)371-2020
  • Rank: #66.
    Creative Center, college of art & design
    Creative Center, college of art & design Photo
    Private, for profit
    $35,400
    10850 Emmet St
    Omaha NE  68164
    (402)898-1000
  • Rank: #77.
    Mid-Plains Community College
    Public
    $32,700
    1101 Halligan Drive
    North Platte NE  69101
    (800)658-4308
  • Rank: #88.$31,500
    1601 East 27th Street
    Scottsbluff NE  69361
    (308)635-3606
  • Rank: #99.
    Central Community College
    Public
    $31,100
    3134 West Hwy 34
    Grand Island NE  68802
    (308)398-4222
  • Rank: #1010.$31,000
    30 & Fort Street
    Omaha NE  68111
    (402)457-2400
  • Rank: #1111.
    Vatterott College-Spring Valley
    Private, for profit
    $26,300
    11818 I Street
    Omaha NE  68137
    (402)891-9411
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