Arizona Community Colleges By Tuition Cost

  • For Arizona community colleges, the average tuition is approximately $1,830 per year for in-state students and $7,111 for out-of-state students (2020).
  • For private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $15,559 per year.
  • The community college with the highest tuition in Arizona is Southwest University of Visual Arts-Tucson, with a tuition of $23,069.
  • The community college with the lowest tuition is testschool22, with a tuition of $1,750.

Arizona Community Colleges By Tuition Cost (2020)

  • College Tuition Location
  • Rank: #11.
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    Public
    $1,750
    6 Dubois Dr.
    Green Valley AZ  28800
    (987)654-3679
  • Rank: #22.
    Mohave Community College
    Public
    $4,488
    1971 Jagerson Ave
    Kingman AZ  86409
    (928)757-4331
  • Rank: #33.$4,746
    7050 S 24th Street
    Phoenix AZ  85042
    (602)243-8000
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.$4,938
    6000 W Olive Ave
    Glendale AZ  85302
    (623)845-3000
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.
    GateWay Community College
    Public
    $4,938
    108 N. 40th Street
    Phoenix AZ  85034
    (602)392-5000
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.
    Mesa Community College
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    Public
    $4,938
    1833 W Southern Ave
    Mesa AZ  85202
    (480)461-7000
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.
    Phoenix College
    Public
    $4,938
    1202 W Thomas Rd
    Phoenix AZ  85013
    (602)264-2492
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.
    Rio Salado College
    Public
    $4,938
    2323 W 14th St
    Tempe AZ  85281
    (480)517-8000
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.$4,938
    3000 N Dysart Rd
    Avondale AZ  85323
    (623)935-8000
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.$4,938
    18401 N 32nd St
    Phoenix AZ  85032
    (602)787-6500
  • Rank: #4-114.-11.$4,938
    2626 E Pecos Rd
    Chandler AZ  85225
    (480)732-7000
  • Rank: #1212.
    Pima Community College
    Public
    $4,946
    4905C East Broadway Blvd.
    Tucson AZ  85709
    (520)206-4500
  • Rank: #1313.
    Yavapai College
    Public
    $4,992
    1100 E Sheldon St
    Prescott AZ  86301
    (928)445-7300
  • Rank: #1414.
    Arizona Western College
    Public
    $5,283
    2020 S. Avenue 8E
    Yuma AZ  85365
    (928)317-6000
  • Rank: #1515.
    Eastern Arizona College
    Public
    $5,600
    615 N. Stadium Ave.
    Thatcher AZ  85552
    (928)428-8322
  • Rank: #1616.
    Coconino Community College
    Public
    $6,158
    2800 S. Lone Tree Rd.
    Flagstaff AZ  86005
    (928)527-1222
  • Rank: #1717.
    Central Arizona College
    Public
    $6,420
    8470 N Overfield Rd
    Coolidge AZ  85128
    (520)494-5444
  • Rank: #1818.$11,352
    8100 E Camelback Rd, Suite 1001
    Scottsdale AZ  85251
    (480)425-3000
  • Rank: #1919.
    Brown Mackie College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    $12,123
    13430 N Black Canyon Ste. 190
    Phoenix AZ  85029
    (602)337-3044
  • Rank: #2020.
    Brown Mackie College-Tucson
    Private, for profit
    $13,203
    4585 E Speedway Blvd.
    Tucson AZ  85712
    (520)327-6866
  • Rank: #2121.
    Fortis College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    $13,527
    555 N 18 St Ste 110
    Phoenix AZ  85006
    (602)254-3099
  • Rank: #2222.
    Arizona College-Glendale
    Private, for profit
    $15,223
    4425 W Olive Avenue Suite 300
    Glendale AZ  85302
    (602)222-9300
  • Rank: #2323.
    CollegeAmerica-Flagstaff
    Private, non-profit
    $16,968
    399 Malpais
    Flagstaff AZ  86001
    (928)213-6060
  • Rank: #2424.
    Golf Academy of America-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    $17,150
    2031 N. Arizona Ave., Suite 2
    Chandler AZ  85225
    (800)342-7342
  • Rank: #2525.
    Southwest University of Visual Arts-Tucson
    Private, for profit
    $23,069
    2525 N Country Club Rd
    Tucson AZ  85716
    (520)325-0123
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