Nebraska Community Colleges By Tuition Cost

  • For Nebraska community colleges, the average tuition is approximately $3,081 per year for in-state students and $4,438 for out-of-state students (2020).
  • For private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $15,120 per year.
  • The community college with the highest tuition in Nebraska is Myotherapy Institute, with a tuition of $16,800.
  • The community college with the lowest tuition is Western Nebraska Community College, with a tuition of $2,652.

Nebraska Community Colleges By Tuition Cost (2020)

  • College Tuition Location
  • Rank: #11.$2,652
    1601 East 27th Street
    Scottsbluff NE  69361
  • Rank: #22.$2,993
    301 South 68th Street Place
    Lincoln NE  68510
  • Rank: #33.
    Mid-Plains Community College
    1101 Halligan Drive
    North Platte NE  69101
  • Rank: #44.$3,207
    30 & Fort Street
    Omaha NE  68111
  • Rank: #55.
    Central Community College
    3134 West Hwy 34
    Grand Island NE  68802
  • Rank: #66.
    Northeast Community College
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    801 E. Benjamin Avenue
    Norfolk NE  68701
  • Rank: #77.$7,236
    404 East 7th
    Curtis NE  69025
  • Rank: #88.
    Vatterott College-Spring Valley
    Private, for profit
    11818 I Street
    Omaha NE  68137
  • Rank: #9-109.-10.
    Kaplan University-Lincoln Campus
    Private, for profit
    1821 K St
    Lincoln NE  68508
  • Rank: #9-109.-10.
    Kaplan University-Omaha Campus
    Private, for profit
    5425 N. 103rd St.
    Omaha NE  68134
  • Rank: #1111.
    Universal College of Healing Arts
    Private, for profit
    8702 North 30th Street
    Omaha NE  68112
  • Rank: #1212.
    Myotherapy Institute
    Private, for profit
    4001 Pioneer Woods Drive
    Lincoln NE  68506
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