Top King County Community Colleges

  • For the 2020 school year, there are 13 top community colleges in King County, Washington, serving 66,334 students.
  • The average tuition is approximately $3,883 per year for in-state students and $7,386 for out-of-state students. (view national tuition costs).
  • King County, WA community colleges have a diversity score of 0.68, which is higher than the national average of 0.65 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 53% of the student body (majority Asian and Hispanic), and the student:teacher ratio is 31:1.

Top King County Community Colleges (2020)

  • College Location Students
  • The Art Institute of Seattle
    Private, for profit
    2323 Elliott Ave
    Seattle WA  98121
    (206)448-0900

    1,378 students
  • 3000 Landerholm Cir SE
    Bellevue WA  98007
    (425)564-1000

    13,469 students
  • 18345 Campus Way NE
    Bothell WA  98011
    (425)352-8000

    3,757 students
  • 12401 SE 320th St
    Auburn WA  98092
    (253)833-9111

    7,915 students
  • 2400 S 240th St
    Seattle WA  98198
    (206)878-3710

    6,443 students
  • 11605 132nd Ave NE
    Kirkland WA  98034
    (425)739-8100

    3,660 students
  • 9600 College Way North
    Seattle WA  98103
    (206)934-3600

    6,493 students
  • 555 South Renton Village Pl-Ste 400
    Renton WA  98057
    (425)228-9600

    777 students
  • 9709 Third Ave NE Suite 400
    Seattle WA  98115
    (206)322-6100

    760 students
  • 3000 NE Fourth St
    Renton WA  98056
    (425)235-2352

    3,359 students
  • 1701 Broadway Avenue
    Seattle WA  98122
    (206)934-3800

    6,773 students
  • 16101 Greenwood Ave N
    Seattle WA  98133
    (206)546-4101

    6,015 students
  • 6000 16th Ave SW
    Seattle WA  98106
    (206)934-5300

    5,535 students
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