Charter College is a private vocational school located in Anchorage, Alaska. It also has campuses in Wasilla, Alaska and California and Washington. Charter challenges students academically and promotes personal development. Curriculum is individualized to meet students’ needs.
Charter College also strives to create a campus environment that makes all students feel welcome. Instructors are concerned about students, so they go out of their way to make themselves available to them.
Instructors at Charter College typically have years of professional experience. They provide easy-to-follow classroom instruction and incorporate hands-on learning into classroom lessons. In addition to professional work experience, Charter College seeks instructors who are enthusiastic, eager to assist students, and challenge students in the classroom.
Charter College has an excellent post-graduation job placement rate. Industry advisory boards are assigned to each program to ensure students receive training that is currently in-demand in the workforce. The college does not guarantee graduates job but makes it a priority that students have the training and resources needed to succeed.
Additional details about graduation rates, graduate debt loads, and other information is available at Charter College’s website.
|General Information:||(907) 277-1000|
|Type of Institution:||4-year private for-profit school|
|Awards Offered:||1 year certificate|
|Campus setting:||Large City|
|Number of Students:||2,025 (2,025 undergrad)|
|Ratio of students to faculty:||15 to 1|
Tuition & Fees
|Estimated Expenses for Academic Year||2008-’09||2009-’10||2010-’11||2011-’12||% change 2010-’12|
|Tuition and fees||$15,075||$15,575||$17,750||$17,750||0.00%|
|Books and Supplies||$1,900||$2,000||$0||$0||0.00%|
|Total Expenses||2008-’09||2009-’10||2010-’11||2011-’12||% change 2010-’12|
|In-state Off Campus||$0||$0||$0||$0||0.00%|
|In-state with Family||$16,975||$17,575||$17,750||$17,750||0.00%|
|Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students|
|Type of Aid||Students||Percent||Amount||Average Per Student|
|All students financial aid||475||81%|
|Grant or scholarship aid||216||37%||$705,887||$3,268|
|• Federal grants||216||37%||$705,887||$3,268|
|• Pell grants||216||37%||$627,517||$2,905|
|• Other federal grants||191||33%||$78,370||$410|
|Local and state government scholarships or grants||0||0%||$0|
|Institutional scholarships or grants||0||0%||$0|
|Student loan financial aid||400||69%||$5,325,620||$13,314|
|• Federal student loans||400||69%||$4,695,410||$11,739|
|• Other student loans||229||39%||$630,210||$2,752|
All Degrees and Programs
|Program Completions for Most Recent Year||BA/BS||MA/MS||Doctor||AA/AS||CERT|
|Total of All Programs||30||–||–||179||436|
|Business, Marketing, and Management Services||16||–||–||85||38|
|Accounting and Business/management||16||–||–||–||–|
|Business Administration and Management||–||–||–||36||–|
|Business/office Automation/technology/data Entry||–||–||–||10||15|
|General Office Occupations and Clerical Services||–||–||–||–||–|
|Computer and Information Sciences||14||–||–||29||12|
|Computer and Information Systems Security/information Assurance||–||–||–||–||12|
|Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications||–||–||–||9||–|
|System, Networking, and Lan/wan Management/manager||–||–||–||20||–|
|Cad/cadd Drafting and/or Design Technology/technician||–||–||–||11||18|
|Health Services/allied Health/health Sciences||–||–||–||52||368|
|Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/coder||–||–||–||39||114|
|Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Protective Services||–||–||–||2||–|
|Criminal Justice/safety Studies||–||–||–||2||–|
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