Everett, Washington (WA) Colleges and Universities

Get a better understanding of the non-specialty colleges around Everett by looking into their student populations, distance from town, graduation rates, and net prices. The statistics listed have been calculated by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

Closest Schools to Everett, Washington

Students in Everett will find a few schools in town and several more not much further out. Since Everett is situated fairly close to the major city of Seattle, there are many more options located in and around this urban center. The closest schools to Everett are:

  • Everett Community College (0 miles)
  • Trinity Lutheran College (0 miles)
  • Edmonds Community College (12.5 miles)
  • Cascadia College (16.1 miles)
  • University of Washington-Bothell Campus (16.1 miles)

Largest Schools near Everett, Washington

With 45,408 students enrolled, the University of Washington-Seattle Campus towers above the other options near Everett in terms of size. This is a 4-year public university offering an extensive list of undergraduate and graduate programs. The next largest collages nearby are:

  • Edmonds Community College (8,571 students)
  • Everett Community College (7,505 students)
  • North Seattle College (6,310 students)
  • Shoreline Community College (5,751 students)
  • University of Washington-Bothell Campus (5,277 students)

Lowest Net Price

Net price is calculated by subtracting the average amount of financial aid received from the costs of attendance. This section lists figures that only apply to full-time undergraduate students enrolled during the 2014-2015 school year. There are several community colleges in the area offering comparatively inexpensive education. The lowest net costs are:

  • North Seattle College ($5,011)
  • Shoreline Community College ($7,170)
  • Everett Community College ($7,212)
  • Lake Washington Institute of Technology ($7,447)
  • Edmonds Community College ($8,832)

Highest Graduation Rate

The rates you see in this section are exclusively applicable to full-time undergraduate students and are calculated from the 2015 school year. They're also based on 150% of the normal timespan in which programs are completed. The University of Washington-Seattle Campus is both the largest school on the list and the one possessing the highest graduation rate, with 84% of students attaining their degree. The next best are:

  • Trinity Lutheran College (80%)
  • University of Washington-Bothell Campus (70%)
  • Northwest University (51%)
  • Lake Washington Institute of Technology (32%)
  • Shoreline Community College (32%)

Students in Everett have a good amount of options to choose from, with large and small colleges close at hand offering community, private and public school experiences.

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