12,302 square miles, serving Spokane, Ferry, Stevens, Pend Oreille and portions of Lincoln Counties in eastern Washington
CAMPUSES (Fall 2011)
Spokane Community College
4,546 full-time students (taking 12 or more credits)
Students’ average age: 29.2 years
Spokane Falls Community College
4,338 full-time students (taking 12 or more credits)
Students’ average age: 25.6 years
Institute for Extended Learning
Offering credit and noncredit community college classes at more than 100 locations throughout Eastern Washington
2,009 full-time students (taking 12 or more credits)
Students’ average age: 40.8 years
Full-time students (taking 12 or more credits): 10,814
Students by unduplicated headcount: 18,058
20% (SCC) | 19% (SFCC) | 49.9% (IEL)
48.1% (SCC) | 38.2% (SFCC) | 8.7% (IEL)
Students with documented disabilities
3.6% (SCC) | 4.3% (SFCC) | 2.6% (IEL)
17,.4% (SCC) |9.6% (SFCC) | 13.8% (IEL)
6.8% (SCC) | 5.6% (SFCC) | 0.9% (IEL)
25.7% (SCC) | 67.6% (SFCC) | 20.8% (IEL)
71.5% (SCC) | 26.9% (SFCC) | 24.7% (IEL)
Almost one-half of all students attending CCS qualify for some type of financial aid.
On average, more than $50 million in financial aid is distributed to CCS students annually.
CCS Foundation awarded scholarships to 1,196 students, totalling $393,586, for the 2011-12 school year.
GRADUATES (as of May 2012)
AA/Transfer and associate of fine arts degrees: 1,130
AAS degrees, professional certificates and third-year diplomas: 1,540
Adult education certificates (GED, ESL, High School Completion, etc.): 593
FACULTY & STAFF (Fall 2010)
Full-time faculty: 620
Part-time faculty: 496
Part-time hourly staff: 377
SERVICES FOR CHILDREN
Community Colleges of Spokane operates one of the state’s largest early childhood education and child care programs, enrolling
- 669 children in Head Start programs at nine sites
- 643 children in the state’s Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) at 16 sites
- 210 children in Early Head Start programs at seven sites.
In addition, more than 300 families are enrolled in 11 Parent Cooperative Preschool s coordinated through the Institute for Extended Learning
$3,372 annually for a full-time student taking 15 credits for three quarters; other tuition schedules may apply. (Does not include fees, books, supplies, transportation or living expenses).
|OPERATING BUDGET (2010-11): $85.71 million