Who We Are By the Numbers

Fall 2014 Enrollment All Students Headcount


State Supported Student Headcount


Fall 2014 Facts:

Male 43%
Female 57%
Average Age: 28.3
African American  3%
Asian or Pacific Islander  8%
Caucasian 60%
Hispanic 9%
Multi-racial/International 7%
Native American/Alaskan Native 1%
International 3%


Kind of Student:
Transfer 46%
Workforce 39%
Basic Skills 8%
Other 7%
Thurston County 86%
Mason County 4%
Grays Harbor County 2%
Lewis County 2%
Other and International 5%
Fall Student-Faculty Ratio
State Suppported 17.96
All Students 22.23
Fall Financial Aid Awarded
Federal Loans, Grants and Other $2,731,311
State Loans, Grants and Other $1,234,421
Institutional Grants and Scholarships $  545,027


2014-15 Annual Data

Estimated Student Expenses:
In-State Tuition and Fees $4,321
Out-of-State Tuition and Fees  $9,556
Books and Supplies   $1,030
Other expenses $3,140

Initial Operations Budget  


*Sources include SBCTC data warehouse, SBCTC website, IPEDS, and SPSCC Budgeting Dept.

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