Pablo, MT

Salish Kootenai College

www.skc.edu/ ⟶

Graduation Rate
22%
Tuition (In-State)
$6,399
Acceptance Rate
N/A
Enrollment
619
The mission of Salish Kootenai College is to provide quality post-secondary educational opportunities and support for Native Americans, locally and from throughout the United States, to achieve their academic and career goals. The College will perpetuate the cultures of the Selis, Ksanka, and Qlispe’ peoples. The College will impact its community through service and research.

Costs and Financial Aid

$17,319
Tuition
$6,399
Room and Board
$7,020
Books and Supplies
$1,500
Other Expenses
$2,400

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$17,319
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$6,890
Estimated Annual Cost
Estimated annual cost generated from the Department of Education. Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$22,503
Tuition
$11,583
Room and Board
$7,020
Books and Supplies
$1,500
Other Expenses
$2,400

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$22,503
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$6,890
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$15,231
Tuition
$4,311
Room and Board
$7,020
Books and Supplies
$1,500
Other Expenses
$2,400

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$15,231
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$6,890
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
Federal Grants
56%
$3,686
State/Local Grants
35%
$3,117
Institutional Grants
46%
$1,747
Loans
9%
$4,553

Percent Receiving Aid and Average Aid Amount

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Acceptance Rate and Test Scores

Data not available
0%

Acceptance Rate

Data not available

Applicants Submitting Test Scores

Data not available
0-0
SAT
Verbal
0-0
SAT
Math
0-0
ACT
Composite

Typical Test Scores of Admitted Students

Diversity and Demographics

619
Students
95% Undergrad
5% Graduate

Degree Type

74% Full-time
26% Part-time

Full-time vs Part-time Status

591
Undergrad
Students
71% Female
29% Male

Gender Ratio

American Indian or Alaskan Native
73%
Asian or Pacific Islander
1%
Black
1%
Hispanic
1%
White
24%
Unknown
0%
Non-resident
0%

Race and Ethnicity of Undergrad Students

Graduation Rate and Most Popular Majors

22%
4 years

Graduation Rate

Business Administration and Management, General
8
Psychology, General
5
Forest Resources Production and Management
5
Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology
5
Social Work
3

Most Popular Majors and Number of Graduates

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