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Tuition and fees per year
Average tuition costs at Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting
are close to the nationwide median - about $11,000 a year.
The chart below shows Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting tuition costs and additional fees compared to the competing and nearby colleges:
Anunual Tuition and Fees in Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting and Competing Colleges
Books and Supplies
The average cost of books and additional supplies required to study at Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting is $800 a year, which is a good bargain if compared to other colleges in California.
If you are planning to file your FAFSA application for Federal Student Aid, the college code for Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting is 015461. Please verify
this code before using it with your FAFSA application.
Federal Student Aid is an office of the US Department of Education, which provides grants and loans to eligible applicants. To meet minimum eligibility requirements you will need to have a valid Social Security number and high school diploma or GED certificate.
Repaying Your School Loans
The government reported that the median federal student loan amount for Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting is approximately $8,000.
At the same time, 20.5% of the recent Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting graduates have failed to maintain their federal student loan repayments. This rate of loan repayment defaults (20.5%) is pretty high and might lead to a conclusion that Sierra Valley College of Court Reporting graduates have limited career perspectives.
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