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Looking to study on the West Coast? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable Colleges On The West Coast. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
Alaska
$27,102 / year
$27,102 / year
Washington
$21,296 / year
$26,676 / year
Hawaii
$13,190 / year
$13,190 / year
California
$10,852 / year
$22,732 / year
California
$14,664 / year
$26,544 / year
California
$12,544 / year
$24,424 / year
California
$14,959 / year
$26,839 / year
California
$25,925 / year
$37,805 / year
Washington
$10,135 / year
$25,116 / year
Washington
$19,722 / year
$20,171 / year
Washington
$18,583 / year
$20,264 / year
Oregon
$13,342 / year
$25,987 / year
Nevada
$14,818 / year
$22,173 / year
Washington
$18,491 / year
$18,940 / year
California
$12,048 / year
$21,552 / year
California
$22,790 / year
$22,790 / year
California
$21,680 / year
$21,680 / year
Oregon
$20,700 / year
$20,700 / year
Washington
$9,562 / year
$9,562 / year
Washington
$19,440 / year
$19,921 / year
Hawaii
$24,850 / year
$24,850 / year
Washington
$18,301 / year
$18,743 / year
California
$15,570 / year
$15,570 / year
Washington
$18,270 / year
$18,270 / year
California
$6,644 / year
$12,260 / year
Washington
$17,800 / year
$20,684 / year
Alaska
$10,544 / year
$24,680 / year
Hawaii
$11,676 / year
$24,636 / year
Washington
$8,724 / year
$21,602 / year
California
$19,278 / year
$19,278 / year
Washington
$32,025 / year
$32,025 / year
Oregon
$19,340 / year
$19,340 / year
Washington
$12,087 / year
$26,323 / year
Washington
$9,818 / year
$10,240 / year
Washington
$12,886 / year
$28,300 / year
Washington
$16,855 / year
$17,299 / year