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Looking to study on the West Coast? Prefer an urban setting, with a city as an extension of campus? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable Urban Colleges On The West Coast. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Alaska
$20,350 / year
$20,350 / year
Washington
$3,727 / year
$9,118 / year
California
$33,930 / year
$33,930 / year
California
$5,742 / year
$17,622 / year
California
$5,742 / year
$17,622 / year
Hawaii
$26,800 / year
$26,800 / year
California
$37,250 / year
$37,250 / year
Oregon
$33,190 / year
$33,190 / year
Washington
$32,964 / year
$32,964 / year
California
$32,954 / year
$32,954 / year
Hawaii
$28,800 / year
$28,800 / year
California
$34,218 / year
$34,218 / year
California
$10,920 / year
$10,920 / year
California
$29,340 / year
$29,340 / year
Oregon
$27,370 / year
$27,370 / year
Oregon
$14,520 / year
$14,520 / year
Washington
$3,726 / year
$9,117 / year
Oregon
$9,846 / year
$29,455 / year
Hawaii
$11,400 / year
$11,400 / year
Washington
$3,726 / year
$4,180 / year
California
$37,600 / year
$37,600 / year
Oregon
$8,471 / year
$27,360 / year
California
$32,546 / year
$32,546 / year
California
$5,742 / year
$17,622 / year
California
$5,742 / year
$17,622 / year
California
$32,700 / year
$32,700 / year
Washington
$3,600 / year
$6,484 / year
Alaska
$7,224 / year
$23,072 / year
Nevada
$7,268 / year
$22,922 / year
Oregon
$11,460 / year
$36,912 / year
Washington
$10,629 / year
$37,998 / year
Washington
$10,629 / year
$37,998 / year
Oregon
$18,900 / year
$18,900 / year
Washington
$3,768 / year
$4,182 / year
Washington
$7,377 / year
$24,135 / year
Washington
$4,230 / year
$4,691 / year