National Paralegal College News

State institution: These 4-year Arizona schools attract the fewest in-state students

National Paralegal College enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year Arizona schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

State institution: These 4-year U.S. schools attract the fewest in-state students

National Paralegal College enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year schools in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

National Paralegal College enrolls 754 undergrads

At National Paralegal College, 84 percent of undergraduate students are nontraditional students - age 25 or older - and 89 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

Cost of college was unchanged for all students at National Paralegal College

Tuition and fees was unchanged for 2017-18 at National Paralegal College, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

The price of education: Which 4-year Arizona schools charge the lowest in-state tuition?

Arizona residents attending four-year schools pay the lowest in-state tuition at Dine College, Western International University and Arizona State University - ASU Colleges at Lake Havasu City, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal da

The price of education: Which Arizona schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

Arizona residents pay the highest in-state tuition at Brookline College-Phoenix, Carrington College-Phoenix East and Universal Technical Institute of Arizona Inc, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Graduates earn 290 degrees, certificates from National Paralegal College

About 100 percent of the 290 degrees and certificates handed out by the National Paralegal College in 2016-17 were to students in Legal Professions and Studies programs, making them the most popular programs that year, according to the latest disclosure

41,648 borrowers in default on student loans after attending Arizona schools

University of Phoenix reported the largest share of borrowers who defaulted on school loans they started repaying in 2014, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

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