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Between universities, state colleges and satellite campuses, this region makes higher education learning limitless

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Eastern Washington University

Cheney - State university

Full-time students: 12,791

Grad students: 1,113

Tuition: $7,961 for state resident undergraduates

Room and board: $9,015

Average GPA of incoming freshmen: 3.24

Average SAT of incoming freshmen: 965.68

Average ACT of incoming freshmen: 20.40

The iconic red turf of its football field has put EWU on the national map, and its diversified academic offerings include 135 fields of study, including innovative disciplines like forensic science, biotechnology and urban planning.


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Eastern Washington University Spokane

Spokane - State university

Full-time students: 2,000

Grad students: 600

Tuition: $7,961 for state resident undergraduates

EWU Spokane has growing offerings in the health sciences, with existing programs such as dental hygiene, occupational therapy, physical therapy and communication disorders, as well as a new College of Health Science and Public Health opening this fall.


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Gonzaga University

Spokane - Jesuit university

Full-time students: 4,896

Grad students: 2,211

Tuition: $36,040

Room and board: $9,906

Average GPA of incoming freshmen: 3.75

Average SAT of incoming freshmen: 1210

Average ACT of incoming freshmen: 27

Gonzaga and the rest of Spokane are fiercely loyal to their Bulldogs basketball, but the university has a strong academic side, including its school of law and an expanded list of masters programs.


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Lewis-Clark State College

Lewiston, Idaho - State college

Full-time students: 2,962

Tuition: $5,900 for state residents; $9,132 for Asotin County residents; $16,418 for non-residents

Room and board: $6,794

Average GPA of incoming freshmen: 2.99

Average SAT of incoming freshmen: 934.25

Average ACT of incoming freshmen: 19.45

For a public college, Lewis-Clark offers small class sizes, and their undergraduate instruction includes both liberal arts and sciences as well as professional and technical programs.


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Moody Bible Institute Spokane

Spokane - Bible college

Full-time students: 600

Tuition: $8,970

Average GPA of incoming freshmen: 3.15

Average SAT of incoming freshmen: 1032

Average ACT of incoming freshmen: 27

Moody's main campus is in Chicago, but Moody Spokane offers six bachelor of arts degrees and two degrees in missionary aviation at Moody's only campus with an aviation program.


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Park University

Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash. - Private university

Full-time students: 150

Tuition: $250 per credit hour

With both in-class and online education, this satellite campus is known for its business management programs, as well as flexibility for the military personnel who make up the majority of the students.


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University of Idaho

Moscow - State university

Full-time students: 8,011

Grad students: 2,484

Tuition: $4,784 for state resident undergraduates; $18,314 for non-resident undergraduates

Room and board: $8,022

Average GPA of incoming freshmen: 3.40

Average SAT of incoming freshmen: 1045

Average ACT of incoming freshmen: 23.0

Idaho's only public law school is offered at U of I, and its numerous undergraduate, graduate and doctorate programs range from agriculture and athletic training to education and arts.


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Washington State University

Pullman - State university

Full-time students: 16,783

Grad students: 2,246

Tuition: $12,428 for state resident undergraduates; $25,510 for non-resident undergraduates

Room and board: $11,276

Average GPA of incoming freshmen: 3.28

Average SAT of incoming freshmen: 1036

At this university best known for its reputable research, students and scholars explore areas such as national security, health and energy alongside more than 200 other fields.


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Washington State University-Spokane

Spokane - State university

Full-time students: 542

Grad students: 741

Tuition: $11,570 for state resident undergraduates; $24,652 for non-resident undergraduates

In January, WSU Spokane opened its new Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building. Last fall, the first class of second-year medical students began classes in the University of Washington School of Medicine program.


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Webster University

Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash.

Private graduate university

Full-time students: 75

Tuition: $400 per credit hour

Average student GPA: 3.4

With four in-classroom masters programs in business and management as well as more than 20 online programs through the school's main campus, Webster offers both military and civilians a flexible, on-base education.


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Whitworth University

Spokane - Presbyterian university

Full-time students: 2,188

Grad students: 230

Tuition: $36,734

Room and board: $10,278

Average GPA of incoming freshmen: 3.73

Average ACT of incoming freshmen: 27

With an 11:1 student-faculty ratio, Whitworth prides itself on having a tight-knit community among students and professors, as well as more than 100 academic programs ranging from theology and art to science and business.


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North Idaho College

Coeur d'Alene - Community college

Full-time students: 3,068

Part-time students: 2,981

Tuition: $2,974

Room and board: $6,600

The lakeside location gives students plenty of options for outdoor activities, and the college's associate degrees in arts, science and applied science make it easy to transfer to other Idaho schools.


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Spokane Community College

Spokane - Community college

Full-time students: 8,293

Part-time students: 10,135

Tuition: $1,323.90 per quarter

SCC has one of the largest technical education divisions in the state but also offers strong humanities programs and hosts events that benefit both students and the community, such as cultural festivals and esteemed guest speakers.


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Spokane Falls Community College

Spokane - Community college

Full-time students: 4,544

Part-time students: 3,498

Tuition: $1,323.90 per quarter

Along with a huge selection of pre-major programs and technical programs, SFCC's fine arts and applied visual arts departments offer programs including music, art, audio engineering, digital media production and theater.

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