San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) has been ranked among the most affordable online out-of-state colleges in the United States., a higher education data collection and analysis website, recently released its annual ranking of the least-expensive online out-of-state colleges, ranking SBVC third in the country.  
In a typical academic year, most SBVC students receive financial aid grants and scholarships, and over 97% avoid taking on any student loan debt while attending. With nearly $33 million in grants, scholarships, and other financial aid distributed annually, SBVC students can access high-quality, affordable education that propels them into high-paying careers. SBVC President Diana Z. Rodriguez said the college has prioritized providing an affordable and accessible education for students of San Bernardino and the Inland Empire.  
“San Bernardino Valley College is honored to be recognized as one of the best in terms of value for education in the nation,” said Rodriguez. “We strive to ensure a level of educational excellence in programs and services at SBVC, and are committed to helping students with limited resources meet their educational expenses, both in-state and out-of-state.” uses freely available data collected by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Center of Education Statistics to generate relevant statistics and content to help students make informed decisions when choosing a college. 
“Our mission is to ensure that all students who truly wish to achieve their educational and career goals with us here at SBVC are able to do so, regardless of their income,” Rodriguez said. “We are proud to be the most affordable community college in the state, and make our communities as equitable and accessible as possible.” 
The college also offers an array of workstudy, financial aid, scholarships and grants for full and part time students. For information about admission and financial aid opportunities at SBVC, visit