There are 18 community colleges and universities in New Mexico enrolling 64,018 students.
How many junior colleges are in New Mexico?
There are 18 colleges and universities in New Mexico enrolling 64,018 students. Explore the list below to find the college match for you.
Which state has the most community colleges?
Number of Institutions
- Across the United States there are 1,462 community colleges. Of these, 1,047 are public institutions and 415 private. ( …
- In 2000-01 the states with the largest number of public community colleges were California, Texas, North Carolina, Illinois, and New York. (
What is the number 1 community college in California?
California’s community colleges make up the largest higher education system in the U.S. About 2.1 million students attend 116 community colleges in California.
Top 10 Community Colleges in California.
|#1||Las Positas College Livermore, CA|
|#2||College of San Mateo San Mateo, CA|
|#3||Irvine Valley College Irvine, CA|
What is the average cost of community college?
Community colleges are primarily two-year public institutions but some schools also award four-year degrees and there are private community colleges. According to Community College Review, the average cost of community college is $4,864 (in-state) and $8,622 (out-of-state) per year for public community colleges.
Do any community colleges have dorms?
About 28 percent of all community colleges offer on-campus housing, even though only one percent of community college students live on campus. Public two-year colleges with residential housing are spread across most of the United States, but the number of dorms in each state and dorm capacity varies.
Does Santa Fe have a university?
The following is a list of colleges and universities in the U.S. state of New Mexico.
|School||Santa Fe Community College|
|Location(s)||Santa Fe (Main)|
|Enrollment (Fall 2018)||4,207|
Are there any universities in Santa Fe?
There are 4 colleges in Santa Fe and 35 colleges within 200 miles enrolling a total of 114,057 students. … The top rated college in the area is New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in Socorro. The largest college in the area is University of New Mexico Main Campus enrolling 24,319 students.