Find a College by State

When searching for a college, it may be helpful to consider schools from a variety of states that best meet the criteria of the degree and programs you are interested in.

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Get Information on Colleges and Universities in Each of the 50 States

Each of the 50 states in America has several accredited colleges and universities you can attend.  In fact, there are nearly 7,000 Title IV colleges and universities in America according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).  Some postsecondary schools in the states only offer undergraduate degrees like Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees while other schools also offer graduate degrees like Master’s and Doctorate degrees.  Regardless of where you live or desire to relocate, temporarily or permanently, to complete your postsecondary education you can find a school that prepares you to gain employment and work in your passion field.

If you’re curious about the history of states you’re thinking about in enrolling in college or university at, extracurricular activities offered by postsecondary schools and other organizations in the states, major athletic teams you can join or support and types of degrees offered at accredited schools located throughout the country, you’ve come to the right place.  Here you can get data for many schools within all 50 states plus the District of Columbia.  Information on famous alumni and residents in each state is also available here.  For example, you’ll learn:

  • Major industries in states
  • Top employers you can get jobs with after you graduate from college or university
  • Date each state was founded (might be especially helpful to you if you’re a history or political science major)
  • Undergraduate and graduate degrees you can get to complement the states’ major industries
  • Which states produced the most Presidents and Vice Presidents
  • Two and four-year colleges and universities operating in each state
  • Listing of for-profit postsecondary schools operating in each state

Find Information on Accredited Colleges and Universities Around the Country

Generally, each of the schools covered here is accredited by a national, regional and/or local accrediting agency like the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, the American Bar Association, Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar and the Association for Biblical Higher Education, Commission on Accreditation.  The schools are also generally authorized to accept federal financial aid and conduct annual or semi-annual commencement exercises.

By learning about various undergraduate and graduate degrees, subjects you can major and/or minor in, student enrollment sizes and professor to student ratios in different states, you can open up your higher education options.  You can also find out which states have the larger numbers of accredited colleges and universities offering distance learning and classroom programs.  Fortunately, with the advent of the Internet, you can learn these and other school based facts from the comforts of your own home at times that best suit your personal schedule.

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