Colleges & universities in the Austin area

Colleges & Universities within a 60-mile radius
ENROLLMENT
FALL 2018
GRADUATES, YR. ENDING JUNE 2019
UNDER
GRAD
CERT
ASSOCBACHMASTDOCPOST
GRAD
CERT
FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTIONS
Art Institute of Austin
546
1
10
95


Concordia University
2,568
360
344

DeVry University
55

3
23
10


Huston-Tillotson University
1,119

4
209
1

National American University
213
13
14
13



St. Edward’s University
4,301

982
183

1
South University
333

17
52
11


Southwestern University
1,434


332



Texas A&M Central Texas[1]
2,464


595
188


Texas Lutheran University
1,443


273
35


Texas State University
38,644


7,318
1,381
95
89
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
3,888


646
123
58

University of Texas at Austin
51,832
1,215

10,098
2,997
1,302
10
Western Governors University Texas
1,380


197
118


TWO-YEAR INSTITUTIONS
Austin Community College
40,799
1,024
3,799




Central Texas College
16,073
661
3,306




College of Healthcare Professions
435
280
6




CyberTex Inst. of Technology
217
252





Recording Conservatory of Austin
41
16





Southern Careers Institute
596
432
22




Temple College[2]
4,911
159
651




Texas State Technical College
338






Grand Total
173,630
4,053
7,832
21,193
5,391
1,455
100

[1]Texas A&M Central Texas’ main campus is in Kileen, 58 miles from central Austin. An undergraduate business program is offered at the East Williamson County Higher Education Center in Hutto.

[2]Temple College’s main campus is 60 miles from Central Austin. The college also has a centers at the East Williamson County Higher Education Centers in Hutto and Taylor.

Note: Strayer University, the University of Phoenix, and Vista College have campuses in the Austin area, however, these schools do not report campus-level enrollment and completions to the NCES. Completions for DeVry University are for 2018.

Source: U.S. National Center for Education Statistics.

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