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Baltimore, Maryland (MD) Colleges and Universities

There are 53 public and private institutions located within a 25-mile radius of Baltimore, Maryland. By looking at several different statistical categories, get to know some of the schools that might suit your needs.

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There are many schools to choose from in the Baltimore area, including several community colleges and state universities. To guide you in your decision-making process, data is provided by the National Center for Education Statistics concerning proximity, student populations, net prices, and graduation rates.

Closest Schools to Baltimore, Maryland

The schools nearest Baltimore, Maryland, offer certificate, undergraduate, and graduate level programs. In addition, two universities are conveniently located within the city itself. If you want to study within a 4-mile distance of downtown Baltimore, the closest schools in the area are:

  • University of Baltimore (located downtown)
  • University of Maryland, Baltimore (located downtown)
  • Johns Hopkins University (2.5 miles from downtown)
  • Coppin State University (2.9 miles from downtown)
  • Morgan State University (3.9 miles from downtown)

Largest Schools Near Baltimore, Maryland

John Hopkins University, a 4-year private not-for-profit institution, had the largest student population in Baltimore, Maryland. In Fall 2014, it enrolled 22,686 students. Out of the total student population, undergraduates numbered 6,427. The next five schools that also had large student populations are all public universities and community colleges.

  • Towson University (22,284 students; 19,049 undergraduates)
  • The Community College of Baltimore County (22,179 students; all undergraduates)
  • Anne Arundel Community College (14,689 students; all undergraduates)
  • University of Maryland-Baltimore County (13,839 students; 11,243 undergraduates)
  • Howard Community College (9,632 students; all undergraduates)

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Lowest Net Price

The NCES calculates each school's net price by subtracting the average amount of financial aid a full-time undergraduate student is awarded from the total cost of attending the school. Although the most expensive school in Baltimore had a net price of more than $34,000 for the 2014-2015 school year, there were also several less expensive options that fall below $10,000.

  • Harford Community College ($3,224)
  • Baltimore City Community College ($5,951)
  • Howard Community College ($7,239)
  • The Community College of Baltimore County ($8,376)
  • Coppin State University ($9,043)

Highest Graduation Rate

The success rate of potential schools might be another important factor for prospective students. The graduation rate is calculated by the NCES based on the percentage of students who complete their degree programs within 150% of 'normal time' (e.g. 6 years for a bachelor's degree). In 2015, the schools with the highest graduation rates in Baltimore included:

  • Johns Hopkins University (94%)
  • United States Naval Academy (86%)
  • Loyola University Maryland (81%)
  • Towson University (70%)
  • Goucher College (69%)

The information provided by the NCES concerning school distances, enrollment numbers, graduation rates, and net prices can guide you in deciding where to pursue your studies in Baltimore, Maryland.

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