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Huntington Park, California (CA) Colleges and Universities

There are over 70 schools within 10 miles of Huntington Park, California. Read about the schools with the most program variety, lowest net price, highest graduation rates and lowest student-faculty ratio to find the school for you.

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Prospective college students who reside in or near Huntington Park should have no trouble finding a college in the area that meets their academic needs. In this video, we only profile the more traditional private non-profit or public institutions close to Huntington Park with an assortment of programs, comparing and contrasting them in different categories according to information from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES):

Closest Schools to Huntington Park, California

The area of southern California where Huntington Park is located is part of the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area, so it contains many different types of schools and institutions that prospective students can look into. If you currently live in Huntington Park and would like to apply to places with shorter commutes, these five schools have the closest commutes to your area:

  • University of Southern California (5.0 miles from Huntington Park)
  • Mount Saint Mary's University-Doheny Campus (5.4 miles from Huntington Park)
  • El Camino College-Compton Center (5.8 miles from Huntington Park)
  • Los Angeles Southwest College (5.9 miles from Huntington Park)
  • East Los Angeles College (6.1 miles from Huntington Park)

Largest Schools near Huntington Park, California

Being situated in one of the largest urban areas in the country, it's no surprise that Huntington Park is also located within close distance to several larger universities featuring student populations over 35,000. If school size is important to you, these following five schools have the largest student bodies near Huntington Park:

  • University of Southern California (43,401 students)
  • University of California-Los Angeles (41,908 students)
  • California State University-Northridge (41,548 students)
  • California State University-Fullerton (38,948 students)
  • California State University-Long Beach (37,446 students)

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  • Agriculture
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  • Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Business
  • Communications and Journalism
  • Computer Sciences
  • Culinary Arts and Personal Services
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Legal
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
  • Mechanic and Repair Technologies
  • Medical and Health Professions
  • Physical Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Transportation and Distribution
  • Visual and Performing Arts

Schools with Lowest Net Price

When looking at the overall price of a certain school, you can determine a school's net price by finding the average cost of attendance for that school and subtracting the average amount of financial aid given to full-time undergrads. The NCES lists the following five Huntington Park schools as having the lowest net prices in 2015:

  • Los Angeles ORT College-Van Nuys Campus ($1,088)
  • California State University-Los Angeles ($3,160)
  • California State University-Dominguez Hills ($3,764)
  • Glendale Community College ($3,785)
  • Mt San Antonio College ($4,042)

Schools with Highest Graduation Rates

The NCES gathers information on a school's graduation rate by taking the percentage of a school's full-time undergraduate population who completes a specific degree program no longer than 150% of the standard amount of time. These five schools near Huntington Park with the highest graduation rates are:

  • University of Southern California (92% graduation rate)
  • University of California-Los Angeles (91% graduation rate)
  • Los Angeles ORT College-Van Nuys Campus (88% graduation rate)
  • Occidental College (88% graduation rate)
  • Chapman University (79% graduation rate)

If you are applying for schools in an area as large and populated as the Huntington Park area, it's a good idea to make sure that you have looked into these kinds of factors before making any final decisions on where to apply.

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