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San Antonio, Texas (TX) Colleges and Universities

There are 26 colleges and universities within San Antonio that offer associate's, bachelor's, and advanced degree programs. Read about these schools through the lens of various factors you may have in mind for comparing them, from proximity to San Antonio, to graduation rates for undergraduate students.

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The San Antonio area is filled with collegiate options for prospective students, from private and public universities to local community colleges. This article provides a detailed overview of these schools by summarizing statistics provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) to help you choose the best option for your own educational needs.

Closest Schools to San Antonio, TX

Location may be an important factor for those who are weighing their options for postsecondary schools. Close proximity to a metropolitan area like San Antonio may affect your transportation methods or living environment in general. The following schools are all located in San Antonio in various parts of the city.

  • St. Philip's College (1.9 miles from downtown)
  • Our Lady of the Lake University (2.0 miles from downtown)
  • San Antonio College (2.4 miles from downtown)
  • Trinity University (2.4 miles from downtown)
  • University of the Incarnate Word (4.7 miles from downtown)

Largest Schools Near San Antonio, TX

Many prospective students like to keep in mind the population of the schools they are planning to attend, whether it be for getting a good idea for the student-teacher ratio of each school, or simply wanting to feel a part of a larger community. The schools with the largest student populations are as follows:

  • The University of Texas at San Antonio (28,787 students)
  • San Antonio College (20,640 students)
  • Northwest Vista College (16,656 students)
  • St. Philip's College (11,198 students)
  • Palo Alto College (8,671 students)

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Lowest Net Price

The average net price for attending a school is determined by the NCES through subtracting financial aid awarded from the total cost of attendance. Be aware that these figures are reflective of full-time undergraduate students.

  • St. Philip's College ($6,349)
  • Palo Alto College ($6,446)
  • Northwest Vista College ($6,744)
  • San Antonio College ($6,843)
  • The University of Texas at San Antonio ($11,004)

Highest Graduation Rate

The NCES calculates this overall rate based on the portion of full-time, undergraduate students who complete their programs within 150% of the 'normal time' (e.g. six years for a bachelor's degree or three years for an associate's degree). The following list provides the graduation rates of the public and private institutions with the highest graduation rates in 2015.

  • Trinity University (83%)
  • Career Point College (76%)
  • University of the Incarnate Word (54%)
  • St. Mary's University (52%)
  • Baptist University of the Americas (45%)

In conclusion, San Antonio has plenty of traditional colleges and universities located throughout the city that may meet whatever criteria you have for considering postsecondary schools.

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