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Seven Hills, Ohio (OH) Colleges and Universities

If you are searching for a school in the vicinity of Seven Hills, Ohio, there are 14 public and private not-for-profit schools to choose from within a 25-mile radius. Read about the top schools in several categories to find the school for you.

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Take a look at how the traditional (non-specialty) not-for-profit colleges and universities in the Seven Hills area compare to each other in several different areas, such as lowest net price and highest graduation rates. These comparisons were made using data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

Closest Schools to Seven Hills, Ohio

While the only not-for-profit school located within the Seven Hills city limits is a specialty school that focuses on nursing, there are several colleges and universities located nearby. The closest five schools include a mix of 2-year and 4-year schools::

  • Remington College - Cleveland Campus (3.2 miles)
  • Polaris Career Center (6.5 miles)
  • Cleveland State University (7.6 miles)
  • Cuyahoga Community College District (7.6 miles)
  • Case Western Reserve University (8.9 miles)

Largest Schools Near Seven Hills, Ohio

School populations in the area range from under 200 students to over 30,000. If you are interested in attending one of the largest schools in the area, here are the top five:

  • Kent State University at Kent (30,067 students; 23,607 undergraduates)
  • Cuyahoga Community College District (25,449 students, all undergraduates)
  • University of Akron Main Campus (23,101 students; 19,093 undergraduates)
  • Cleveland State University (16,915 students; 12,101 undergraduates)
  • Lorain County Community College (11,520 students; all undergraduates)

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Lowest Net Price

In order to determine a school's net price, NCES subtracts the average financial aid package awarded to in-state undergraduate students from the school's total cost of attendance for undergraduate students. Within the Seven Hills area, the average net price for all traditional, not-for-profit schools ranged between $2,996 and $31,356, according to the 2014-2015 statistics from the NCES. The five schools with the lowest net prices in the Seven Hills area are as follows:

  • Lorain County Community College ($2,996)
  • Cuyahoga Community College District ($4,705)
  • Lakeland Community College ($8,145)
  • Ursuline College ($15,034)
  • Cleveland State University ($15,937)

Highest Graduation Rate

The NCES determines graduation rates by examining how many full-time undergraduate students finish their programs within 150% of normal time. The five institutions in the Seven Hills area with the highest graduation rates, as of 2015, are presented below:

  • Polaris Career Center (90%)
  • Case Western Reserve University (81%)
  • John Carroll University (73%)
  • Baldwin Wallace University (67%)
  • Kent State University at Kent (56%)

As you can see, there are many schools to choose from near Seven Hills, Ohio, and these school offer a wide range of student populations, net prices, and graduation rates.

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