Farmington, Connecticut (CT) Colleges and Universities

There are 47 schools within a 25-mile radius of Farmington, Connecticut. To find out more about some of them, check out data on location, student population size, net price, and graduation rate.

If you're looking to pursue your education at a school in or around Farmington, Connecticut, you can narrow down your options by examining data on local schools from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

Closest Schools to Farmington, Connecticut

In the central Connecticut town of Farmington, there is only one postsecondary school. However, because the town is located within the greater Hartford metropolitan area, there are many private and public universities that aren't far away. Take a look at the five non-specialty schools that are the shortest distance from the center of Farmington.

  • Tunxis Community College (0.0 miles)
  • Charter Oak State College (3.8 miles)
  • Central Connecticut State University (4.7 miles)
  • University of Hartford (6.1 miles)
  • University of Saint Joseph (6.1 miles)

Largest Schools Near Farmington, Connecticut

Larger colleges and universities may be able to provide students with more educational resources and extracurricular activities. The five largest schools near Farmington are all mid-size institutions. The NCES reports combined graduate and undergraduate populations of over 6,000 for each of these institutions.

  • Central Connecticut State University (12,086 students)
  • Quinnipiac University (9,654 students)
  • Post University (7,429 students)
  • Naugatuck Valley Community College (6,976 students)
  • University of Hartford (6,912 students)

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  • Education
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  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
  • Mechanic and Repair Technologies
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Schools with Lowest Net Price

A school's net price is determined by subtracting the average financial aid award from the total cost of attendance for a full-time undergraduate student. As of the 2014-2015 academic year, these five Farmington-area schools were the most affordable.

  • Manchester Community College ($3,981 per year)
  • Middlesex Community College ($4,437 per year)
  • Northwestern Connecticut Community College ($5,523 per year)
  • Naugatuck Community College ($6,196 per year)
  • University of Connecticut-Tri-Campus ($6,442 per year)

Schools with Highest Graduation Rates

If you are particularly concerned about finishing your degree on time, you may want to consider the graduation rates at the schools you are considering. According to the NCES, the graduation rate is the percentage of full-time undergraduate students who finished their chosen programs within 150% of the normal completion time. Take a look at the five schools in the Farmington area that reported high graduation rates for students who finished in 2015.

  • Wesleyan University (94%)
  • Trinity College (86%)
  • Quinnipiac University (76%)
  • Branford Hall Career Institute - Windsor Campus (64%)
  • Branford Hall Career Institute - Southington Campus (62%)

In conclusion, NCES information about the schools in the Farmington area -- including their sizes, costs and graduation rates -- can help you make a well-informed decision about your educational future.


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