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Owings Mills, Maryland (MD) Colleges and Universities

The Owings Mills, MD, area is home to 47 higher education institutions. Discover information for certain schools in the area, including graduation rates and proximity to downtown, to determine which schools might be right for you.

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Learn about data for colleges and universities near Owings Mills, Maryland. Look at graduation rates, net costs, and student populations, based on information from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

Closest Schools to Owings Mills, Maryland

There are numerous schools within a 10-mile radius of downtown Owings Mills. Of the closest schools to this area, one institution is less than four miles away. If you are interested in studying close to the city, look into the following schools:

  • Stevenson University (located 3.3 miles from downtown)
  • Baltimore City Community College (located 7.6 miles from downtown)
  • Goucher College (located 7.7 miles from downtown)
  • Towson University (located 9.0 miles from downtown)
  • Loyola University Maryland (located 9.0 miles from downtown)

Largest Schools Near Owings Mills, Maryland

The five largest institutions in the area are within a 16-mile radius of downtown. Four of them had student populations exceeding 13,000 in 2015. If you are looking to study in a large school, take these institutions into consideration:

  • Johns Hopkins University (22,686 students; 6,427 undergraduates)
  • Towson University (22,284 students; 19,049 undergraduates)
  • The Community College of Baltimore County (22,179 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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  • 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

Lowest Net Price

The NCES calculates net prices by finding the difference between the total program cost for full-time undergraduates and the financial aid they were given. Five institutions had net costs below the $10,000 mark for 2014-2015. Four of those schools are colleges.

  • Carroll Community College ($5,022)
  • 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 NCES calculates percentages for graduation rates using the amount of undergraduates studying full-time who finish their program within 150% of the normal time frame. Of all the schools in the Owings Mills area, twelve institutions had graduation rates of 70% or higher in 2015. The following non-specialty schools had the highest graduation rates, and all of them offer undergraduate and graduate programs:

  • Johns Hopkins University (94% graduation rate)
  • Loyola University Maryland (81% graduation rate)
  • Towson University (70% graduation rate)
  • McDaniel College (70% graduation rate)
  • Goucher College (69% graduation rate)

For students looking for schools with many students, robust graduation rates, and low prices, there are numerous institutions to consider near Owings Mills, Maryland.

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