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Saint Louis, Missouri (MO) Colleges and Universities

There are 53 schools within 25 miles of the city of Saint Louis, including two-year, four-year and specialty schools. Learn about the schools with closest campuses, highest graduation rates, lowest net prices, and largest student bodies to find the school for you.

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Students looking to attend college in St. Louis, Missouri, have choices that include 2-year community colleges, public state universities and private colleges with national stature. Learn about the city's schools based on data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES):

Closest Schools to Saint Louis, Missouri

As one of the major cities in the American Midwest, Saint Louis is unsurprisingly located within close proximity to numerous colleges, universities and other types of postsecondary specialty schools. If you are living in Saint Louis and would like to apply to a school with a short commute, these five schools have the closest campuses to your area:

  • Saint Louis Community College (0.5 miles)
  • Harris-Stowe State University (1.3 miles)
  • Saint Louis University (1.3 miles)
  • Ranken Technical College (3.4 miles)
  • Fontbonne University (7.4 miles)

Largest Schools Near Saint Louis, Missouri

If you would like to attend a large school, the Saint Louis area contains several institutions with student populations over 14,000. According to the NCES, these schools have the largest student bodies in the area:

  • Saint Louis Community College (18,902 students)
  • Saint Louis University (17,047students)
  • University of Missouri-St Louis (16,738 students)
  • Webster University (15,256 students)
  • Washington University in St Louis (14,688 students)

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  • Computer Sciences
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  • 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 a school's net price by subtracting the average financial aid package given to full-time undergrads from the average cost of attendance. In the Saint Louis area, the schools that had the lowest net prices in the 2014-2015 academic year were:

  • Saint Louis Community College ($7,453)
  • University of Missouri-St Louis ($8,158)
  • Harris-Stowe State University ($9,172)
  • Saint Louis Christian College ($14,423)
  • Ranken Technical College ($15,616)

Highest Graduation Rate

A school's NCES graduation rate refers to the percentage of the full-time undergrad population that graduates within 150% of the standard time length for their degrees. The following schools had the highest graduation rates for 2015:

  • Washington University in St Louis (93% graduation rate)
  • Hickey College (75% graduation rate)
  • Missouri College (74% graduation rate)
  • Maryville University of Saint Louis (71% graduation rate)
  • Saint Louis University (71% graduation rate)

Factors like campus location, school size, net price and graduation rate are extremely helpful for any prospective student looking at different educational options in an urban environment such as Saint Louis.

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