Colleges and Universities

Community (2 year) Colleges with campus housing
Most community colleges in the United States do not offer on-campus housing for students. These institutions were established primarily to provide low-cost education for students who commute from their homes. However, there is an increasing trend toward offering dormitories on these campuses, particularly because increased costs are causing more students who would typically enroll in a traditional four-year college to attend a two-year school instead.

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College2802 Moore Hwy Tifton GA 31793

  • (229) 391-5001
Allegany College of Maryland
Allegany College of Maryland12401 Willowbrook Rd SE Cumberland MD 21502

  • (301) 784-5000
Andrew College
Andrew College501College St Cuthbert GA 39840

  • (229) 732-2171
Arizona Western College
Arizona Western College2020 S. Avenue 8E Yuma AZ 85365

  • (928) 317-6000
Barton County Community College
Barton County Community College245 NE 30th Road Great Bend KS 67530

  • (620) 792-2701
Butte College
Butte College3536 Butte Campus Drive Oroville CA 95965

  • (530) 895-2511
Casper College
Casper College125 College Dr Casper WY 82601

  • (307) 268-2110
College of Central Florida
College of Central Florida3001 SW College Rd Ocala FL 34474

  • (352) 873-5800
Cerro Coso Community College
Cerro Coso Community College3000 College Heightts Blvd Ridgecrest CA 93555

  • (760) 384-6100
Coffeyville Community College
Coffeyville Community College400 W 11th St Coffeyville KS 67337

  • (620) 251-7700
   
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