List of For-profit Universities and Colleges - in The United States

In The United States

Many for-profit institutions are subsidiaries of larger parent companies such as the Apollo Group, Career Education Corporation, Corinthian Colleges, Inc., DeVry, Inc., and Laureate Education.

  • Academy of Art University – San Francisco, California
  • Allied College – Maryland Heights, Missouri and Fenton, Missouri
  • Allied American University – Laguna Hills, California
  • American Career College – Los Angeles, California
  • American College of Education – Illinois
  • American InterContinental University – multiple locations
  • Anthem Institute – formerly the Chubb Institute; multiple locations
  • Antonelli College – multiple locations
  • Argosy University – multiple locations
  • The Art Institutes – multiple locations; not to be confused with University of The Arts
  • Ashford University – Clinton, Iowa
  • Ashmead College – multiple locations
  • Banner College – Arlington, Virginia
  • Banner Institute – Chicago
  • Berkeley College – New York and New Jersey; not to be confused with University of California, Berkeley, Berklee School of Music or the Berkeley College at Yale University
  • Blair College – Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Brooks Institute of Photography – multiple locations
  • Brown College – Mendota Heights, Minnesota; not to be confused with Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island
  • Brown Mackie College – multiple locations
  • Bryant & Stratton College – multiple locations
  • Bryman College – multiple locations; not to be confused with The Bryman School in Arizona
  • Bryman Institute – multiple location
  • California Miramar University – San Diego, California (formerly known as Pacific Western University)
  • The College of Westchester – White Plains, New York
  • Collins College – Phoenix, Arizona area
  • Colorado Technical University – multiple locations
  • Columbia Southern University – not to be confused with Columbia University
  • Daniel Webster College – Nashua, New Hampshire
  • Daymar College – Owensboro, Kentucky
  • Deaconess College of Nursing – St. Louis, Missouri
  • Deep Springs College – Deep Springs, California
  • DeVry University – multiple locations
  • DigiPen Institute of Technology - Redmond, Washington
  • ECPI University – formerly ECPI College of Technology; multiple locations; includes Medical Careers Institute multiple locations in Virginia
  • Engine City Technical Institute – South Plainfield, New Jersey
  • Everglades University – Boca Raton, Florida
  • Everest College – multiple locations
  • Everest Institute – multiple locations
  • Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising – FIDM (four locations in California)
  • Five Towns College – Dix Hills, New York
  • Florida Metropolitan University – multiple locations
  • Full Sail University – Winter Park, Florida
  • Georgia Medical Institute – multiple locations
  • Gibbs College – multiple locations
  • Globe University/Minnesota School of Business – multile locations in Minnesota
  • Grand Canyon University – Phoenix, Arizona
  • Hamilton College (Iowa) – now part of Kaplan University; formerly operated from multiple locations in Iowa and Nebraska; not to be confused with Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, or with the unaccredited Hamilton University
  • Harrison College (Indiana) – multiple locations
  • Heald College – based in San Francisco: multiple locations in California, Portland, and Honolulu
  • Herzing University – multiple locations
  • Hesser College – multiple locations in New Hampshire
  • High-Tech Institute – multiple locations
  • International Academy of Design and Technology – multiple locations
  • ITT Technical Institute – multiple locations
  • Kaplan College – multiple locations; includes Maric Colleges and Kaplan Career Institutes
  • Kaplan University – multiple locations
  • Keiser University – multiple locations
  • Kee Business College – multiple locations in Virginia
  • Kendall College – Chicago, Illinois
  • Kitchen Academy – Los Angeles, California
  • Le Cordon Bleu – multiple locations
  • Lincoln Group of Schools – multiple locations
  • Las Vegas College – Henderson, Nevada
  • Los Angeles Film School – Los Angeles, California
  • McCann School of Business and Technology – multiple locations
  • McNally Smith College of Music – Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Mildred Elley – multiple locations
  • Miller-Motte – multiple locations
  • Monroe College – multiple locations
  • Mountain West College – Salt Lake City, Utah
  • National American University – multiple campuses, including Mall of America
  • National College – multiple U.S. locations
  • National Institute of Technology (United States) – multiple locations; not to be confused with National Institutes of Technology in India
  • National School of Technology – multiple locations
  • Neumont University – multiple locations
  • NewSchool of Architecture and Design – San Diego, California; not to be confused with New School of Social Research
  • Ohio Business College – multiple locations
  • Olympia Career Training Institute – multiple locations
  • Parks College – multiple locations
  • Pioneer Pacific College – multiple locations in Oregon
  • Pittsburgh Technical Institute – Oakdale, Pennsylvania and Cranberry Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania
  • Potomac College – Washington, D.C. area
  • Rasmussen College – multiple locations
  • Remington College – multiple locations
  • Rhodes Colleges, Inc – multiple locations; not to be confused with Rhodes College
  • Rochester Business Institute – Rochester, New York
  • Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • SAE Institute – formerly the School of Audio Engineering
  • Salem International University – Salem, West Virginia
  • Sanford-Brown College – multiple locations
  • Schiller International University – multiple locations
  • School of Visual Arts – New York City
  • South College, Knoxville, Tennessee
  • South University – multiple locations; not to be confused with Southern University or the University of the South
  • Southern States University, California
  • Southwestern College – multiple locations; not to be confused with Southwestern University
  • Specs Howard School of Media Arts – Michigan
  • Spencerian College – Kentucky, multiple locations
  • Springfield College – Springfield, Missouri; not to be confused with Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts
  • Stevens-Henager College – multiple locations
  • Stratford University – multiple locations
  • Strayer University – multiple locations
  • Sullivan University – Kentucky, multiple locations
  • TCI College of Technology – New York City; in 2007 TCI also assumed responsibility for the closed Interboro Institute, owned by EVCI Career Colleges Holding Corporation
  • Tooling University, Cleveland, Ohio
  • University of Advancing Technology – Tempe, Arizona
  • University of Phoenix – multiple locations
  • University of the Rockies – Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Vet Tech Institute – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Virginia College – multiple locations
  • Walden University – Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • West Coast University – Los Angeles, California
  • Western Business College – multiple locations
  • Western International University – multiple locations
  • Western State University College of Law – Fullerton, California
  • Westwood College – multiple locations
  • Wyoming Technical Institute (WyoTech) – multiple locations

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