85029 Community Colleges

In 85029, Phoenix, Arizona, you can find 3 community colleges serving 1,397 students.
Minority enrollment is 50% of the student body (majority Hispanic).
The student:teacher ratio of 24:1 is less than the state average of 40:1..

85029, AZ Community Colleges:

  • College Location Students
  • 85029-PhoenixBrown Mackie College-Phoenix
    Private for-profit
    13430 N Black Canyon Ste. 190
    Phoenix85029
    (602)337-3044
    492 students
  • 85029-Phoenix
    Kaplan College-Phoenix
    Private for-profit
    13610 N Black Canyon Hwy, Ste 104
    Phoenix85029
    (602)548-1955
    435 students
  • 85029-Phoenix
    The Bryman School of Arizona
    Private for-profit
    2250 W. Peoria Ave. A-100
    Phoenix85029
    (954)535-8678
    470 students
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Freshman Year in College Looks More and More Like High School
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Post-Recession Cliff Looms for Community Colleges
While many factors have contributed to the current decline in community college enrollment, the recovering economy is chief among them. As more and more people return to the workforce, fewer students enroll in courses at community colleges. Many institutions must now deal with budget shortfalls in the face of double-digit declines in enrollment.