Most Selective Community Colleges in Illinois

  • The average community college acceptance rate in Illinois is approximately 82% per year.
  • The most selective college in Illinois is currently Robert Morris University Illinois, with an acceptance rate of 24%.

Most Selective Community Colleges in Illinois

  • College Acceptance Rate Location
  • 24%
    401 S State Street
    Chicago IL  60605
    (312)935-6800
  • Lincoln College
    Private, non-profit
    56%
    300 Keokuk St
    Lincoln IL  62656
    (217)732-3155
  • Fox College
    Private, for profit
    67%
    6640 S. Cicero
    Chicago IL  60638
    (708)444-4500
  • Kendall College
    Private, for profit
    84%
    900 N. North Branch St.
    Chicago IL  60642
    (312)752-2000
  • Midstate College
    Private, for profit
    88%
    411 W Northmoor Road
    Peoria IL  61614
    (309)692-4092
  • 89%
    7725 South Harlem Avenue
    Bridgeview IL  60455
    (708)237-5050
  • 90%
    4829 North Lipps Avenue
    Chicago IL  60630
    (773)777-4220
  • 100%
    5250 Shepherd Rd
    Springfield IL  62794
    2177862200
  • 100%
    8900 US Hwy 14
    Crystal Lake IL  60012
    8154553700
  • 100%
    468 N Ken Gray Pky
    Ina IL  62846
  • Taylor Business Institute
    Private, for profit
    100%
    318 West Adams Street, Suite 500
    Chicago IL  60606
    (312)658-5100
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