Top Phoenix Community Colleges

  • For the 2020 school year, there are 9 top community colleges in Phoenix, Arizona, serving 35,188 students.
  • Phoenix community colleges have a diversity score of 0.68, which is higher than the national average of 0.65 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 54% of the student body (majority Hispanic), and the student:teacher ratio is 35:1.

Top Phoenix, AZ Community Colleges (2020)

  • College Location Students
  • Brookline College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    2445 W. Dunlap Ave., Ste. 100
    Phoenix AZ  85021
    (602)242-6265

    1,468 students
  • Brown Mackie College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    13430 N Black Canyon Ste. 190
    Phoenix AZ  85029
    (602)337-3044

    648 students
  • Carrington College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    8503 N 27th Ave.
    Phoenix AZ  85051
    (602)393-5900

    617 students
  • Fortis College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    555 N 18 St Ste 110
    Phoenix AZ  85006
    (602)254-3099

    290 students
  • 108 N. 40th Street
    Phoenix AZ  85034
    (602)392-5000

    5,950 students
  • 18401 N 32nd St
    Phoenix AZ  85032
    (602)787-6500

    8,909 students
  • 1202 W Thomas Rd
    Phoenix AZ  85013
    (602)264-2492

    12,107 students
  • 4210 E Washington Street
    Phoenix AZ  85034
    (480)676-5843

    912 students
  • 7050 S 24th Street
    Phoenix AZ  85042
    (602)243-8000

    4,287 students
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