Top Arkansas Community Colleges

  • For the 2019-20 school year, there are 27 top community colleges located throughout Arkansas (23 public colleges and 4 private colleges), serving 61,002 students.
  • For Arkansas community colleges, the average tuition is approximately $3,014 per year for in-state students and $4,803 for out-of-state students. For private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $12,899 per year (view national tuition costs).
  • The average community college acceptance rate in Arkansas is 81% (view national acceptance rates).
  • Arkansas community colleges have a diversity score of 0.48, which is lower than the national average of 0.65 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 31% (majority Black) and the student:teacher ratio is 25:1.

Student by Ethnicity

(AR) School Average
American Indian
1%
Asian
2%
Hispanic
6%
Black
19%
White
69%
Two or more races
2%
Non Resident
1%
AR All Ethnic Groups Ethnicity Breakdown

Top Arkansas Community Colleges by Town (2019-20)

  • College Location Students
  • Arkansas Baptist College
    Private, non-profit
    1621 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
    Little Rock AR  72202
    (501)420-1200

    899 students
  • 2501 S Division
    Blytheville AR  72316
    (870)762-1020

    1,425 students
  • 2000 West Broadway
    West Memphis AR  72301
    (870)733-6872

    1,561 students
  • 1000 Iowa Street
    Beebe AR  72012
    (501)882-3600

    4,140 students
  • 1600 South College Street
    Mountain Home AR  72653
    (870)508-6100

    1,393 students
  • 7648 Victory Blvd
    Newport AR  72112
    (870)512-7800

    2,477 students
  • 1410 Hwy 304 East
    Pocahontas AR  72455
    (870)248-4000

    1,963 students
  • Bryan University (Rogers)
    Private, for profit
    3704 W. Walnut St.
    Rogers AR  72756
    (479)899-6644

    61 students
  • One College Circle
    Malvern AR  72104
    (501)337-5000

    1,444 students
  • 183 College Drive
    De Queen AR  71832
    (870)584-4471

    1,611 students
  • Crowley's Ridge College
    Private, non-profit
    100 College Dr
    Paragould AR  72450
    (870)236-6901

    230 students
  • 1700 Newcastle Rd
    Forrest City AR  72335
    (870)633-4480

    1,268 students
  • 101 College Dr
    Hot Springs National Park AR  71913
    (501)760-4222

    3,001 students
  • 1515 Pioneer Dr
    Harrison AR  72601
    (870)743-3000

    2,157 students
  • One College Drive
    Bentonville AR  72712
    (479)986-4000

    7,715 students
  • 218 College Dr
    Melbourne AR  72556
    (870)368-7371

    1,326 students
  • 1000 Campus Drive
    Helena AR  72342
    (870)338-6474

    1,796 students
  • 3000 W Scenic Dr
    North Little Rock AR  72118
    (501)812-2200

    9,241 students
  • 19 Remington Dr.
    Little Rock AR  72204
    (501)312-0007

    180 students
  • 1100 College Dr
    Mena AR  71953

    930 students
  • 300 S West Ave
    El Dorado AR  71731
    (870)862-8131

    1,693 students
  • 1900 Hazel St.
    Pine Bluff AR  71603
    (870)543-5900

    1,432 students
  • 6415 Spellman Road
    Camden AR  71701
    (870)574-4500

    1,559 students
  • 2005 White Drive
    Batesville AR  72503
    (870)612-2000

    1,315 students
  • 2500 S Main
    Hope AR  71801
    (870)777-5722

    1,360 students
  • 1537 University Blvd.
    Morrilton AR  72110
    (501)977-2000

    1,995 students
  • 5210 Grand Ave
    Fort Smith AR  72913
    (479)788-7000

    6,830 students
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