Largest Arizona Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • The average community college in Arizona has approximately 5,723 students.
  • The community colleges with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest community college in Arizona (by enrollment) is Pima Community College with 28,070 students.

Largest Arizona Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • College # Students Location
  • 28,070
    4905C East Broadway Blvd.
    Tucson AZ  85709
    (520)206-4500
  • 22,711
    1833 W Southern Ave
    Mesa AZ  85202
    (480)461-7000
  • 20,506
    6000 W Olive Ave
    Glendale AZ  85302
    (623)845-3000
  • 20,215
    2323 W 14th St
    Tempe AZ  85281
    (480)517-8000
  • 14,500
    2626 E Pecos Rd
    Chandler AZ  85225
    (480)732-7000
  • 13,007
    4190 W Highway 80
    Douglas AZ  85607
    (520)515-0500
  • 12,107
    1202 W Thomas Rd
    Phoenix AZ  85013
    (602)264-2492
  • 9,863
    9000 E Chaparral Rd
    Scottsdale AZ  85256
  • 9,164
    3000 N Dysart Rd
    Avondale AZ  85323
    (623)935-8000
  • 8,909
    18401 N 32nd St
    Phoenix AZ  85032
    (602)787-6500
  • 7,842
    1100 E Sheldon St
    Prescott AZ  86301
    (928)445-7300
  • 7,702
    2020 S. Avenue 8E
    Yuma AZ  85365
    (928)317-6000
  • 7,154
    PO Box 610
    Holbrook AZ  86025
  • 6,379
    615 N. Stadium Ave.
    Thatcher AZ  85552
    (928)428-8322
  • 5,950
    108 N. 40th Street
    Phoenix AZ  85034
    (602)392-5000
  • 5,937
    8470 N Overfield Rd
    Coolidge AZ  85128
    (520)494-5444
  • 4,744
    1971 Jagerson Ave
    Kingman AZ  86409
    (928)757-4331
  • 4,287
    7050 S 24th Street
    Phoenix AZ  85042
    6022438000
  • 3,607
    2800 S. Lone Tree Rd.
    Flagstaff AZ  86005
    (928)527-1222
  • 2,340
    10695 West Pierce Street
    Avondale AZ  85323
    (623)245-4600
  • 1,948
    3350 East Grant Road, Suite 200
    Tucson AZ  85716
    (520)326-1600
  • 1,567
    8100 E Camelback Rd, Suite 1001
    Scottsdale AZ  85251
    (480)425-3000
  • Brookline College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    1,468
    2445 W. Dunlap Ave., Ste. 100
    Phoenix AZ  85021
    (602)242-6265
  • Pima Medical Institute-Mesa
    Private, for profit
    1,038
    957 S. Dobson Road
    Mesa AZ  85202
    (480)644-0267
  • The Art Institute of Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    1,009
    2233 W Dunlap Ave
    Phoenix AZ  85021
    (602)678-4300
  • 986
    1100 East Apache Blvd
    Tempe AZ  85281
    (480)994-9244
  • 668
    4210 E Washington Street
    Phoenix AZ  85034
    (602)275-7133
  • Brown Mackie College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    648
    13430 N Black Canyon Ste. 190
    Phoenix AZ  85029
    (602)337-3044
  • Arizona College-Glendale
    Private, for profit
    630
    4425 W Olive Avenue Suite 300
    Glendale AZ  85302
    (602)222-9300
  • Arizona Automotive Institute
    Private, for profit
    628
    6829 N 46th Ave
    Glendale AZ  85301
    (623)934-7273
  • Carrington College-Phoenix
    Private, for profit
    617
    8503 N 27th Ave.
    Phoenix AZ  85051
    (602)393-5900
  • Brown Mackie College-Tucson
    Private, for profit
    611
    4585 E Speedway Blvd.
    Tucson AZ  85712
    (520)327-6866
  • Brookline College-Tucson
    Private, for profit
    507
    5441 E. 22nd St, Ste.125
    Tucson AZ  85711
    (520)748-9799
  • Brookline College-Tempe
    Private, for profit
    418
    1140-1150 S. Priest Drive
    Tempe AZ  85281
    (480)545-8755
  • The Art Institute of Tucson
    Private, for profit
    388
    5099 E. Grant Rd. #100
    Tucson AZ  85712
    (520)318-2700
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