Largest Florida Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • The average community college in Florida has approximately 5,937 students.
  • The community colleges with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest community college in Florida (by enrollment) is Miami Dade College with 66,046 students.

Largest Florida Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • College # Students Location
  • 66,046
    300 NE 2nd Avenue
    Miami FL  33132
    (305)237-8888
  • 44,119
    111 East Las Olas Blvd
    Fort Lauderdale FL  33301
    (954)201-7400
  • 43,217
    190 South Orange Avenue
    Orlando FL  32801
    (407)299-2187
  • 32,681
    6021 142nd Ave N
    Clearwater FL  33760
    (727)341-4772
  • 29,321
    100 Weldon Blvd
    Sanford FL  32773
    4077084722
  • 28,517
    4200 Congress Ave
    Lake Worth FL  33461
    (561)967-7222
  • 27,298
    39 Columbia Drive
    Tampa FL  33606
    (813)253-7000
  • 25,514
    501 W State St
    Jacksonville FL  32202
    (904)359-5433
  • 22,535
    9200 Soutpark Center Loop
    Orlando FL  32819
    (407)851-2525
  • Full Sail University
    Private, for profit
    19,285
    3300 University Blvd
    Winter Park FL  32792
    (407)679-0100
  • 17,665
    3209 Virginia Ave
    Fort Pierce FL  34981
    (772)462-4772
  • 15,931
    1519 Clearlake Rd
    Cocoa FL  32922
    (321)632-1111
  • 15,389
    8099 College Parkway
    Fort Myers FL  33919
    (239)489-9300
  • 15,055
    3000 Northwest 83rd Street
    Gainesville FL  32606
    (352)395-5000
  • 14,276
    999 Avenue H NE
    Winter Haven FL  33881
    (863)297-1000
  • 13,477
    444 Appleyard Dr
    Tallahassee FL  32304
  • 13,248
    1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.
    Daytona Beach FL  32114
    (386)506-3000
  • 10,317
    1000 College Blvd
    Pensacola FL  32504
    (850)484-1000
  • 10,314
    5840 26th St W
    Bradenton FL  34207
    (941)752-5000
  • 10,206
    10230 Ridge Road
    New Port Richey FL  34654
    7278163400
  • 7,931
    3001 SW College Rd
    Ocala FL  34474
    (352)873-5800
  • 7,114
    5001 Saint Johns Ave
    Palatka FL  32177
    (386)312-4200
  • 6,708
    100 College Blvd. E.
    Niceville FL  32578
    (850) 678-5111
  • Rasmussen College-Florida
    Private, for profit
    6,318
    4755 Southwest 46th Court
    Ocala FL  34474
    (352)629-1941
  • 6,271
    5230 West U.S. Highway 98
    Panama City FL  32401
    (850)769-1551
  • Florida Career College-Miami
    Private, for profit
    6,227
    1321 SW 107 Ave Ste 201B
    Miami FL  33174
    (954)400-2000
  • 4,470
    9501 US Hwy 441
    Leesburg FL  34788
    (352)787-3747
  • Florida Technical College
    Private, for profit
    2,977
    12900 Challenger Parkway
    Orlando FL  32826
    (407)447-7300
  • 2,912
    Highway 90 East
    Lake City FL  32025
    (386)752-1822
  • 2,780
    600 W College Dr
    Avon Park FL  33825
    (863)453-6661
  • Everest University-Brandon
    Private, for profit
    2,460
    3924 Coconut Palm Dr
    Tampa FL  33619
    (813)621-0041
  • Everglades University
    Private, non-profit
    2,424
    5002 T-Rex Avenue, Suite 100
    Boca Raton FL  33431
    (561)912-1211
  • 2,401
    4425 West. Jose Regueiro (20th) Avenue
    Hialeah FL  33012
    (305)821-3333
  • 2,090
    671 Winyah Drive
    Orlando FL  32803
    (407)303-7742
  • 2,080
    3094 Indian Circle
    Marianna FL  32446
    (850)526-2761
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