Largest Massachusetts Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • The average community college in Massachusetts has approximately 3,471 students.
  • The community colleges with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest community college in Massachusetts (by enrollment) is Bunker Hill Community College with 14,253 students.

Largest Massachusetts Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • College # Students Location
  • 14,253
    250 New Rutherford Ave
    Charlestown MA  02129
    (617)228-2000
  • 9,205
    Springs Rd
    Bedford MA  01730
    (978)656-3200
  • 9,189
    777 Elsbree St
    Fall River MA  02720
    (508)678-2811
  • 8,452
    670 West Boylston Street
    Worcester MA  01606
    (508)853-2300
  • 7,905
    One Massasoit Boulevard
    Brockton MA  02302
    (508)588-9100
  • 7,412
    1 Ferncroft Rd
    Danvers MA  01923
    (978)762-4000
  • 6,963
    100 Elliott Street
    Haverhill MA  01830
    (978)556-3000
  • 6,622
    1 Armory Sq
    Springfield MA  01105
    (413)781-7822
  • 6,604
    303 Homestead Ave
    Holyoke MA  01040
    (413)552-2000
  • 5,369
    50 Oakland St
    Wellesley Hills MA  02481
    (781)239-3000
  • 4,705
    1250 Hancock Street
    Quincy MA  02169
    (800)698-1700
  • 3,818
    2240 Iyannough Rd
    West Barnstable MA  02668
    (508)362-2131
  • 3,662
    444 Green St
    Gardner MA  01440
    9786326600
  • Bay Path University
    Private, non-profit
    2,587
    588 Longmeadow Street
    Longmeadow MA  01106
    (413)565-1000
  • 2,393
    1234 Columbus Ave
    Roxbury Crossing MA  02120
    (617)427-0060
  • 2,230
    1350 West Street
    Pittsfield MA  01201
    (413)499-4660
  • 2,127
    One College Dr
    Greenfield MA  01301
    (413)775-1000
  • Lasell College
    Private, non-profit
    2,070
    1844 Commonwealth Avenue
    Auburndale MA  02466
    (617)243-2000
  • Becker College
    Private, non-profit
    2,021
    61 Sever St
    Worcester MA  01609
    (877)523-2537
  • Mount Ida College
    Private, non-profit
    1,320
    777 Dedham Street
    Newton Center MA  02459
    (617)928-4500
  • Dean College
    Private, non-profit
    1,299
    99 Main Street
    Franklin MA  02038
    5085411508
  • Bay State College
    Private, for profit
    1,108
    122 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston MA  02116
    6172179000
  • Newbury College
    Private, non-profit
    874
    129 Fisher Ave
    Brookline MA  02445
    (617)730-7000
  • 841
    10 High St Ste 204
    Boston MA  02110
    (617)951-2350
  • Fisher College
    Private, non-profit
    828
    118 Beacon Street
    Boston MA  02116
    (617) 236-8800
  • Urban College of Boston
    Private, non-profit
    810
    178 Tremont St 7th Fl
    Boston MA  02111
    (617)348-6359
  • Laboure College
    Private, non-profit
    757
    303 Adams Street
    Milton MA  02186
    (617)296-8300
  • 555
    10 Brookline Place West
    Brookline MA  02445
    (617)739-1700
  • Salter College-West Boylston
    Private, for profit
    555
    184 West Boylston Suite # 1
    West Boylston MA  01583
    (774)261-1500
  • 474
    215 First St
    Cambridge MA  02142
    (617)218-8000
  • Bard College at Simon's Rock
    Private, non-profit
    329
    84 Alford Road
    Great Barrington MA  01230
    (413)644-4400
  • 283
    170 Governors Ave
    Medford MA  02155
    (781)306-6600
  • Marian Court College
    Private, non-profit
    277
    35 Little's Point Rd
    Swampscott MA  01907
    (781)309-5200
  • FINE Mortuary College
    Private, for profit
    104
    150 Kerry Place
    Norwood MA  02062
    7817621211
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