Best Cook County Community Colleges (2021)

For the 2021 school year, there are 28 community colleges serving 114,253 students in Cook County, Illinois.
The average tuition is approximately $8,475 per year for in-state students and $9,865 for out-of-state students. For private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $16,835 per year (view national tuition costs).
The average community college acceptance rate in Cook County, IL is 83% (view national acceptance rates).
Cook County, IL community colleges have a diversity score of 0.58, which is lower than the national average of 0.73 (view national diversity statistics).
Minority enrollment is 72% of the student body (majority Hispanic), and the student:teacher ratio is 33:1.

Top Cook County Community Colleges (2021)

  • College Location Students
  • Coyne College
    Private for-profit
    1 North State Street
    Chicago IL  60602
    (773) 577-8100

    555 students
  • Fox College
    Private for-profit
    6640 S. Cicero
    Bedford Park IL  60638
    (708) 444-4500

    443 students
  • Kendall College
    Private, for profit
    900 N. North Branch St.
    Chicago IL  60642
    (312) 752-2000

    1,516 students
  • 361 W Chestnut
    Chicago IL  60610
    (312) 944-0882

    1,086 students
  • 8317 W North Avenue
    Melrose Park IL  60160
    (708) 344-000000000

    809 students
  • 9000 W. College Parkway
    Palos Hills IL  60465
    (708) 974-4300

    13,762 students
  • 1600 E Golf Rd.
    Des Plaines IL  60016
    (847) 635-1600

    8,454 students
  • Robert Morris University Illinois
    Private not-for-profit
    401 S State Street
    Chicago IL  60605
    (312) 935-6800

    1,934 students
  • Taylor Business Institute
    Private, for profit
    180 N WABASH AVE FL 5
    Chicago IL  60601
    (312) 658-5100

    229 students
  • 2000 5th Ave
    River Grove IL  60171
    (708) 456-00000000

    10,529 students
  • 1200 W Algonquin Rd
    Palatine IL  60067
    (847) 925-6000

    13,530 students
  • 495 Northgate Pkwy
    Wheeling IL  60090
    (847) 808-8444

    95 students
  • 30 E Lake St
    Chicago IL  60601
    (312) 553-5600

    8,643 students
  • 1145 W Wilson Ave.
    Chicago IL  60640
    (773) 907-4000

    7,673 students
  • 6301 S Halsted St
    Chicago IL  60621
    (773) 602-5000

    3,136 students
  • 1900 W Jackson Blvd
    Chicago IL  60612
    (312) 850-7000

    7,104 students
  • 10001 S Woodlawn Ave
    Chicago IL  60628
    (773) 291-6100

    2,663 students
  • 7500 S Pulaski Rd
    Chicago IL  60652
    (773) 838-7500

    6,942 students
  • 4300 N Narragansett
    Chicago IL  60634
    (773) 777-7900

    9,777 students
  • East-West University
    Private not-for-profit
    816 S Michigan Ave
    Chicago IL  60605
    (312) 939-0111

    394 students
  • 29 E. Madison
    Chicago IL  60602
    (312) 922-0000000

    295 students
  • 3801 S Central Ave
    Cicero IL  60804
    (708) 656-8000

    4,351 students
  • 4829 North Lipps Avenue
    Chicago IL  60630
    (773) 777-4220

    425 students
  • 7725 South Harlem Avenue
    Bridgeview IL  60455
    (708) 237-5050

    597 students
  • 202 South Halsted Street
    Chicago Heights IL  60411
    (708) 709-3500

    3,946 students
  • Saint Augustine College
    Private not-for-profit
    1333-45 W. Argyle St.
    Chicago IL  60640
    (773) 878-8756

    1,098 students
  • 15800 South State Street
    South Holland IL  60473
    (708) 596-2000

    4,232 students
  • 6045 S. Kenwood Avenue
    Chicago IL  60637
    (773) 834-2500

    35 students
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