Baton Rouge Community Colleges

  • There are 12 community colleges in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, serving 12,906 students.
  • Baton Rouge community colleges have a diversity score of 0.39, which is lower than the national average of 0.66 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 54% of the student body (majority Black), and the student:teacher ratio is 27:1.

Baton Rouge, LA Community Colleges:

  • College Location Students
  • Baton Rouge College
    Pivate, for profit
    1771 N Lobdell Blvd. Suite 307
    Baton Rouge LA  70806
    (225)454-6915

    n/a
    students
  • 201 Community College Drive
    Baton Rouge LA  70806
    (225)216-8000

    7,740 students
  • 9352 Interline Ave
    Baton Rouge LA  70809
    (225)923-2524

    78 students
  • Camelot College
    Pivate, for profit
    2618 Wooddale Blvd Ste A
    Baton Rouge LA  70805
    (225)928-3005

    247 students
  • 3250 North Acadian Thruway East
    Baton Rouge LA  70805
    (225)359-9201

    1,946 students
  • 5700 Florida Blvd
    Baton Rouge LA  70816
    (225)341-2745

    35 students
  • 7380 Exchange Place
    Baton Rouge LA  70806
    225928-7770

    641 students
  • Fortis College-Baton Rouge
    Pivate, for profit
    9255 Interline Avenue
    Baton Rouge LA  70809
    (225)248-1015

    382 students
  • 13944 Airline Hwy
    Baton Rouge LA  70817
    (225) 752-4233

    692 students
  • 14141 Airline Highway, Suite 101
    Baton Rouge LA  70817
    (225)754-5800

    641 students
  • 10550 Airline Hwy
    Baton Rouge LA  70816
    (225)769-8820

    208 students
  • 10551 Coursey Boulevard
    Baton Rouge LA  70816
    (225)236-3200

    296 students
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