Top Minneapolis Community Colleges

  • For the 2020-21 school year, there are 13 top community colleges in Minneapolis, Minnesota, serving 44,719 students.
  • The average community college acceptance rate in Minnesota is 80% (view national acceptance rates).
  • Minority enrollment is 8% of the student body (majority American and Hispanic), and the student:teacher ratio is 17:1.

Top Minneapolis, MN Community Colleges (2020-21)

  • College Location Students
  • Academy College
    Private, for profit
    1600 W 82nd st, Ste 100
    Minneapolis MN  55431
    (952) 851-0066

    149 students
  • 11200 Mississippi Blvd. NW
    Minneapolis MN  55433
    (763) 433-1100

    7,877 students
  • Dunwoody College of Technology
    Dunwoody College of Technology Photo - Welding students in a Dunwoody classroom/workshop
    Private, non-profit
    818 Dunwoody Blvd
    Minneapolis MN  55403
    (612) 374-5800

    1,070 students
  • Globe University-Minneapolis
    Private, for profit
    IDS Center, 80 South 8th Street, Suite 51
    Minneapolis MN  55402
    (612) 455-3000

    164 students
  • 9000 Brooklyn Blvd
    Minneapolis MN  55445
    (952) 995-1300

    7,409 students
  • 435 Ford Road
    Minneapolis MN  55426
    (763) 535-3000

    515 students
  • 300 North 1st Ave, Suite 500
    Minneapolis MN  55401
    (612) 375-1900

    243 students
  • 1501 Hennepin Ave
    Minneapolis MN  55403
    (612) 659-6000

    9,237 students
  • 3680 Pheasant Ridge Dr NE
    Minneapolis MN  55449
    (763) 225-8000

    239 students
  • 1455 County Rd 101 North
    Minneapolis MN  55447
    (763) 476-2000

    130 students
  • 1401 W 76 St
    Minneapolis MN  55423
    (612) 861-2000

    763 students
  • 9700 France Ave S
    Minneapolis MN  55431
    (952) 358-8200

    9,539 students
  • 7411 85th Ave N
    Minneapolis MN  55445
    (763) 424-0702

    7,384 students
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