Top Saint Paul Community Colleges

  • For the 2020 school year, there are 7 top community colleges in Saint Paul, Minnesota, serving 18,740 students.
  • For Saint Paul private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $15,597 per year (view national tuition costs).
  • Saint Paul community colleges have a diversity score of 0.46, which is lower than the national average of 0.65 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 42% of the student body (majority Black and Asian), and the student:teacher ratio is 32:1.

Top Saint Paul, MN Community Colleges (2020)

  • College Location Students
  • 3300 Century Ave N
    Saint Paul MN  55110
    (651)773-1700

    9,478 students
  • Globe University-Woodbury
    Private, for profit
    8089 Globe Drive
    Saint Paul MN  55125
    (651)332-8000

    776 students
  • McNally Smith College of Music
    McNally Smith College of Music Photo - Students conversing on the campus of McNally Smih in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.
    Private, for profit
    19 Exchange Street East
    Saint Paul MN  55101
    (651)291-0177

    518 students
  • Minneapolis Business College
    Private, for profit
    1711 W County Rd B
    Saint Paul MN  55113
    (651)636-7406

    231 students
  • 1550 West Highway 36
    Saint Paul MN  55113
    (651)855-6300

    264 students
  • 3500 Federal Dr
    Saint Paul MN  55122
    (651)687-9000

    733 students
  • 235 Marshall Ave
    Saint Paul MN  55102
    (800)227-6029

    6,740 students
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