Cincinnati Community Colleges

  • There are 13 community colleges in Cincinnati, Ohio, serving 20,242 students.
  • For Cincinnati private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $16,470 per year (view national tuition costs).
  • Cincinnati community colleges have a diversity score of 0.44, which is lower than the national average of 0.67 (view national diversity statistics).
  • Minority enrollment is 34% of the student body (majority Black), and the student:teacher ratio is 23:1.

Cincinnati, OH Community Colleges:

  • College Location Students
  • AIC College of Design
    Private, for profit
    1171 East Kemper Road
    Cincinnati OH  45246
    (513)751-1206

    41 students
  • Antonelli College-Cincinnati
    Private, for profit
    124 E Seventh St
    Cincinnati OH  45202
    (513)241-4338

    173 students
  • 8845 Governor's Hill Dr., Suite 100
    Cincinnati OH  45249
    (513)833-2400

    660 students
  • Beckfield College-Tri-County
    Private, for profit
    225 Pictoria Drive
    Cincinnati OH  45246
    (513)671-1920

    548 students
  • 1011 Glendale-Milford Rd
    Cincinnati OH  45215
    (513)771-2424

    918 students
  • 2139 Auburn Avenue
    Cincinnati OH  45219
    (513)585-0032

    712 students
  • 3520 Central Parkway
    Cincinnati OH  45223
    (513)569-1500

    10,707 students
  • Fortis College-Cincinnati
    Private, for profit
    11499 Chester Road Ste 200
    Cincinnati OH  45246
    (513)771-2795

    471 students
  • 100 E Business Way Ste 200
    Cincinnati OH  45241
    (513)475-3600

    439 students
  • 375 Dixmyth Ave
    Cincinnati OH  45220
    (513)862-2631

    353 students
  • Two Crowne Point Court, Suite 100
    Cincinnati OH  45241
    (513)693-4400

    69 students
  • National College-Cincinnati
    Private, for profit
    6871 Steger Dr
    Cincinnati OH  45237
    (513)761-1291

    127 students
  • 9555 Plainfield Rd
    Cincinnati OH  45236
    (513)745-5600

    5,024 students
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