Top Davidson County Community Colleges

  • For the 2020-21 school year, there are 12 top community colleges in Davidson County, Tennessee, serving 15,221 students.
  • The average community college acceptance rate in Tennessee is 74% (view national acceptance rates).
  • Minority enrollment is 42% of the student body (majority Black), and the student:teacher ratio is 49:1.

Top Davidson County Community Colleges (2020-21)

  • College Location Students
  • Aquinas College
    Private, non-profit
    4210 Harding Pike
    Nashville TN  37205
    (615) 297-7545

    472 students
  • Daymar Institute-Nashville
    Private, for profit
    560 Royal Parkway
    Nashville TN  37214
    (615) 361-7555

    89 students
  • Fortis Institute-Nashville
    Private, for profit
    3354 Perimeter Hill Drive, Suite 105
    Nashville TN  37211
    (615) 320-5917

    367 students
  • John A Gupton College
    Private, non-profit
    1616 Church St
    Nashville TN  37203
    (615) 327-3927

    129 students
  • Kaplan College-Nashville
    Private, for profit
    750 Envious Lane
    Nashville TN  37217
    (615) 279-8300

    369 students
  • 1524 Gallatin Rd
    Nashville TN  37206
    (615) 226-3990

    1,782 students
  • 1515 Gallatin Pike North
    Madison TN  37115
    (615) 859-8090

    319 students
  • 120 White Bridge Rd
    Nashville TN  37209
    (615) 353-3333

    10,193 students
  • National College-Nashville
    Private, for profit
    1638 Bell Road
    Nashville TN  37211
    (615) 333-3344

    517 students
  • Nossi College of Art
    Nossi College of Art Photo - Nossi College of Art, located a few miles from downtown Nashville with easy access to most interstates, gives creative students a college built specifically for them.
    Private, for profit
    590 Creative Way
    Nashville TN  37115
    (615) 514-2787

    300 students
  • 441 Donelson Pk Ste 150
    Nashville TN  37214
    (615) 889-5520

    380 students
  • 2298 Rosa L Parks Blvd
    Nashville TN  37228
    (615) 383-4848

    304 students
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