Top San Antonio Community Colleges

  • For the 2020-21 school year, there are 11 top community colleges in San Antonio, Texas, serving 61,765 students.
  • The average community college acceptance rate in Texas is 74% (view national acceptance rates).
  • Minority enrollment is 66% of the student body (majority Hispanic).

Top San Antonio, TX Community Colleges (2020-21)

  • College Location Students
  • 8400 Datapoint Dr
    San Antonio TX  78229
    (210) 297-9636

    500 students
  • 7411 John Smith Drive, Suite 300
    San Antonio TX  78229
    (210) 733-3056

    1,097 students
  • Hallmark University
    Hallmark University Photo - Hallmark University, a nonprofit college located in San Antonio, TX
    Private, non-profit
    10401 IH 10 W
    San Antonio TX  78230
    (210) 690-9000

    703 students
  • 7142 San Pedro Suite 100
    San Antonio TX  78216
    (210) 366-5500

    574 students
  • 3535 N. Ellison Drive
    San Antonio TX  78251
    (210) 486-4000

    15,797 students
  • 1400 W Villaret Blvd
    San Antonio TX  78224
    (210) 486-3000

    8,376 students
  • 1801 Martin Luther King Dr
    San Antonio TX  78203
    (210) 486-2000

    10,514 students
  • 1300 San Pedro Ave
    San Antonio TX  78212
    (210) 486-0000

    21,280 students
  • 4511 Horizon Hill Boulevard, Suite 300
    San Antonio TX  78229
    (210) 246-7700

    n/a
    students
  • 4511 Horizon Hill Rd
    San Antonio TX  78229
    (210) 530-9449

    418 students
  • Trinity University
    Private, non-profit
    1 Trinity Pl,
    San Antonio TX  78212
    (210) 999-7011

    2,506 students
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