Here you will find educational institutions at the tertiary level and beyond.
A nonprofit, voluntary, professional association encouraging best practices in such areas as enrollment management, information technology, instructional management, and student services.
An association of liberal arts colleges. Offers study abroad programs. News and links to member institutions.
A national higher education association committed to making the aims of liberal learning a vigorous and constant influence on educational practice and institutional planning.
Helping to develop national policy relating to academic research and graduate/professional education.
The association promotes broad understanding of public higher education's essential role in society, and is the advocate and guardian for public higher education policy issues at the national, state and campus levels.
A national coalition of college and university presidents committed to the civic purposes of higher education.
Online directories of various colleges.
The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, future plans, FAQ.
An organization comprising many of the top liberal arts colleges in the United States, chartered to explore and promote the use of information technology in the service of our liberal arts educational missions. Job postings, member institutions, institutional reports, calendar of events, and annual survey graphs.
Interactive tool that allows individuals to learn about graduation rates at four-year colleges and universities in the USA.
A post-secondary, proprietary educational institution aimed at business, industry, and the public sector. Information provided on admissions, course catalog, staff and location.
Programs in biblical studies, ministry, and counseling. Includes admissions, academic programs, administration, alumni, campus facts, student life, and library information.
Offers education and training programs in Health Sciences, Automotive Technology, Skilled Trades, Business and IT, Cosmetology and Culinary. Comprised of a network of campuses in many states.
Voice of the nation's private colleges and universities, with more than 900 member institutions. News, list of members, publications, meetings, and a legislative alert area.
An organization of people involved in the administration of sponsored programs at colleges, universities and teaching hospitals in the USA.
Reported statistics on campus crimes at over 6000 postsecondary education institutions in the United States. From the U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education.
The New York branch of the University Press: publishing programme and searchable catalogue.
Details on every U.S.-accredited two- and four-year college and university. Includes details on over 35,000 graduate programs.
Focuses on the use of information technology in higher education. The project's national studies draw on qualitative and quantitative data to help inform faculty, campus administrators, and others interested in the use of information technology in American colleges and universities.
A non-profit organization of colleges and universities serving as the national advocate for voluntary self-regulation through accreditation.
Listings of colleges, universities, and vocational technical schools by various criteria.
University offering online classes for web-based education. Also offers programs at campuses and learning center locations in thirteen states, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Vancouver, and British Columbia.
Private college. Main campus is in Birmingham, Alabama.
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