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Colleges and Universities in the Columbus Region


The Columbus Region is home to 59 college and university campuses with a total enrollment of more than 136,000 students and more than 20,000 annual graduates.

TOP COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES
NO. COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT
1 The Ohio State University 58,663
2 Columbus State Community College - Main Campus 25,983
3 Franklin University 5,102
4 Ohio Christian University 4,290
5 Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) 3,566
6 Capital University 3,465
7 Otterbein University 2,808
8 Ohio Dominican University 2,534
9 Ohio University - Lancaster 2,488
10 The Ohio State University - Newark 2,476
11 Marion Technical College 2,441
12 DeVry University - Columbus 2,307
13 Denison University 2,254
14 Mount Vernon Nazarene University 2,131
15 Park University - DSCC 2,083
16 Hondros College 1,963
17 Kenyon College 1,711
18 Ohio Wesleyan University 1,671
19 Columbus College of Art & Design 1,140
20 The Ohio State University - Marion 1,085
21 Mount Carmel College of Nursing 1,063
22 Ashland University - Columbus Center 792
23 Chamberlain College of Nursing 757
24 Fortis College 661
25 Bradford School 410
26 American Institute of Alternative Medicine 386
27 Central Michigan University - Columbus 345
28 Miami-Jacobs Career College 333
29 Harrison College 266
30 Pontifical College Josephenum 223
31 Indiana Wesleyan University 184
32 Methodist Theological School 148
33 Ohio Business College 123
34 Kent State University - School of Library & Information Science 100
35 Trinity Lutheran Seminary 93
36 Rosedale Bible College 56
37 American National University 51
38 Daymar College 47
39 Bexley Hall Episcopal Seminary* -
40 Columbus State Community College - Bolton Field* -
41 Columbus State Community College - Delaware Campus -
42 Columbus State Community College - Dublin Center* -
43 Columbus State Community College - Marysville Center* -
44 Columbus State Community College - Pickaway County Center* -
45 Columbus State Community College - Reynboldsburg* -
46 Columbus State Community College - SW Center at Grove City* -
47 Columbus State Community College - Tolles Center -
48 Columbus State Community College - Westerville Center* -
49 Central Ohio Technical College - Knox Campus* -
50 Central Ohio Technical College - Pataskala Campus* -
51 Franklin University - Delaware Center* -
52 Franklin University - Dublin Center* -
53 Franklin University - Gahanna Center* -
54 Franklin University - Westerville Center* -
55 Mount Vernon Nazarene University - Columbus-New Albany Campus* -
56 Mount Vernon Nazarene University - Newark Campus* -
57 Ohio Christian University - Dublin Center* -
58 Ohio University - Dublin Medical School Campus* -
59 Ohio University - Pickerington Center* -
Source: National Center for Education Statistics, 2015 Enrollment; Columbus Business First; Columbus 2020
*School currently in operation, but enrollment not reported or falls under main campus enrollment count

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