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List of colleges and universities in Baltimore

Flag of Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland is home to numerous universities and colleges both public and private. The following includes a list of the educational institutions throughout Baltimore City and Baltimore County.

Public four-year colleges and universities

University of Maryland, Medical Building, July 1936
Name Location Founded Enrollment References
Coppin State University Baltimore 1900 4,357 [1]
Morgan State University Baltimore 1867 6,616 [2][3][4]
Towson University Towson 1866 20,124 [5]
University of Baltimore Baltimore 1925 5,009 [6]
University of Maryland, Baltimore Baltimore 1807 5,874 [7]
University of Maryland, Baltimore County Catonsville/Arbutus 1966 11,920 [8]

Private, non-profit colleges and universities

Maryland Hall at Johns Hopkins University
Name Location Founded Enrollment References
Goucher College Towson 1885 2,362 [9]
Johns Hopkins University Baltimore 1876 18,753 [10]
Loyola University Maryland Baltimore 1852 6,028 [11]
Maryland Institute College of Art Baltimore 1826 1,899 [12]
Notre Dame of Maryland University Baltimore 1873 4,878 [13]
Stevenson University Stevenson 1947 3,304 [14]
Sojourner-Douglass College Baltimore 1972 1,324 [15]

References

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External links

  • Department of Education listing of accredited institutions in Maryland
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