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This is a list of for-profit institutions of higher education.

In the United States




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  • Academy of Art University â€" San Francisco, California
  • American Career College â€" Los Angeles, California
  • American College of Education â€" online
  • American InterContinental University â€" more than 90% online, a subsidiary of Career Education Corporation
  • American Military University â€" online
  • American National University â€" distance education and multiple locations in Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia; not to be confused with American University
  • American Public University â€" online
  • American Sentinel University â€" online
  • Antilles College of Health â€" Puerto Rico
  • Antonelli College â€" multiple locations
  • Arizona Summit Law School â€" a subsidiary of InfiLaw System
  • ASA College â€" campuses in Brooklyn, midtown Manhattan, and Miami
  • Ashford University â€" Clinton, Iowa (campus closed in 2016), a subsidiary of Bridgepoint Education, includes Forbes School of Business
  • Aspen University â€" Denver, Colorado
  • Atenas College â€" multiple locations, Puerto Rico
  • Bay State College â€" Boston, Massachusetts
  • Beckfield College â€" a subsidiary of Quad Partners
  • Berkeley College â€" New York and New Jersey; not to be confused with University of California, Berkeley, Berklee School of Music or the Berkeley College at Yale University
  • Blair College â€" Colorado Springs, Colorado - Now Everest College
  • Blue Cliff College â€" a subsidiary of Quad Partners
  • Bradford School (Columbus) - Columbus, Ohio
  • Bradford School (Pittsburgh) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Broadview University - Utah
  • Brookline College - a division of Linden Education Group
  • Brown College â€" Mendota Heights, Minnesota; not to be confused with Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island
  • Brown Mackie College â€" multiple locations, a subsidiary of Education Management Corporation (Planning to close)
  • Bryant & Stratton College â€" multiple locations
  • Bryman Institute â€" multiple locations, now Everest Institute
  • Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine - Las Cruces, New Mexico
  • California Miramar University â€" San Diego, California (formerly known as Pacific Western University)
  • California Northstate University College of Medicine - Elk Grove, California
  • Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology - multiple locations
  • Capella University â€" Minneapolis, Minnesota and online
  • Chamberlain College of Nursing â€" a subsidiary of Devry
  • Charleston School of Law â€" Charleston, South Carolina
  • Charlotte School of Law â€" subsidiary of InfiLaw System
  • Charter College â€" campuses in Alaska, California, and Washington
  • Colegio Mayor de Tecnologia â€" multiple Locations, Puerto Rico
  • The College of Westchester â€" White Plains, New York not to be confused with West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania
  • Colorado Technical University â€" more than 90% online, a subsidiary of Career Education Corporation
  • Columbia Southern University â€" not to be confused with Columbia University
  • Concorde Career Colleges â€" multiple locations
  • Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences â€" Tempe, Arizona
  • Court Reporting Institute â€" St. Louis, MO and Dallas, TX
  • Daymar College â€" multiple campuses in Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio, and online
  • Deaconess College of Nursing â€" St. Louis, Missouri - changed name to Chamberlain College of Nursing
  • DeVry Education Group â€" multiple locations, subsidiaries include Ross University School of Medicine, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, Chamberlain School of Nursing, Keller School of Management (several campuses have closed)
  • Dewey University â€" multiple locations, Puerto Rico
  • DigiPen Institute of Technology â€" Redmond, Washington
  • Dorsey Schools â€" a subsidiary of Quad Partners
  • Eagle Gate College - Utah
  • ECPI University â€" formerly ECPI College of Technology; multiple locations; includes Medical Careers Institute multiple locations in Virginia
  • Engine City Technical Institute â€" South Plainfield, New Jersey - now Lincoln Technical Institute
  • Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising â€" FIDM (four locations in California) not to be confused with Fashion Institute of Technology a state university in New York City
  • Five Towns College â€" Dix Hills, New York
  • Florida Career College â€" multiple locations
  • Florida Coastal School of Law â€" Jacksonville, FL. Subsidiary of InfiLaw System
  • Florida Metropolitan University â€" multiple locations, now Everest University
  • Florida National University â€" Hialeah, Florida
  • Fortis College - multiple locations
  • Fountainhead College of Technology - Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Fox College - Chicago metropolitan area (Bedford Park and Tinley Park)
  • Full Sail University â€" Winter Park, Florida
  • Genesis Career Group â€" Atlanta, Georgia
  • Georgia Medical Institute â€" multiple locations, not to be confused with the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, now Everest Institute
  • Globe University/Minnesota School of Business â€" multiple locations in Minnesota not to be confused with Carlson School of Management the business school of the University of Minnesota (closed 4 campuses), potentially closing all campuses in 2017
  • Grand Canyon University â€" Phoenix, Arizona (mostly online); the only for-profit institution with membership in NCAA Division I
  • Grantham University â€" Kansas City, Missouri
  • Hamilton College â€" Iowa; now part of Kaplan University; formerly operated from multiple locations in Iowa and Nebraska; not to be confused with Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, or with the unaccredited Hamilton University, now Kaplan University
  • Harris School of Business â€" multiple locations
  • Harrison College â€" Indiana; multiple locations
  • Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers â€" Hollywood, Florida
  • ICPR Junior College â€" multiple locations, Puerto Rico
  • Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine - Meridian, Idaho
  • Independence University â€" Utah, online
  • Institute of Bank and Commerce IBC â€" multiple locations, Puerto Rico
  • InterCoast Colleges/InterCoast Career Institute â€" multiple locations
  • Kaplan College â€" multiple locations; includes Maric Colleges and Kaplan Career Institutes
  • Kaplan University â€" multiple locations
  • Kendall College â€" Chicago, Illinois
  • King's College - Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Kitchen Academy â€" Los Angeles, California
  • Las Vegas College â€" Henderson, Nevada, now Everest College
  • Laureate International Universities- parent company of five US brands
  • Lincoln Group of Schools â€" multiple locations; not to be confused with Lincoln University
  • Los Angeles Film School â€" Los Angeles, California
  • Mandl School â€" Manhattan, New York
  • McCann School of Business and Technology â€" multiple locations
  • McNally Smith College of Music â€" Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Miami International University of Art and Design
  • Mildred Elley â€" multiple locations
  • Miller-Motte â€" multiple locations
  • Minneapolis Business College - Roseville, Minnesota
  • Monroe College â€" multiple locations
  • Mountain West College â€" Salt Lake City, Utah
  • National American University â€" multiple campuses, including Mall of America not to be confused with American University
  • National College â€" multiple U.S. locations
  • National Institute of Technology (United States) - now Everest Institute â€" multiple locations; not to be confused with National Institutes of Technology in India
  • National Paralegal College â€" Phoenix, Arizona
  • National School of Technology â€" multiple locations
  • National University College â€" multiple locations, Puerto Rico
  • Neumont University â€" multiple locations
  • NewSchool of Architecture and Design â€" San Diego, California; not to be confused with The New School
  • Northcentral University
  • Northwestern College - Chicago, Illinois; not to be confused with Northwestern University
  • Ohio Business College â€" multiple locations
  • Olympia Career Training Institute â€" multiple locations, now Everest College
  • Pacific College of Oriental Medicine â€" a subsidiary of Quad Partners
  • Parks College â€" multiple locations
  • Pennco Tech â€" multiple locations
  • Pima Medical Institute â€" multiple locations
  • Pinnacle Career Institute â€" Kansas, multiple locations
  • Pioneer Pacific College â€" multiple locations in Oregon
  • Pittsburgh Technical Institute â€" Oakdale, Pennsylvania and Cranberry Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania
  • Platt College - Southern California multiple locations, Anaheim, Riverside, Ontario, Alhambra, San Diego, Colorado
  • Popac College â€" multiple locations, Puerto Rico
  • Porter and Chester Institute â€" Connecticut, Massachusetts
  • Post University â€" Connecticut, not to be confused with LIU Post
  • Potomac College â€" Washington,D.C. area, now the University of the Potomac
  • Provo College - Provo, Utah
  • Rasmussen College â€" multiple locations
  • Redstone College - Colorado, a division of Alta Colleges
  • Rhodes Colleges, Inc â€" now Everest College - multiple locations; not to be confused with Rhodes College
  • Rochester Business Institute â€" now Everest Institute - Rochester, New York, not to be confused with Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Lakewood, Colorado
  • Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions - Utah
  • Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine - Parker, Colorado
  • SAE Institute â€" formerly the School of Audio Engineering
  • Salem International University â€" Salem, West Virginia
  • San Joaquin Valley College â€" California, multiple locations
  • Schiller International University â€" multiple locations
  • School of Nursing and Health Sciences â€" multiple locations, a subsidiary of ITT Education
  • School of Visual Arts â€" New York City
  • South College â€" Knoxville, Tennessee
  • South University â€" multiple locations; not to be confused with Southern University or the University of the South
  • Southern Careers Institute â€" Texas, multiple locations
  • Southern States University â€" California
  • Southern Technical Institute â€" formerly Florida Medical Prep; three locations in Florida
  • Southwestern College â€" multiple locations; not to be confused with Southwestern University or Lincoln University
  • Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Specs Howard School of Media Arts â€" Michigan
  • Spencerian College â€" Kentucky, multiple locations; to merge into Sullivan University in 2018
  • Stevens-Henager College â€" Utah
  • Stratford University â€" multiple locations
  • Strayer University â€" multiple locations
  • Sullivan University â€" Kentucky, multiple locations
  • Suncoast College of Health â€" Bradenton Florida, Brandon Florida
  • TCI College of Technology â€" New York City; in 2007 TCI also assumed responsibility for the closed Interboro Institute, owned by EVCI Career Colleges Holding Corporation
  • Tooling University â€" Cleveland, Ohio
  • UEI College - multiple campuses in California
  • United Education Institute â€" campuses in Georgia
  • United States University
  • Universal Technical Institute â€" campuses in Arizona, California, Florida, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas
  • University of Advancing Technology â€" Tempe, Arizona
  • University of Phoenix â€" multiple locations (more than 100 campuses have closed)
  • University of the Potomac â€" Washington DC; Vienna, Virginia; online- a division of Linden Education
  • University of the Rockies â€" Colorado Springs, Colorado, a subsidiary of Bridgepoint Education
  • U.S. Career Institute â€" Fort Collins, Colorado
  • US Colleges - California
  • Vatterott College â€" multiple locations
  • Vet Tech Institute â€" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Virginia College â€" multiple locations, not to be confused with the University of Virginia
  • Vista College- multiple locations in Texas, and online, owned by Education Futures Group
  • Walden University - online, a division of Laureate Education
  • Waldorf College â€" Forrest City, Iowa
  • Washington Technology University â€" Bellevue, Washington
  • West Coast University â€" Los Angeles, California
  • Western Business College â€" multiple locations, now Everest College
  • Western Career Institute â€" Arizona
  • Western International University â€" multiple locations, a subsidiary of Apollo Group
  • Western State University College of Law â€" Fullerton, California not to be confused with Western Governors University
  • Wood Tobé-Coburn School - New York City
  • Wyoming Technical Institute (WyoTech) â€" multiple locations (some campuses have closed)

Closed

  • Allied American University â€" Laguna Hills, California, closed 2016
  • Allied College â€" Maryland Heights, Missouri and Fenton, Missouri, closed
  • Anthem Career College â€" multiple locations in Tennessee, closed 2014
  • Anthem College â€" multiple locations, closed in 2014
  • Anthem Institute â€" formerly the Chubb Institute; multiple locations, closed 2014
  • Ashmead College â€" multiple locations, closed
  • ATI Enterprises â€" campuses in Arizona, Florida, and Texas, closed
  • Banner College â€" Arlington, Virginia, closed
  • Banner Institute â€" Chicago, closed
  • Briarcliffe College â€" Long Island, New York; a subsidiary of Career Education Corporation; closed 2016
  • Brooks College â€" California, closed in 2008
  • Brooks Institute of Photography â€" multiple locations, closed in 2016
  • Bryman College â€" multiple locations; not to be confused with The Bryman School in Arizona, closed in 2014
  • Career Colleges of America â€" California, closed in 2014
  • Collins College â€" Phoenix, Arizona area
  • Corinthian Colleges
  • Le Cordon Bleu â€" multiple locations, subsidiary of Career Education Corporation; closing 2017
  • Crown College â€" Tacoma, Washington; lost accreditation in 2007 and closed
  • Dade Medical College
  • Daniel Webster College â€" Nashua, New Hampshire, subsidiary of ITT Educational Services, closed 2017
  • Decker College - 2002
  • Drake College of Business â€" New Jersey; closed 2015
  • Eagle Gate College â€" Utah; closed 2015
  • Everest College â€" multiple locations, a subsidiary of Corinthian Colleges, closed 2015
  • Everest Institute â€" multiple locations, a subsidiary of Corinthian Colleges, closed 2015
  • Erie Business Center â€" Erie, Pennsylvania, closed 2014
  • FastTrain College â€" Florida, closed in 2014 after FBI raid
  • Gibbs College â€" multiple locations; closed 2009
  • Harrington College of Design â€" a subsidiary of Career Education Corporation; closed 2016
  • Heald College â€" multiple locations, a subsidiary of Corinthian Colleges; closed 2015
  • High-Tech Institute â€" multiple locations, closed
  • Illinois School of Health Centers â€" Chicago, Illinois, closed 2015
  • International Academy of Design and Technology â€" multiple locations - consolidated with Sanford-Brown, then closed
  • ITT Technical Institute â€" all locations (closed September 6, 2016)
  • Kee Business College â€" multiple locations in Virginia, subsidiary of Corinthian Colleges, Inc.
  • Lighthouse College â€" closed 2015
  • Metro Business College â€" closed 2015
  • Miami-Jacobs Career College â€" closed 2016
  • Missouri College â€" a subsidiary of Career Education Corporation, closed 2016
  • Mount Washington College â€" multiple locations in New Hampshire, closed 2016
  • Omega Institute â€" closed in 2014
  • Oregon Polytechnic Institute - closed 6/28/1996
  • Sanford-Brown College â€" multiple locations; subsidiary of Career Education Corporation; not to be confused with either Stanford University or Samford University;closed 2016
  • Southwest Florida College Tampa, Fort Myers, Port Charlotte, Bonita Springs, closed
  • Springfield College â€" Springfield, Missouri; not to be confused with Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts, changed name to Everest College, closed in 2015
  • Star Career Academy â€" Berlin, New Jersey, closed in 2016
  • Trump University â€" New York City, New York; closed 2010
  • University of Southernmost Florida â€" closed 2015
  • Victory University â€" Memphis, Tennessee; closed in 2014
  • Video Technical Institute - Bell Gardens, CA
  • Westwood College â€" multiple locations; closed 2016
  • Wright Career College â€" multiple locations; closed 2016
  • Yorktowne Business Institute â€" York, Pennsylvania; closed 2015
  • Tahlia Business Institute â€" Northern Alaska; closed 2016

Outside the United States


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  • AMA Computer University â€" Quezon City, Philippines
  • Akademie Deutsche POP â€" multiple locations in Germany
  • Anhembi Morumbi University â€" São Paulo, Brazil
  • Arden University â€" United Kingdom (part of Global University Systems group).
  • BPP University â€" United Kingdom (part of Apollo Education Group).
  • Cyprus College â€" Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Dnyaneshwar Vidyapeeth â€" India
  • Institute of Banking and Commerce â€" Puerto Rico
  • London School of Business and Finance â€" United Kingdom (part of Global University Systems group).
  • Multimedia University â€" multiple locations in Malaysia
  • Nyenrode Business University â€" Breukelen, Netherlands
  • Rai University â€" India
  • Regenesys Business School â€" Sandton, South Africa
  • Ross University â€" Ross University School of Medicine in Picard, Dominica; Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in Saint Kitts
  • St. George's University â€" Grenada; includes medical school, school of veterinary medicine, and other programs
  • St Patrick's College, London â€" United Kingdom (part of Global University Systems group).
  • Taylor's University â€" multiple locations in Malaysia
  • Trinity School of Medicine - St. Vincent and Grenadines
  • Universidad Europea de Madrid â€" Madrid, Spain
  • University of Medicine and Health Sciences - Basseterre, Saint Kitts, Caribbean
  • University of the Latin American Educational Center â€" Rosario, Argentina
  • University of Law â€" United Kingdom (part of Global University Systems group).

In India many educational trusts and institutions which have no accreditation give autonomous degrees for profit.

In Chile many universities are suspected of violating legislation that forbids profitmaking in such institutions.

Distance education (online)


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  • American College of Technology â€" online distance education, based in St. Joseph, Missouri
  • American Public University System â€" includes the American Military University and American Public University; distance education; offices in Charles Town, West Virginia, and Manassas, Virginia
  • American Sentinel University â€" distance education, based in Denver, Colorado
  • Ashworth College â€" online, based in Norcross, Georgia
  • Aspen University â€" online, based in Denver, Colorado
  • California InterContinental University â€" online, based in Diamond Bar, California
  • California Southern University â€" online; not to be confused with The University of Southern California
  • Capella University â€" online
  • Concord Law School â€" online, a subsidiary of Kaplan
  • Grantham University â€" online
  • London School of Business and Finance â€" online
  • New Charter University â€" formerly Andrew Jackson University; distance education; based in Hoover, Alabama
  • New England College of Business and Finance
  • Northcentral University â€" online
  • Setanta College â€" online
  • Trident University International â€" formerly TUI University, formerly Touro University International; online
  • University of Atlanta â€" distance education only; not to be confused with Atlanta University Center or Clark Atlanta University
  • University of Liverpool - distance education only, a division of Laureate Education
  • University of the Potomac â€" distance education offices in Washington, D.C., and Vienna, Virginia with remote administration offices as well
  • Many unidentified, unknown universities from various countries which are not listed here

See also


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  • List of universities and colleges by country
  • For-profit higher education in the United States

References


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