List of colleges and universities in Massachusetts

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Massachusetts Hall at Harvard University

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, there are more than 100 institutions of higher education, including doctoral and research universities, baccalaureate colleges, associate's colleges, master's degree-granting institutions, and special-focus institutions. Some are administered by the University of Massachusetts system, the largest provider of postsecondary education in the state, and others are part of a network of 15 public community colleges. Many are non-profit private institutions, while others are for-profit institutions.

The oldest school in the state is Harvard University, a member of the Ivy League and the only Massachusetts institution founded before the American Revolution. The newest is the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, founded in 1997. Enrollment sizes range from Conway School of Landscape Design, with 19 students, to Boston University, a private school that serves more than 30,000 students. Most of the colleges in Massachusetts are concentrated around Boston, the state capital and largest city in Massachusetts.

Many Massachusetts-based institutions of higher education have become defunct over the years. Among these, Bradford College operated for 197 years, from 1803 to 2000, and ArsDigita University, an internet-based computer school associated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, operated the least amount of time in the state, from 2000 to 2001. Atlantic Union College in South Lancaster is the latest college to cease operating in the state when it did so in July, 2011. It was later bought out by Washington Adventist University of Maryland, which plans on operating a satellite campus there.

Open institutions[edit]

NameLocationControlClassificationEnrollment[1]FoundedInitial NEASC accreditation[2]
American International CollegeSpringfieldPrivate[3]Master's[3]2,67818851933
Amherst CollegeAmherstPrivate[4]Baccalaureate[4]1,68318211929
Andover Newton Theological SchoolNewtonPrivate[5]Special-focus institution[5]35019651978
Anna Maria College[1]PaxtonPrivateMaster's & Baccalaureate1,24419461955
Assumption CollegeWorcesterPrivate[6]Master's[6]2,87219041949
Babson CollegeWellesleyPrivate[7]Special-focus institution[7]3,43419191950
Bard College at Simon's RockGreat BarringtonPrivate[8]Baccalaureate[8]40319641973
Bay Path CollegeLongmeadowPrivate[9]Baccalaureate[9]1,60318971965
Bay State CollegeBostonFor-profit[10]Baccalaureate[10]35419462008
Becker CollegeWorcesterPrivate[11]Baccalaureate[11]1,80017841992
Benjamin Franklin Institute of TechnologyBostonPrivate[12]Special-focus institution[12]51319082006
Bentley UniversityWalthamPrivate[13]Master's[13]5,63619171966
Berklee College of MusicBostonPrivate[14]Special-focus institution[14]4,09019451973
Berkshire Community CollegePittsfieldPublic[15]Associate’s[15]2,26719601964
Blessed John XXIII National SeminaryWestonPrivate[16]Special-focus institution[16]561964--
Boston Architectural CollegeBostonPrivate[17]Special-focus institution[17]1,33818891991
Boston Baptist CollegeMiltonPrivate[18]Special-focus institution[18]1531976--
Boston CollegeChestnut HillPrivate[19]Research university[19]14,62118631935
Boston ConservatoryBostonPrivate[20]Special-focus institution[20]63018671968
Boston Graduate School of PsychoanalysisBrooklinePrivate[21]Special-focus institution[21]17819731996
Boston UniversityBostonPrivate[22]Research university[22]32,05318391929
Brandeis UniversityWalthamPrivate[23]Research university[23]5,33319481953
Bridgewater State UniversityBridgewaterPublic[24]Master's[24]9,93418401953
Bristol Community CollegeFall RiverPublic[25]Associate’s[25]7,38819651970
Bunker Hill Community CollegeBostonPublic[26]Associate’s[26]8,80619731976
Cambridge CollegeCambridgePrivate[27]Master's[27]5,35519711981
Cape Cod Community CollegeWest BarnstablePublic[28]Associate’s[28]4,29919611967
Clark UniversityWorcesterPrivate[29]Research university[29]3,21018871929
College of the Holy CrossWorcesterPrivate[30]Baccalaureate[30]2,84718431930
Conway School of Landscape DesignConwayPrivate[31]Special-focus institution[31]1919721989
Curry CollegeMiltonPrivate[32]Baccalaureate[32]3,18218791970
Dean CollegeFranklinPrivate[33]Associate's & Bachelor's[33]1,07518651957
Eastern Nazarene CollegeQuincyPrivate[34]Baccalaureate[34]1,07519001943
Elms College
College of Our Lady of the Elms
ChicopeePrivate[35]Baccalaureate[35]1,25819281942
Emerson CollegeBostonPrivate[36]Master's[36]4,38018801950
Emmanuel CollegeBostonPrivate[37]Master's[37]2,46719191933
Endicott CollegeBeverlyPrivate[38]Baccalaureate[38]3,71019391952
Episcopal Divinity SchoolCambridgePrivate[39]Special-focus institution[39]1081975--
Fisher CollegeBostonPrivate[40]Baccalaureate[40]1,22519031970
Fitchburg State UniversityFitchburgPublic[41]Master's[41]6,69218941953
Framingham State UniversityFraminghamPublic[42]Master's[42]5,90318391950
Franklin W. Olin College of EngineeringNeedhamPrivate--29919972006
Gordon CollegeWenhamPrivate[43]Baccalaureate[43]1,64818891961
Gordon-Conwell Theological SeminarySouth HamiltonPrivate[44]Special-focus institution[44]2,13419691985
Greenfield Community CollegeGreenfieldPublic[45]Associate’s[45]2,23619621966
Hampshire CollegeAmherstPrivate[46]Baccalaureate[46]1,43119701974
Harvard UniversityCambridgePrivate[47]Research university[47]25,69016361929
Hebrew CollegeNewtonPrivate[48]Special-focus institution[48]20119211955
Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of TheologyBrooklinePrivate[49]Special-focus institution[49]21119371974
Holyoke Community CollegeHolyokePublic[50]Associate’s[50]6,46119461970
Hult International Business SchoolCambridgePrivate[51]Special-focus institution[51]19641976
Labouré CollegeBostonPrivate[52]Associate's[52]54818922005
Lasell CollegeNewtonPrivate[53]Baccalaureate[53]1,63018511932
Lesley UniversityCambridgePrivate[54]Master's[54]7,00319091952
Longy School of MusicCambridgePrivate[55]Special-focus institution[55]1,40319151995
Marian Court CollegeSwampscottPrivate[56]Associate’s[56]35019642004
Massachusetts Bay Community CollegeWellesleyPublic[57]Associate’s[57]5,01819611967
Massachusetts College of Art and DesignBostonPublic[58]Special-focus institution[58]2,31218731954
Massachusetts College of Liberal ArtsNorth AdamsPublic[59]Baccalaureate[59]1,84118941953
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesBostonPrivate[60]Special-focus institution[60]3,62618231974
Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCambridgePrivate[61]Research university[61]10,22018611929
Massachusetts Maritime AcademyBournePublic[62]Baccalaureate[62]1,13518911974
Massachusetts School of LawAndoverPrivate[63]Special-focus institution[63]63619881997
Massachusetts School of Professional PsychologyBostonPrivate[64]Special-focus institution[64]30419741984
Massasoit Community CollegeBrocktonPublic[65]Associate’s[65]7,06419661971
Merrimack CollegeNorth AndoverPrivate[66]Baccalaureate[66]2,09819471953
Middlesex Community CollegeBedfordPublic[67]Associate’s[67]8,12419701973
Montserrat College of ArtBeverlyPrivate[68]Special-focus institution[68]28519701995
Mount Holyoke CollegeSouth HadleyPrivate[69]Baccalaureate[69]2,20418371929
Mount Ida CollegeNewtonPrivate[70]Baccalaureate[70]1,42918991970
Mount Wachusett Community CollegeGardnerPublic[71]Associate’s[71]4,14719631968
New England College of OptometryBostonPrivate[72]Special-focus institution[72]46418941976
New England ConservatoryBostonPrivate[73]Special-focus institution[73]78718671951
New England Institute of ArtBrooklineFor-profit[74]Special-focus institution[74]1,67519522004
New England School of LawBostonPrivate[75]Special-focus institution[75]1,1031938--
Newbury CollegeBrooklinePrivate[76]Baccalaureate[76]1,20219622000
Nichols CollegeDudleyPrivate[77]Special-focus institution[77]1,47718151965
North Shore Community CollegeLynnPublic[78]Associate’s[78]7,10719651969
Northeastern UniversityBostonPrivate[79]Research university[79]24,43418981940
Northern Essex Community CollegeHaverhillPublic[80]Associate’s[80]6,52619721969
Northpoint Bible CollegeHaverhillPrivate[81]Special-focus institution[81]2651924--
Pine Manor CollegeChestnut HillPrivate[82]Baccalaureate[82]47219111939
Quincy CollegeQuincyPublic[83]Associate’s[83]3,93219581980
Quinsigamond Community CollegeWorcesterPublic[84]Associate’s[84]6,65419631967
Regis CollegeWestonPrivate[85]Master's[85]1,51119271933
Roxbury Community CollegeRoxburyPublic[86]Associate’s[86]2,39819731981
Saint John's SeminaryBrightonPrivate[87]Special-focus institution[87]11818841969
Salem State UniversitySalemPublic[88]Master's[88]10,08518541953
Salter CollegeWest BoylstonFor-profit--3011937--
School of the Museum of Fine ArtsBostonPrivate[89]Special-focus institution[89]7971876--
Simmons CollegeBostonPrivate[90]Master's[90]4,73318991929
Smith CollegeNorthamptonPrivate[91]Baccalaureate[91]3,06518751929
Southern New England School of LawNorth Dartmouth[92]Private[92]Special-focus institution25619811995
Springfield CollegeSpringfieldPrivate[93]Master's[93]4,75518851930
Springfield Technical Community CollegeSpringfieldPublic[94]Associate’s[94]6,07419671971
Stonehill CollegeEastonPrivate[95]Baccalaureate[95]2,45019481959
Suffolk UniversityBostonPrivate[96]Research university[96]9,10319061952
Tufts UniversityMedfordPrivate[97]Research university[97]9,75818521929
University of Massachusetts AmherstAmherstPublic[98]Research university[98]25,87318631932
University of Massachusetts BostonBostonPublic[99]Research university[99]13,43319641972
University of Massachusetts DartmouthDartmouthPublic[100]Master's[100]9,08018951964
University of Massachusetts LowellLowellPublic[101]Research university[101]14,70218941975
University of Massachusetts Medical SchoolWorcesterPublic[102]Special-focus institution[102]1,01319621997
Urban College of BostonBostonPrivate[103]Associate’s[103]67319932001
Wellesley CollegeWellesleyPrivate[104]Baccalaureate[104]2,38018751929
Wentworth Institute of TechnologyBostonPrivate[105]Special-focus institution[105]3,72819041967
Western New England University (as of July 1, 2011)SpringfieldPrivate[106]Master's[106]3,65719191965
Westfield State UniversityWestfieldPublic[107]Master's[107]5,39218381957
Wheaton CollegeNortonPrivate[108]Baccalaureate[108]1,65718341929
Wheelock CollegeBostonPrivate[109]Master's[109]1,08619391950
Williams CollegeWilliamstownPrivate[110]Baccalaureate[110]2,07317931929
Woods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionWoods HolePrivateSpecial-focus institution19302001
Worcester Polytechnic InstituteWorcesterPrivate[111]Research university[111]4,15818651937
Worcester State UniversityWorcesterPublic[112]Master's[112]5,35818741957

Closed institutions[edit]

Campus of Bradford Academy, ca. 1905
SchoolLocationControlTypeFoundedClosedRef.
Aquinas CollegeMilton, NewtonPrivateAssociate’s college19561999[113]
ArsDigita UniversityCambridgePrivateSpecial-focus institution20002001[113]
Atlantic Union CollegeSouth LancasterPrivateBaccalaureate18822011[114]
Berkshire Christian CollegeLenoxPrivateSpecial-focus institution18971986[113]
Berkshire Medical CollegePittsfieldPrivateSpecial-focus institution1823[113]
Boston Business SchoolBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution19141984[113]
Boston Female Medical SchoolBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution18481874[113]
Boston State CollegeBostonPublicLiberal arts college18721982[113]
Bouvé CollegeBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution19131977[115]
Bradford CollegeHaverhillPrivateLiberal arts college18032000[113]
Bradford Durfee College of TechnologyFall RiverPrivateSpecial-focus institution18991964[113]
Bryant & Stratton Business InstituteBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution1975[113]
Bryant McIntosh CollegeLawrencePrivateAssociate’s college19721975[113]
Burdett CollegeWorcesterPrivateBaccalaureate college1999[113]
Calvin Coolidge College of Liberal ArtsBostonPrivateLiberal arts college1970[113]
Cambridge Junior CollegeCambridgePrivateAssociate’s college19341974[113]
Cardinal Cushing CollegeBrooklinePrivateSpecial-focus institution19521972[113]
Cardinal O'Connell SeminaryJamaica PlainPrivateSpecial-focus institution1970[116]
Central New England CollegeWorcesterPrivateAssociate’s college19051989[113]
College of Physicians and SurgeonsBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution18821906[113]
College of Saint JosephBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Comers Commercial CollegeBostonPrivate[113]
Divine Providence InstituteNever openedPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Garland Junior CollegeBostonPrivateAssociate’s college19471976[113]
Grahm Junior CollegeBostonPrivateAssociate’s college19501979[113]
Holliston Junior CollegeHollistonPrivateAssociate’s college19191986[113]
Hyannis State Teachers CollegeHyannisPublicSpecial-focus institution18971944[113]
Ipswich Female SeminaryIpswichPrivateSpecial-focus institution18281878[113]
Kinyon-Campbell Business SchoolNew BedfordPrivateSpecial-focus institution19111999[113]
LaFosse Teacher Training CollegeNever openedPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Lay CollegeReverePrivate[113]
Leicester Junior CollegeLeicesterPrivateAssociate’s college17841977[113]
Marist College and SeminaryFraminghamPrivateSpecial-focus institution1939[113]
Massachusetts College of OsteopathyBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution18981944[113]
Massachusetts General Hospital School of NursingBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution18731981[117]
Middlesex UniversityWalthamPrivateSpecial-focus institution19141947[113]
Monroe College of OratoryBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution1880[113]
Mount Alvernia CollegeNewtonPrivate19591973[113]
New Bedford Institute of TechnologyNew BedfordPrivateSpecial-focus institution19041953[113]
Newton College of the Sacred HeartNewton CentrePrivateLiberal arts college19461975[113]
Newton Junior CollegeNewtonvillePrivateAssociate’s college19461976[113]
Newton Theological InstitutionNewton CentrePrivateSpecial-focus institution18251965[113]
Northampton Junior CollegeNorthamptonPrivateAssociate’s college19631973[113]
Oblate College & SeminaryNatwickPrivateSpecial-focus institution1974[113]
Oread InstituteWorcesterPrivateSpecial-focus institution18491934[113]
Our Lady of SorrowsSharonPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Perry Normal SchoolBostonPrivate18981974[113]
Radcliffe CollegeCambridgePrivateLiberal arts college18791999[113]
Regina Coeli CollegeNever openedPrivate[113]
Sacred Heart College for TeachersNever openedPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Saint Gabriel's InstituteNever openedPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Saint Hyacinth College & SeminaryGranbyPrivateSpecial-focus institution2003[113]
Saint Joseph Teacher Training InstituteNever openedPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Saint Paul's House of StudiesNever openedPrivateSpecial-focus institution[113]
Staley School of the Spoken WordBrooklinePrivateSpecial-focus institution19001957[113]
Stanley CollegeUnknownPrivate1959[113]
Swain School of DesignNew BedfordPrivate18811988
Wang Institute of Graduate StudiesTyngsboroughPrivateSpecial-focus institution19791988[113]
Winter Hill Business CollegeBostonPrivateSpecial-focus institution1903[113]
Worcester Junior CollegeWorcesterPrivateAssociate’s college19051989[113]
Worcester Medical InstituteWorcesterPrivateSpecial-focus institution18461859[113]

See also[edit]

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