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Alabama (AL)
There are 61 colleges and universities in the U.S. state of AL. The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa is the largest university in the state with 36,155 enrolled for fall 2014. Calhoun Community College in Decatur is the largest two-year college, with an enrollment of 12,134. The smallest institution is Heritage Christian University, a Churches of Christ-affiliated seminary, with an enrollment of 88 students. The oldest institution is Athens State University in Athens founded in 1822 (reference Wikipedia).
  Alaska (AK)
AK is the largest state in the United States and has about a dozen colleges and universities to choose from. Half of AK's population resides in Anchorage, which is in the major freight port. Many of the AK's colleges and universities are located there and includes the University of Alaska, Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University.
Arizona (AZ)
AZ's higher education system is composed of 91 colleges and universities. Of these, 28 are public institutions, 13 are nonprofit private schools and 50 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Arkansas (AR)
AR's higher education system is composed of 52 colleges and universities. Of these, 33 are public institutions, 14 are nonprofit private schools and five (5) are for-profit private institutions[1].
California (CA)
CA's higher education system is composed of 474 colleges and universities. Of these, 150 are public institutions, 153 are nonprofit private schools and 171 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Colorado (CO)
CO's higher education system is composed of 95 colleges and universities. Of these, 29 are public institutions, 18 are nonprofit private schools and 48 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Connecticut (CT)
CT's higher education system is composed of 45 colleges and universities. Of these, 19 are public institutions, 20 are nonprofit private schools and six (6) are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Delaware (DE)
DE's higher education system is composed of 11 colleges and universities. Of these, five are public institutions, five are nonprofit private schools and one (1) is a for-profit private institutions[1].
District of Columbia (DC)
There are 19 colleges and universities in DC that are listed under the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  Florida (FL)
FL's higher education system is composed of 235 colleges and universities. Of these, 41 are public institutions, 65 are nonprofit private schools and 129 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Georgia (GA)
GA's higher education system is composed of 137 colleges and universities. Of these, 57 are public institutions, 36 are nonprofit private schools and 44 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Hawaii (HI)
HI's higher education system is composed of 21 colleges and universities. Of these, 10 are public institutions, seven are nonprofit private schools and four (4) are for-profit private institutions[1].
Idaho (ID)
ID's higher education system is composed of 20 colleges and universities. Of these, eight are public institutions, seven are nonprofit private schools and five are for- profit private institutions[1].
  Illinois (IL)
IL's higher education system is composed of 188 colleges and universities. Of these, 60 are public institutions, 86 are nonprofit private schools and 42 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Indiana (IN)
IN's higher education system is composed of 86 colleges and universities. Of these, 16 are public institutions, 40 are nonprofit private schools and 30 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Iowa (IA)
IA's higher education system is composed of 67 colleges and universities. Of these, 19 are public institutions, 35 are nonprofit private schools and 13 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Kansas (KS)
KS's higher education system is composed of 71 colleges and universities. Of these, 33 are public institutions, 25 are nonprofit private schools and 13 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Kentucky (KY)
KY's higher education system is composed of 80 colleges and universities. Of these, 24 are public institutions, 28 are nonprofit private schools and 28 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Louisiana (LA)
LA's higher education system is composed of 70 colleges and universities. Of these, 34 are public institutions, 14 are nonprofit private schools and 22 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Maine (ME)
MA's higher education system is composed of 32 colleges and universities. Of these, 15 are public institutions, 14 are nonprofit private schools and three (3) are for-profit private institutions[1].
Maryland (MD)
MD's higher education system is composed of 63 colleges and universities. Of these, 30 are public institutions, 22 are nonprofit private schools and 11 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Massachusetts (MA)
MA's higher education system is composed of 127 colleges and universities. Of these, 30 are public institutions, 86 are nonprofit private schools and 11 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Michigan (MI)
MI's higher education system is composed of 117 colleges and universities. Of these, 46 are public institutions, 51 are nonprofit private schools and 20 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Minnesota (MN)
MN's higher education system is composed of 118 colleges and universities. Of these, 43 are public institutions, 35 are nonprofit private schools and 40 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Mississippi (MS)
MS's higher education system is composed of 42 colleges and universities. Of these, 24 are public institutions, nine (9) are nonprofit private schools and nine are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Missouri (MO)
MO's higher education system is composed of 137 colleges and universities. Of these, 28 are public institutions, 55 are nonprofit private schools and 54 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Montana (MT)
MT's higher education system is composed of 23 colleges and universities. Of these, 17 are public institutions, six (6) are nonprofit private schools and none are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Nebraska (NE)
NE's higher education system is composed of 44 colleges and universities. Of these, 15 are public institutions, 19 are nonprofit private schools and 10 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Nevada (NV)
NV's higher education system is composed of 26 colleges and universities. Of these, seven are public institutions, three (3) are nonprofit private schools and 16 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  New Hampshire (NH)
NH's higher education system is composed of 28 colleges and universities. Of these, 12 are public institutions, 14 are nonprofit private schools and two (2) are for-profit private institutions[1].
New Jersey (NJ)
NJ's higher education system is composed of 71 colleges and universities. Of these, 32 are public institutions, 30 are nonprofit private schools and nine (9) are for-profit private institutions[1].
  New Mexico (NM)
NM's higher education system is composed of 44 colleges and universities. Of these, 28 are public institutions, three are nonprofit private schools and 13 are for-profit private institutions[1].
New York (NY)
NY's higher education system is composed of 312 colleges and universities. Of these, 81 are public institutions, 184 are nonprofit private schools and 47 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  North Carolina (NC)
NC's higher education system is composed of 151 colleges and universities. Of these, 75 are public institutions, 50 are nonprofit private schools and 26 are for-profit private institutions[1].
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North Dakota (ND)
ND's higher education system is composed of 21 colleges and universities. Of these, 15 are public institutions, six (6) are nonprofit private schools and only one (1) is a for-profit private institution[1].
  Ohio (OH)
OH's higher education system is composed of 218 colleges and universities. Of these, 59 are public institutions, 76 are nonprofit private schools and 83 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Oklahoma (OK)
OK's higher education system is composed of 66 colleges and universities. Of these, 30 are public institutions, 14 are nonprofit private schools and 22 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Oregon (OR)
OR's higher education system is composed of 65 colleges and universities. Of these, 25 are public institutions, 25 are nonprofit private schools and 15 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Pennsylvania (PA)
PA's higher education system is composed of 268 colleges and universities. Of these, 62 are public institutions, 124 are nonprofit private schools and 82 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Rhode Island (RI)
RI's higher education system is composed of 13 colleges and universities. Of these, three are public institutions, and ten (10) are nonprofit private schools. RI has no for-profit private institutions[1].
South Carolina (SC)
SC's higher education system is composed of 80 colleges and universities. Of these, 33 are public institutions, 25 are nonprofit private schools and 22 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  South Dakota (SD)
SD's higher education system is composed of 25 colleges and universities. Of these, 12 are public institutions, eight (8) are nonprofit private schools and five (5) are for-profit private institutions[1].
Tennessee (TN)
TN's higher education system is composed of 113 colleges and universities. Of these, 22 are public institutions, 50 are nonprofit private schools and 41 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Texas (TX)
TX's higher education system is composed of 277 colleges and universities. Of these, 108 are public institutions, 68 are nonprofit private schools and 101 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Utah (UT)
UT's higher education system is composed of 41 colleges and universities. Of these, eight are public institutions, 11 are nonprofit private schools and 22 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Vermont (VT)
VT's higher education system is composed of 24 colleges and universities. Of these, six (6) are public institutions, 17 are nonprofit private schools and one (1) is a for-profit private institution[1].
Virginia (VA)
VA's higher education system is composed of 132 colleges and universities. Of these, 40 are public institutions, 40 are nonprofit private schools and 52 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Washington (WA)
WA's higher education system is composed of 86 colleges and universities. Of these, 43 are public institutions, 24 are nonprofit private schools and 19 are for-profit private institutions[1].
West Virginia (WV)
WV's higher education system is composed of 46 colleges and universities. Of these, 23 are public institutions, ten (10) are nonprofit private schools and 13 are for-profit private institutions[1].
  Wisconsin (WI)
WI's higher education system is composed of 89 colleges and universities. Of these, 31 are public institutions, 31 are nonprofit private schools and 27 are for-profit private institutions[1].
Wyoming (WY)
WY's higher education system is composed of ten (10) colleges and universities. Of these, eight (8) are public institutions, one (1) is a nonprofit private school and one (1) is a for- profit private institution[1].
---------------------------------------- [1]National Center for Education Statistics, College Navigator (December 15, 2014).
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