Colleges and Universities of St. Louis

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The St. Louis metropolitan region contains a vibrant and energetic college student population. With almost 10% of its population enrolled in an institution of higher education, St. Louis has a plethora of institutions of higher learning.

St. Louis also holds a unique place in the establishment of American colleges and universities. The oldest university west of the Mississippi River, Saint Louis University, was founded in 1818.

St. Louis and the surrounding area is home to at least 30 institutions of higher learning:

Brookings Hall; the most recognized building on the Washington University campus
DuBourg Hall serves as the administration building for St. Louis University.

City of St. Louis

Four-year and Graduate colleges

Community College

St. Louis Community College - Forest Park
St. Louis Community College - Meramec
St. Louis Community College - Florissant Valley
St. Louis Community College - Wildwood (Fall 2007)

For-Profit Schools and Colleges


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Colleges and Universities in the St. Louis Area
Aquinas Institute of TheologyChamberlain College of NursingConcordia Seminary Covenant Theological SeminaryEden Theological SeminaryFontbonne UniversityHarris-Stowe State UniversityLindenwood UniversityLogan College of ChiropracticMarillac CollegeMaryville UniversityMcKendree CollegeMissouri Baptist UniversityRanken Technical CollegeSt. Charles Community CollegeSt. Louis UniversitySt. Louis College of PharmacySt. Louis Community CollegeSouthern Illinois University EdwardsvilleUniversity of Missouri–St. LouisWashington UniversityWebster University