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American National University

1813 E Main St, Salem, VA

Phone: 540-986-1800

Appalachian College of Pharmacy

1060 Dragon Rd, Oakwood, VA

Phone: 276-498-4190
Fax: 276-498-4193

Appalachian School of Law

1169 Edgewater Dr, Grundy, VA

Phone: 276-935-4349
Fax: 276-935-4586

Argosy University-Washington DC

1550 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA

Phone: 703-526-5800
Fax: 703-243-8973

Averett University

420 W Main St, Danville, VA

Phone: 434-791-5600
Fax: 434-797-2787

Averett University-Non-Traditional Programs

420 W Main St, Danville, VA

Phone: 800-448-5233
Fax: 434-791-5870

Aviation Institute of Maintenance

10640 Davidson Pl, Manassas, VA

Phone: 703-257-5515
Fax: 703-257-5523

Aviation Institute of Maintenance-Chesapeake

2211 S Military Hwy, Chesapeake, VA

Phone: 757-363-2121
Fax: 757-363-2044

Bar Palma Beauty Careers Academy

3535 Franklin Rd SW, Roanoke, VA

Phone: (540) 343-0153

Bethel College

1705 Todds Ln, Hampton, VA

Fax: 757-826-5436
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Blue Ridge Community College

1 College Ln, Weyers Cave, VA

Phone: 540-234-9261
Fax: 540-453-2428

Bluefield College Main Campus

3000 Bluefield College Dr, Bluefield, VA

Phone: 276-326-3682
Fax: 276-326-4288

Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital School of Medical Imaging

8550 Magellan Pkwy, Richmond, VA

Phone: 804-627-5408
Fax: 804-627-5304

Bridgewater College

402 E College St, Bridgewater, VA

Phone: 540-828-8000
Fax: 540-828-5481

Bryant & Stratton College

8141 Hull St Rd, Richmond, VA

Phone: 804-745-2444
Fax: 804-745-6884

Bryant & Stratton College-Hampton

4410 E Claiborne Sq, Hampton, VA

Phone: 757-896-6001
Fax: 757-896-6009

CET-Alexandria

6295 Edsall Rd, Alexandria, VA

Phone: 408-287-7924

Career Training Solutions

10304 Spotsylvania Ave, Fredericksburg, VA

Phone: 540-373-2200
Fax: 540-373-4465

Cayce Reilly School of Massotherapy

215 67th St, Virginia Beach, VA

Phone: 757-457-7270
Fax: 757-428-0398

Centura College N. Chesterfield - Richmond

7914 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, VA

Phone: 804-330-0111
Fax: 804-330-0024
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Centura College-Alexandria

6295 Edsall Rd, Alexandria, VA

Phone: 703-778-4444
Fax: 703-778-3187

Centura College-Chesapeake

932 B Ventures Way, Chesapeake, VA

Phone: 757-549-2121
Fax: 757-548-1196

Centura College-Newport News

616 Denbigh Blvd, Newport News, VA

Phone: 757-874-2121
Fax: 757-874-3857

Centura College-Richmond Westend

7001 W Broad St, Richmond, VA

Fax: 804-726-3693

Centura College-Virginia Beach

2697 Dean Dr, Virginia Beach, VA

Fax: 757-340-9704

Chamberlain College of Nursing-Virginia

2450 Crystal Dr, Arlington, VA

Phone: 703-416-7300
Fax: 703-416-7490

Christopher Newport University

1 Ave of the Arts, Newport News, VA

Phone: 757-594-7000
Fax: 757-594-7864

Chrysm Institute of Esthetics

281 Independence Blvd, Virginia Beach, VA

Phone: 757-456-5386

College of William and Mary

200 Richmond Rd, Williamsburg, VA

Phone: 757-221-4000

Columbia College

8300 Merrifield Ave, Fairfax, VA

Phone: 703-206-0508
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Court Reporting Institute of Arlington

4300 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA

Phone: 314-264-1874

Culpeper Cosmetology Training Center

311 S E St, Culpeper, VA

Phone: 540-727-8003
Fax: 540-727-8096

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College

1000 Dabney Dr, Clifton Forge, VA

Phone: 540-863-2800
Fax: 540-863-2915

Danville Community College

1008 S Main St, Danville, VA

Phone: 434-797-2222
Fax: 434-797-8514

Danville Regional Medical Center School of Health Professions

142 S Main St, Danville, VA

Phone: 434-799-4443
Fax: 434-799-4563

DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management-Virginia

2450 Crystal Dr, Arlington, VA

Phone: 703-414-4000

DeVry University-Virginia

2450 Crystal Dr, Arlington, VA

Phone: 703-414-4000
Fax: 703-414-4023

DeVry University-Virginia

2450 Crystal Dr, Arlington, VA

Phone: (703) 414-4000
Fax: (703) 414-4023

Dominion School of Hair Design

1755 George Washington Memorial Highway, Gloucester Point, VA

Phone: 804-684-9150
Fax: 804-684-9177

ECPI University

5555 Greenwich Rd, Virginia Beach, VA

Phone: 757-490-9090
Fax: 757-671-8661
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About Colleges

There are over 7000 colleges and universities. A college in the generic term for any post-secondary undergraduate education and is an interchangeable term with “university” (in most cases). Most teenagers go to college after high school graduation. 

While there are no national standards in the US, the term university primarily designates institutions that provide undergraduate and graduate education. A university typically has as its core and its largest internal division an undergraduate college teaching a liberal arts curriculum, also culminating in a bachelor's degree. What often distinguishes a university is having, in addition, one or more graduate schools engaged in both teaching graduate classes and in research. 

Colleges vary in terms of the degrees offered, the size of the student body and length of stay. Two-year colleges, also known as junior or community colleges, usually offer an associate's degree, and four-year colleges usually offer a bachelor's degree. Often, these are entirely undergraduate institutions, although some have graduate school programs.

Students must pay for college before taking classes. Some borrow the money via loans, and some students fund their educations with cash, scholarships, or grants, or some combination of any two or more of those payment methods. Some students choose to dual-enroll, by taking college classes while still in high school to defer some of the early costs.

For state-owned schools also known as "public universities”, there are subsidies given to these colleges, with the student benefiting from lower tuition if they are in-state residents.  The state subsidized on average 50% of public university tuition.