Colleges and universities in North Carolina

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This is a list of colleges and universities in North Carolina:

Public[change | edit source]

  • North Carolina Community College System
    • Alamance
    • Asheville-Buncombe
    • Beaufort County
    • Bladen
    • Blue Ridge
    • Brunswick
    • Caldwell
    • Cape Fear
    • Carteret
    • Catawba Valley
    • Central Carolina
    • Central Piedmont
    • Cleveland
    • Coastal Carolina
    • College of the Albemarle
    • Craven
    • Davidson County
    • Durham
    • Edgecombe
    • Fayetteville
    • Forsyth
    • Gaston College
    • Guilford
    • Halifax
    • Haywood
    • Isothermal
    • James Sprunt
    • Johnston
    • Lenoir
    • Martin
    • Mayland
    • McDowell
    • Mitchell
    • Montgomery
    • Nash
    • Pamlico
    • Piedmont
    • Pitt
    • Randolph
    • Richmond
    • Roanoke-Chowan
    • Robeson
    • Rockingham
    • Rowan-Cabarrus
    • Sandhills
    • Sampson
    • South Piedmont
    • Southeastern
    • Southwestern
    • Stanly
    • Surry
    • Tri-County
    • Vance-Granville
    • Wake
    • Wayne
    • Western Piedmont
    • Wilkes
    • Wilson
  • University of North Carolina
    • Appalachian State University
    • East Carolina University
    • Elizabeth City State University
    • Fayetteville State University
    • University of North Carolina at Asheville
    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    • University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    • University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    • University of North Carolina at Pembroke
    • University of North Carolina at Wilmington
    • University of North Carolina School of the Arts
    • North Carolina A&T State University
    • North Carolina Central University
    • North Carolina State University
    • Western Carolina University
    • Winston-Salem State University

The University of North Carolina has another member school, the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. However, it is not a college or university, but rather a two-year high school for gifted North Carolina students in the stated subjects.

Private[change | edit source]

  • Barber-Scotia College
  • Barton College
  • Belmont Abbey College
  • Bennett College
  • Brevard College
  • Campbell University
  • Catawba College
  • Chowan University
  • Davidson College
  • Duke University
  • Elon University
  • Gardner-Webb University
  • Greensboro College
  • Guilford College
  • High Point University
  • John Wesley College
  • Johnson C. Smith University
  • Johnson and Wales University
  • Lees-McRae College
  • Lenoir-Rhyne College
  • Livingstone College
  • Louisburg College
  • Mars Hill College
  • Meredith College
  • Methodist University
  • Montreat College
  • Mount Olive College
  • North Carolina Wesleyan College
  • Peace College
  • Pfeiffer University
  • Piedmont Baptist College
  • Queens University of Charlotte
  • Roanoke Bible College
  • St. Andrews Presbyterian College
  • St. Augustine's College
  • Salem College
  • School of Communication Arts
  • Shaw University
  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Wake Forest University
  • Warren Wilson College
  • Wingate University

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