With more than 65,500 students, The University of Alabama System is Alabama’s largest higher education enterprise, comprised of three dynamic institutions striving to provide the people of Alabama with regionally and nationally prominent teaching, research, and service programs with a profound impact on our state.
Three institutions and the statewide distance learning network, distance learning consortium.
Ten institutions, three affiliated national laboratories, five medical centers.
Ten campuses and eight research, educational and training centers.
Four 4-year, three community colleges and two technical colleges.
Two institutions with multiple locations.
The nine-member Kansas Board of Regents is the governing board of the state’s six universities and the statewide coordinating board for the state’s 32 public higher education institutions (six state universities, one municipal university, nineteen community colleges, and six technical colleges).
In addition, the Board administers the state’s student financial aid, adult education, high school equivalency, and career and technical education programs. Private proprietary schools and out-of-state institutions are authorized by the Kansas Board of Regents to operate in Kansas.
Three universities at five locations.
The University of Massachusetts is the Commonwealth’s only public research university system. It consists of five campuses in Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell and UMass Medical School in Worcester. The University also has a satellite in Springfield and a School of Law in Dartmouth.
Twelve institutions and two regional centers.
Seven universities and nine regional outreach centers.
The MnSCU system has 31 institutions with 54 campuses conveniently located in 47 Minnesota communities that serve more than 430,000 students.
The sixteen universities and colleges of the Montana University System (MUS) collectively enroll over 46,000 students.
The University of North Carolina is a multi-campus university dedicated to serving our state and its people through world-class teaching, research and scholarship, and outreach and service. The oldest public university in the nation, UNC traces its roots to the state’s 1776 constitution, which held that “All useful Learning shall be duly encouraged and promoted in one or more Universities.” Today, more than 220,000 students are enrolled on 16 university campuses across the state and at the NC School of Science and Mathematics, the country’s first public, residential high school for gifted students.
The Nebraska State College System serves close to 9,000 students from Nebraska and surrounding states through three geographically diverse institutions: Chadron State College, Peru State College and Wayne State College. Combined, the three colleges offer more than 200 degree, certificate, and pre-professional programs that are accessible on the three campuses, via the internet, and in several satellite locations throughout the state.
The University of Nebraska is a four-campus, public university that was founded in 1869. It exists today to serve Nebraskans through quality teaching, research, outreach and engagement.
The University System of New Hampshire is the largest provider of postsecondary education in the State of New Hampshire and includes the University of New Hampshire, University of New Hampshire School of Law, University of New Hampshire at Manchester, Plymouth State University, Keene State College, and Granite State College.
The State University of New York is the largest comprehensive university system in the United States. SUNY's impact in New York State and across the globe begins with 64 institutions, including research universities, academic medical centers, liberal arts colleges, community colleges, colleges of technology and an online learning network.
Three four-year, and three two-year public institutions.
The Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) is one of the nation's largest higher education systems, governing 46 post-secondary educational institutions. The TBR system includes six universities, 13 two-year colleges and 27 colleges of applied technology, providing programs to students across the state, country and world.
Twelve universities and numerous research centers.
Nine universities, six health science centers.
Four universities and two teaching centers,.
Fifteen institutions (13 University of Wisconsin institutions, the 13 consolidated University of Wisconsin Colleges, and UW Extension).