Tennessee Colleges Statistics

Check the 2023 statistics for 14 Tennessee Colleges and compare the schools to get right decision. Below You can view the average values of key academic facts and compare all Tennessee Colleges.
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2023 Tennessee Colleges Statistics

In Tennessee State, there are 14 Tennessee Colleges - 2 public and 12 private schools. Among them, 10 schools are offering undergraduate programs and 8 schools have graduate programs. 4 Tennessee Colleges offer the distance learning Opportunities and 1 schools are online completely schools that all degree programs can be completed by online educationin Tennessee.
Total 2,142 students are attending Tennessee Colleges and the average students to faculty ratio is 11.25 to 1. The 2023 average tuition & fees at Tennessee Colleges is $4,826 for Tennessee residents and $12,764 for out-of-state students. The average graduate tuition & fees is - for Tennessee residents and $38,904 for out-of-state students. Next table shows the 2022-2023 statistics for Tennessee Colleges.
Tennessee Colleges Statistics
academic year 2022-2023
Number of Schools14 schools
By Types2 public, 12 private
By Levels11 four(4) years
3 two but less than four years
0 less than two(2) years
By Categories3 Community Colleges
Tuition & fees
Undergraduate$4,826 Tennessee residents
$12,764 out-of-state
Average Financial Aid$6,214
Student Population2,142
Acceptance Rate65.55%
Test Scores0 SAT, 0 AVG
Students to Faculty Ratio11.25 to 1

Tennessee Colleges Comparison By Rank, Tuition, and Admission

The following table lists Tennessee Colleges ordered by rank. The number in rank column refers to the rank in the Tennessee college ranking. You can sort the schools by clicking column name that you want to sort.
2022-2023 Tennessee Colleges Comparison
Rank*NameTuition & FeesAverage Financial AidPopulationAcceptance RateTest ScoresStudents to Faculty Ratio
- Hussian College-Daymar College Murfreesboro
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Private, 4-yearsMurfreesboro, TN
$22,851 $5,997 5778% - 10 to 1
- Hussian College-Daymar College Clarksville
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Private, 4-yearsClarksville, TN
$20,110 $6,425 37153% - 20 to 1
- Southern College of Optometry
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Private, 4-yearsMemphis, TN
- - 532- - -
- Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Ripley
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Public, 2-4 yearsRipley, TN
$4,308 $4,492 362- - 15 to 1
- Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia Inc
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Private, 4-yearsMadison, TN
- - 295- - -
- Hussian College-Daymar College Nashville
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Private, 4-yearsNashville, TN
$22,225 $7,779 33- - 10 to 1
- Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Covington
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Public, 2-4 yearsCovington, TN
$5,344 $3,931 396- - 18 to 1
- Huntington University of Health Sciences
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Private, 4-yearsKnoxville, TN
$8,242 $3,986 71- - 5 to 1
- DeVry University-Tennessee
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Private, 4-yearsNashville, TN
$15,032 $13,302 19- - 6 to 1
$6,214 2,14265.55% - 11.25 to 1
*Tennessee college ranking
**Ranking data provided by CollegeEvaluator.

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Tennessee Best Colleges

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1. Vanderbilt UniversityPrivate, 4-yearsNashville, TN


2. The University of Tennessee-KnoxvillePublic, 4-yearsKnoxville, TN


3. Rhodes CollegePrivate, 4-yearsMemphis, TN


4. Union UniversityPrivate, 4-yearsJackson, TN


5. Lipscomb UniversityPrivate, 4-yearsNashville, TN


6. Freed-Hardeman UniversityPrivate, 4-yearsHenderson, TN

All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2022-2023