Colleges in Kane County, Illinois

There are 16 Colleges in Kane County, Illinois, serving a population of 529,402 people in an area of 521 square miles. There is 1 College per 33,087 people, and 1 College per 32 square miles.

In Illinois, Kane County is ranked 35th of 102 counties in Colleges per capita, and 4th of 102 counties in Colleges per square mile.

List of Kane County Colleges

Find Kane County, Illinois colleges and universities, such as state, community, public, and private colleges, universities, and technical schools.

Aurora University 347 South Gladstone Avenue Aurora, IL

Cannella School Of Hair Design-Elgin 117 West Chicago Street Elgin, IL

Devry University - Elgin Campus 2250 Point Boulevard Elgin, IL

Elgin Community College 1700 Spartan Drive Elgin, IL

Everest College-North Aurora 150 South Lincolnway Street North Aurora, IL

Hair Professionals Academy Of Cosmetology 825 Village Quarter Road West Dundee, IL

J Renee College 415 Airport Road Elgin, IL

Judson University 1151 North State Street Elgin, IL

National Louis University - Elgin Campus 620 Tollgate Road Elgin, IL

Rasmussen College - Aurora/Naperville Campus 2363 Sequoia Drive Aurora, IL

Regency Beauty Institute-Elgin 609 South Randall Road Elgin, IL

Robert Morris University - Elgin Campus 1707 North Randall Road Elgin, IL

The Salon Professional Academy-Elgin 264 South Randall Road Elgin, IL

Tricoci University Of Beauty Culture-Chicago Ne - Elgin Campus 264 South Randall Road Elgin, IL

Tricoci University Of Beauty Culture-Elgin 264 South Randall Road Elgin, IL

Waubonsee Community College 4S783 Illinois 47 Sugar Grove, IL

About Kane County Colleges

Kane County Colleges are institutions that offer post-secondary education through a range of degree or vocational programs in Kane County, IL. Although there are distinctions between the two, the term College in the United States is typically used to refer to both Colleges and Universities. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) reports that there are more than 4,700 post-secondary degree-granting institutions in the U.S.

You may contact Colleges & Universities for questions about:
  • Kane County Public and Private Colleges
  • College admissions and applications
  • Tuition, financial aid, and scholarships
  • Associates degrees, Bachelor's degrees, Master's degrees, Doctoral degrees, and certificate programs
  • ACT and SAT score requirements

Kane County College Statistics

Find Kane County College Enrollment, Educational Attainment (Age 25+), and Field of Bachelor's Degree for 1st Major. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Kane County College Enrollment
 Kane CountyIllinois
College/Grad School Enrollment31,534 (21.4%)895,919 (27.3%)
Kane County Educational Attainment (Age 25+)
 Kane CountyIllinois
Some College, No Degree71,653 (20.9%)1,799,808 (20.7%)
Associate's Degree25,881 (7.5%)692,622 (8.0%)
Bachelor's Degree72,952 (21.2%)1,801,833 (20.8%)
Graduate/Professional Degree40,897 (11.9%)1,155,958 (13.3%)
Kane County Field of Bachelor's Degree for 1st Major
 Kane CountyIllinois
Bachelor's Degree, or Higher113,8492,957,791
Arts, Humanities & Others25,030 (22.0%)676,386 (22.9%)
Business25,358 (22.3%)635,664 (21.5%)
Education17,513 (15.4%)387,516 (13.1%)
Science & Engineering35,270 (31.0%)974,551 (32.9%)
Science & Engineering Related Fields10,678 (9.4%)283,674 (9.6%)