Colleges in Sedgwick County, Kansas

There are 16 Colleges in Sedgwick County, Kansas, serving a population of 510,484 people in an area of 998 square miles. There is 1 College per 31,905 people, and 1 College per 62 square miles.

In Kansas, Sedgwick County is ranked 28th of 105 counties in Colleges per capita, and 2nd in Colleges per square mile.

List of Sedgwick County Colleges

Find Sedgwick County, Kansas colleges and universities, such as state, community, public, and private colleges, universities, and technical schools.

Eric Fisher Academy 6727 West Central Avenue Wichita, KS

Friends University 2100 West University Street Wichita, KS

Heritage College 2800 South Rock Road Wichita, KS

ITT Technical Institute-Wichita 8111 East 32nd Street North Wichita, KS

National American University 7309 East 21st Street North Wichita, KS

National American University Wichita West 8428 West 13th Street North Wichita, KS

Newman University 3100 West McCormick Street Wichita, KS

Old Town Barber College-Wichita 1211 East Douglas Avenue Wichita, KS

Paul Mitchell the School Wichita 3242 North Rock Road Wichita, KS

Regency Beauty Institute-Wichita 8227 East Kellogg Drive Wichita, KS

University of Phoenix- Wichita Campus 3020 North Cypress Drive Wichita, KS

Vatterott College Wichita 8853 East 37th Street North Wichita, KS

Wichita Area Technical College 4004 North Webb Road Wichita, KS

Wichita State University 1845 Fairmount Street Wichita, KS

Wichita Technical Institute 2051 South Meridian Avenue Wichita, KS

Xenon International Academy-Wichita 3804 West Douglas Avenue Wichita, KS

About Sedgwick County Colleges

Sedgwick County Colleges are institutions that offer post-secondary education through a range of degree or vocational programs in Sedgwick County, KS. 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.

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