Colleges and Universities of North Carolina

Jarvis Residence Hall on central campus at ECU

In 1795, North Carolina opened the first public university in the United States - the University of North Carolina (now called the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). More than 200 years later, the University of North Carolina system includes 17 public universities. Along with its public universities, North Carolina has 58 public colleges in its community college system. The largest university in North Carolina is currently North Carolina State University with more than 34,000 students

Appalachian State University

Barton College

Belmont Abbey College

Bennett College

Brevard College

Campbell University

Catawba College

Chowan College

Davidson College

Duke University

East Carolina University

Elizabeth City State University

Elon College

Gardner-Webb University

Greensboro College

Guilford College

High Point University

Johnson C. Smith University

Lees-McRae College

Lenoir-Rhyne College

Mars Hill College

Meredith College

Methodist College

Montreat College

Mount Olive College

North Carolina A & T State Univeristy

North Carolina Central University

North Carolina School of the Arts

North Carolina State University

North Carolina Wesleyan College

Pfeiffer University

Peace College

Queens College

St. Andrews Presbyterian College

Saint Augustine's College

Salem College Admission

Shaw University Admission

University of North Carolina - Asheville

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina - Charlotte

University of North Carolina - Greensboro

University of North Carolina - Pembroke

University of North Carolina - Wilmington

Wake Forest University

Warren Wilson College

Western Carolina University

Wingate University

Winston Salem State University

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