Wilmington Colleges and Universities

Looking for a classic New England college town? The city of Wilmington is the largest population center in Delaware, located just south of Philadelphia. The city of Wilmington is divided into neighborhoods based on the natural boundary of the Brandywine River and the more recent addition of Interstate 95. Each neighborhood has its own distinct flavor and cultural roots, with a variety of unique restaurants and musical venues specific to the neighborhood. As the largest city in the Delaware Valley, Wilmington is an important business and social center.

Students at Wilmington colleges and universities attend satellite locations of larger schools such as Drexel and the University of Delaware, as well as a handful of smaller private institutions. For example, the Delaware College of Art and Design attracts students from all over the country to its undergraduate programs. The prevalence of higher education and opportunities for business and public service-based learning make Wilmington colleges and universities among the most desirable in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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Cultural Diversity in Wilmington



Medium Schools

Los Angeles Harbor College
Delaware Technical Community College-Stanton/Wilmington
Cape Fear Community College
University of North Carolina Wilmington

Small Schools

Dawn Career Institute Inc
Goldey-Beacom College
College of Wilmington
Wilmington College
Widener University-Delaware Campus
Delaware College of Art and Design
ITT Technical Institute-Wilmington
Harris School of Business-Wilmington Campus

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