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Albany Colleges and Universities

Albany, New York is the state's center of government and education. Albany is among the oldest cities in the U.S., a fact evident in its historical architecture and Dutch heritage sites. Students of Albany colleges and universities can enjoy a thriving cultural scene, anchored by institutions as varied as the Albany Institute of History & Art and The Egg, an egg-shaped performance venue. Lark Street, Albany's answer to Greenwich Village, is a hip neighborhood of coffee houses, independent stores, and art galleries.

Albany, New York's higher education system includes seven major colleges and universities. The State University of New York at Albany is the region's largest institution, with over 15,000 students. Albany colleges and universities include Albany College of Pharmacy, Albany Law School, and Albany Medical College. Albany is dominated by state-supported colleges and universities, but the College of Saint Rose and Excelsior College offer independent undergraduate education.



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Large Schools


SUNY at Albany
Excelsior College


Medium Schools


Darton State College
Linn-Benton Community College


Small Schools


Albany Technical College
Albany State University
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Albany Law School
Albany Medical College
Maria College of Albany
Memorial College of Nursing
New School of Radio and Television
The College of Saint Rose
SUNY-System Office
Orlo School of Hair Design and Cosmetology
Albany BOCES-Adult Practical Nursing Program
Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage Therapy
Bryant & Stratton College-Albany
Austin's School of Spa Technology
Mildred Elley School-Albany Campus
ITT Technical Institute-Albany
Branford Hall Career Institute-Albany Campus



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