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Seattle Colleges and Universities

Students looking for Seattle colleges and universities can look forward to being immersed in two essentials of college life: coffee and music. Known as both the birthplace of Starbucks Coffee and the grunge musical movement of the 1990s, Seattle is a center for culture and education in Washington. It has been ranked both the most literate and the most educated city in America, perhaps thanks to the number of Seattle colleges and universities.

Alternative education is big in Seattle. Seattle colleges and universities include the Seattle Maritime College's ocean-bound training programs, courses in herbs and acupuncture at the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine, and astrological studies at the unaccredited Kepler College. Although these colleges offer advanced degrees, students who prefer traditional sciences should check out the 40,000-plus student University of Washington, ranked among the best in the country for its medical, nursing, social work, speech pathology, nuclear physics, and engineering programs.



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Cultural Diversity in Seattle

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Large Schools


University of Washington-Seattle Campus


Medium Schools


Seattle Community College-North Campus
Seattle Central College
Seattle University


Small Schools


Cornish College of the Arts
Divers Institute of Technology
Seattle Community College-South Campus
Seattle Pacific University
Antioch University-Seattle
Seattle Vocational Institute
Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology
The Art Institute of Seattle
City University of Seattle
ITT Technical Institute-Seattle
Everest College-Seattle
Pima Medical Institute-Seattle
Cortiva Institute-Seattle
Bakke Graduate University
Argosy University-Seattle
Gary Manuel Aveda Institute
Bainbridge Graduate Institute
Photographic Center Northwest
Academy of Interactive Entertainment



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