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Private not-for-profit Colleges

If you're considering Private not-for-profit colleges CALiteracy.org can help you locate the schools with the most to offer. The literacy information found here provides national statistics for Private not-for-profit colleges throughout the U.S.

Get Detailed Literacy Information on Private not-for-profit Colleges

We've gathered information from numerous resources to create one of the most in-depth Private not-for-profit college databases available online. Here you'll find national statistics that tell you what all these types of schools have to offer.

  • Student and Faculty Population Information
  • Types of College Degrees Awarded
  • Total Number of Degrees Offered
  • Sports Divisions
  • This valuable information gives you an idea of what you can expect to find at Private not-for-profit colleges in the U.S.

Find the Top Private not-for-profit Colleges

To get more detailed information about literacy rates on Private not-for-profit colleges check out our top 10 lists. The lists provide an overview of the most popular degree programs, sports programs and more at Private not-for-profit schools. Explore the top 10 college lists to find the states and Private not-for-profit colleges with the most students.

Search for Information on a Specific Private not-for-profit College

CALiteracy.org can help you figure out if a certain Private not-for-profit college is the best option for you based on their student population and campus setting as well as other important information like the various sports students can participate in, faculty to student ratio, what degrees the school offers and more.

Use the interactive map to get detailed information on the top 100 Private not-for-profit colleges.

By The Numbers

Information about schools, colleges and universities in the United States.
  • Total Schools: 1,920
  • Total Students: 3,923,096
  • Undergraduate Students: 2,343,402
  • Total Faculty: 305,026
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 13:1