Colleges and Universities of Maryland

University of Maryland, College Park - McKeldin Mall in autumn

Maryland has several historic and prestigious private colleges and universities, the most prominent of which is Johns Hopkins University, founded in 1876 with a scholarship from Baltimore entrepreneur Johns Hopkins.

The state's first public university is the University of Maryland, Baltimore, which was founded in 1807 and contains the University of Maryland's only public academic health, human services, and one of two law centers (the other being the Baltimore School of Law). Seven specialist and graduate schools educate the majority of doctors, nurses, dentists, lawyers, social workers and pharmacists in the country

Bowie State University

Capitol College

College of Notre Dame of Maryland

Columbia Union College

Coppin State College

Frostburg State University

Goucher College

Hood College

Johns Hopkins University

Loyola College

Maryland Institute College of Art

Morgan State University

Mount Saint Joseph College

Mount Saint Mary's College

Salisbury State University

St. John's College

St. Mary's College of Maryland

Towson State University

University of Baltimore

University of Maryland

University of Maryland - Baltimore County

University of Maryland - College Park

University of Maryland - Eastern Shore

University of Maryland - University College

Villa Julie College

Washington College

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