Colleges and Universities of Massachusetts

Boston University - Marsh Plaza and its surrounding buildings were one of the first completed parts of the Charles River Campus

Massachusetts hosts 121 colleges. Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, both in Cambridge, are consistently among the best private universities and universities in the world. In addition to Harvard and MIT, several other Massachusetts universities are currently among the top 50 undergraduate levels in the widely quoted rankings of U.S.S.N. News and World Report

American International College

Amherst College

Anna Maria College

Assumption College

Atlantic Union College

Babson College

Bay Path College

Bentley College

Berklee College of Music

Boston College

Boston University

Brandeis University

Bridgewater State College

Clark University

Curry College

Eastern Nazarene College

Elms College

Emerson College

Emmanuel College

Endicott College

Fitchburg State College

Framingham State College

Gordon College Admission

Hampshire College

Harvard University

Holy Cross College

Lasell College

Lesley College

Massachusetts College of Art

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Merrimack College

Montserrat College of Art

Mount Holyoke College

Mount Ida College

New England Conservatory of Music

Nichols College

North Adams State College

Northeastern University

Pine Manor College

Regis College

Salem State College

Simmons College

Simon's Rock College

Smith College

Springfield College

Stonehill College

Suffolk University

Tufts University

University of Massachusetts - Amherst

University of Massachusetts - Boston

University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth

University of Massachusetts - Lowell

Wellesley College

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Western New England College

Westfield State College

Wheaton College

Wheelock College

Williams College

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Worcester State College

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