List of universities in Liberia
This is a list of universities in Liberia. Liberia had a total of nine government recognized universities and colleges that confer baccalaureate degrees or higher as of 2010. In addition, there were 14 community colleges at that time that recognized by the National Commission on Higher Education that conferred associate degrees.
Both public and private universities and colleges are attended by university students. Private universities are popular among Liberian students and families who can afford tuition. Private universities often provide better quality education, access to technology, well staffed libraries and on campus transportation for students and university staff. As with the rest of Liberian educational institutions after civil war, Liberian universities are currently being reconstructed and funded to provide all students with equal access to classes, studies, technology and education.
- University of Liberia, Monrovia, Montserrado County, (17,620 students as of 2009)
- William V. S. Tubman University, Cape Palmas, Maryland County, formerly William V.S. Tubman College of Technology (288 students as of 2009)
- African Bible College University, Yekepa, Nimba County (65 students as of 2009)
- African Methodist Episcopal University, Montserrado County (3,432 students as of 2009)
- African Methodist Episcopal Zion University, Montserrado County (2,325 students as of 2009)
- Cuttington University, Suacoco, Bong County, oldest private and coeducation university in Africa (2,287 students as of 2009)
- Stella Maris Polytechnic, Monrovia, Montserrado County (2,090 students as of 2009)
- United Methodist University, Monrovia, Montserrado County (3,118 students as of 2009)
- Grand Bassa Community College, Grand Bassa County
- Trinity Bible Community College, Margibi County
- Sinoe Community College, Sinoe County >ref name=achievement/>
- African Christian Theological Seminary (ACTS), Monrovia
- Booker Washington Institute, Kakata
- Brewerville Institute of Technology
- Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary
- Smythe Institute of Management and Technology
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