Christian Brothers University
For 130 years, Christian Brothers University has been providing outstanding academic programs to students. Our alumni find that career opportunities are numerous as graduates of CBU.
Crichton College is a 4-year Christian liberal arts college of more than 1200 students that offers BA and BS degrees and has been in Memphis since 1941.
LeMoyne-Owen, a historically black college, prepares men and women for lives of success, service and leadership in a nurturing, student-centered community.
MECCA (Memphis Educational Computer Connectivity Alliance) is a consortium of academic institutions within the Memphis, Tennessee area. Its organizing membership is composed of many colleges and universities.
Memphis City Schools
The Memphis City Schools are part of the largest school system in the state of Tennessee and the 20th largest metropolitan school system in the nation.
Remington College is a non-profit organization focused on addressing the needs of our non-traditional students. As a non-profit organization, we're able to enhance the career-focused diploma and degree programs we offer, expand the number of classes we schedule, increase the accessibility of our faculty and staff.
While the academic qualifications of our students are very important to us, Rhodes considers far more than high grade point averages and great test scores. Rhodes looks for students with imagination, the motivation to learn and character. Our students, by simply being themselves, help make Rhodes the college that it is.
St George's Day School
St. George's Day School is centered on your child. Children are the heart of what our school is all about. We celebrate your child's individuality and will strive to encourage his or her full development within our warm and caring environment. Our faculty and staff are here for this delightful and challenging purpose.
Southwest Tennessee Community College
STCC has an outstanding and highly dedicated faculty and staff who are committed to your success. Our mission is to anticipate and respond to the educational needs of students, employers and communities within our service area.
University of Memphis
The University of Memphis is a comprehensive urban university committed to the scholarly accomplishments of our students and faculty and to the enhancement of our community. The University of Memphis offers 15 bachelor's degrees in more than 50 majors and 70 concentrations. It also offers master's degrees in 46 subjects and doctoral degrees in 21 disciplines, in addition to the Juris Doctor (law) and a specialist degree in education.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, the city's only downtown university, is located at the very heart of the Memphis medical center. These are exciting times on the campus of the Health Science Center, perhaps the most exciting since our establishment in Memphis in 1911. Formed by the consolidation of five medical schools and schools of dentistry and pharmacy, our current enrollment is approximately 2,000 students, who study in various disciplines and sub-disciplines of allied health sciences, biomedical engineering, dentistry, graduate health sciences, medicine, nursing and pharmacy.
University of Phoenix
The Memphis Campus in Cordova, Tennessee enables University of Phoenix students to incorporate learning into their busy schedules. Students can choose from several different degree programs.
Since 1969, thousands of Vatterott College graduates have received the education needed to advance their careers. In today's competitive job market, Vatterott's focus is to make sure graduates have the skills and education employers demand. Their specialized "hands-on" training method emphasizes working with materials and equipment used on the job, as well as practical classroom theory. Vatterott College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology, Arlington, VA.