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North Chicago, IL Colleges with a Small Student Body

Logo of Lincoln College of Technology-Melrose Park
  • Net Price: $14,012
  • Admission: Open
  • Graduation: 63%
  • Grad Salary: $40,300
  • Melrose Park, IL
Logo of Northwest Suburban College
  • Net Price: $13,896
  • Admission: Open
  • Graduation: 79%
  • Grad Salary: n/a
  • Rollng Meadows, IL
Logo of Hebrew Theological College
  • Net Price: $27,597
  • Admission: 92.86%
  • Graduation: 7%
  • Grad Salary: $30,900
  • Skokie, IL
You are seeing North Chicago, IL colleges that offer online and/or campus instruction
Logo of Worsham College of Mortuary Science
  • Net Price: n/a
  • Admission: Open
  • Graduation: n/a
  • Grad Salary: $40,000
  • Wheeling, IL
Logo of Ambria College of Nursing
  • Net Price: n/a
  • Admission: Open
  • Graduation: 67%
  • Grad Salary: n/a
  • Hoffman Estates, IL
  • Online Program
Logo of Christian Life College
  • Net Price: n/a
  • Admission: Open
  • Graduation: 40%
  • Grad Salary: n/a
  • Mount Prospect, IL
Logo of Dominican University
  • Net Price: $18,037
  • Admission: 63.79%
  • Graduation: 62%
  • Grad Salary: $44,400
  • River Forest, IL
  • Online Program
Logo of Midwest College of Oriental Medicine-Evanston
  • Net Price: n/a
  • Admission: n/a
  • Graduation: n/a
  • Grad Salary: n/a
  • Evanston, IL
Logo of Lake Forest College
  • Net Price: $27,131
  • Admission: 57.92%
  • Graduation: 72%
  • Grad Salary: $50,900
  • Lake Forest, IL
Logo of Judson University
  • Net Price: $21,437
  • Admission: 71.01%
  • Graduation: 54%
  • Grad Salary: $43,100
  • Elgin, IL
  • Online Program
Logo of Trinity International University-Illinois
  • Net Price: $19,318
  • Admission: 73.03%
  • Graduation: 52%
  • Grad Salary: $40,000
  • Deerfield, IL
  • Online Program
Logo of Concordia University-Chicago
  • Net Price: $16,775
  • Admission: 76.00%
  • Graduation: 48%
  • Grad Salary: $39,100
  • River Forest, IL
  • Online Program
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