Colleges Near Punta Gorda

List of colleges and universities near Punta Gorda, Florida

There are 9 colleges within 50 miles of Punta Gorda. Located in Florida with a population of 16,641, the closest colleges are ranked by distance from Punta Gorda. The nearest college is Southwest Florida College at a distance of 20.8 miles from Punta Gorda center. This directory is inclusive of nearby two and four year schools, both public and private. If you are looking for more affordable options or not ready for a full four year program, consider local Punta Gorda community colleges.

List of Colleges near Punta Gorda
College Location Distance from Punta Gorda
Southwest Florida College
Enrollment: 1,023 Tuition: $14,940
Fort Myers, Florida 21 miles from Punta Gorda center
Edison State College
Enrollment: 15,709 Tuition: $3,401
Fort Myers, Florida 23 miles from Punta Gorda center
ITT Technical Institute Fort Myers
Enrollment: 317 Tuition: $18,048
Fort Myers, Florida 26 miles from Punta Gorda center
Florida Gulf Coast University
Enrollment: 14,833 Tuition: $6,118
Fort Myers, Florida 32 miles from Punta Gorda center
Argosy University Sarasota
Enrollment: 545 Tuition: $13,152
Sarasota, Florida 43 miles from Punta Gorda center
Hodges University
Enrollment: 1,723 Tuition: $13,700
Naples, Florida 44 miles from Punta Gorda center
ITT Technical Institute University Park
Enrollment: Tuition: $18,048
University Park, Florida 45 miles from Punta Gorda center
Ringling College of Art and Design
Enrollment: 1,262 Tuition: $43,040
Sarasota, Florida 47 miles from Punta Gorda center
New College of Florida
Enrollment: 861 Tuition: $6,916
Sarasota, Florida 48 miles from Punta Gorda center

All tuition data is sourced from the 2016/2017 U.S. Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics survey. Tuition may exclude fees. Please consult school detail page for comprehensive cost information.

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