The state of North Carolina is nationally known for education; being home to colleges like UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University, and housing 11 Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Charlotte “Newbies” can find a variety of quality institutions to fill their education needs.
This metropolitan community college covers a wide range of education needs over a wide area of Mecklenburg County.
The largest education facility in the Charlotte area, this research university is located in north Charlotte and serves a large, diverse student body from all over the world.
Founded in the late 19th century, Queens University of Charlotte is one of the oldest colleges in the Queen City and is nationally recognized for its programs.
This long-running business college has a branch located in Charlotte designed to help the aspiring professional enter the corporate world.
A college for the working adult, this college is perfectly suited for students to earn their business degree while working during the day.
Hungry to enter the booming restaurant and hospitality business in Charlotte? Sample the courses at Johnson & Wales in Charlotte, located a minute from Uptown in the Gateway Complex.
Charlotte’s own HBCU is located within the five-point section of the Historic West End Corridor and has a proud tradition of excellence.
Adults wishing to learn valuable job skills can enroll in Goodwill’s specialized occupational instruction courses.
This branch of the Urban League has the resources to transform unemployed Charlotte adults into certified professionals.