How many men's only colleges are there, nation wide? This would include public or private universities?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    As of 2005, there are five institutions in the United States that are most commonly recognized as men's colleges. These include:

    Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota

    Deep Springs College, Deep Springs, California

    Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia

    Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia

    Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana

    Some universities separate their undergraduate students into individual, gender-conscious colleges. Yeshiva University oversees the all-male Yeshiva College as well as the Stern College for Women. Likewise, the University of Richmond has Richmond College for men and Westhampton College for women. In both of these cases, the individual colleges have their own residence systems, advisors, staff, student governments, and traditions separate from their male or female counterpart.

    In a slightly different arrangement, Hobart College is all-male and is the "coordinate," or partner, college of William Smith College, a women's college. They are collectively known as Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Unlike the single-sex colleges at Yeshiva and Richmond, they are not considered to be two colleges within one larger university, but instead two independent colleges joined together in a partnership arrangement, much like the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University in Minnesota.

    Additionally, a number of seminaries in the United States are open only to males for theological reasons, including The Master's Seminary in Sun Valley, California and the Saint Meinrad School of Theology in St. Meinrad, Indiana.

    As of April 2006, the College Board lists 66 colleges in the United States as being officially men's colleges. These are mostly Rabbinical colleges and seminaries, with a large concentration of Rabbinical colleges being located in the New York City metropolitan area.

    According to the College Board's statistics, at least 15,183 men are attending the following institutions that are not open to female enrollment, with 13 schools not reporting their enrollment figures:

    Beis Medrash Heichal Dovid (Far Rockaway, New York)

    Beth Hamedrash Shaarei Yosher Institute (Brooklyn, New York)

    Beth Hatalmud Rabbinical College (Brooklyn, New York)

    Beth Medrash Govoha (Lakewood, New Jersey)

    Central Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim-Lubavitch (Brooklyn, New York)

    Conception Seminary College (Conception, Missouri)

    Darkei Noam Rabbinical College (Brooklyn, New York)

    Deep Springs College (Deep Springs, California)

    Divine Word College (Epworth, Iowa)

    Hampden-Sydney College (Hampden-Sydney, Virginia)

    Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary (Jordanville, New York)

    Kehilath Yakov Rabbinical Seminary (Brooklyn, New York)

    Machzikei Hadath Rabbinical College (Brooklyn, New York)

    Mesivta Torah Vodaath Seminary (Brooklyn, New York)

    Mirrer Yeshiva Central Institute (Brooklyn, New York)

    Morehouse College (Atlanta, Georgia)

    Mount Angel Seminary (St. Benedict, Oregon)

    Ner Israel Rabbinical College (Baltimore, Maryland)

    Ohr Somayach Tanenbaum Education Center (Monsey, New York)

    Pontifical College Josephinum (Columbus, Ohio)

    Rabbinical Academy Mesivta Rabbi Chaim Berlin (Brooklyn, New York)

    Rabbinical College Beth Shraga (Monsey, New York)

    Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva B'nei Zion (Brooklyn, New York)

    Rabbinical College Ch'san Sofer of New York (Brooklyn, New York)

    Rabbinical College of America (Morristown, New Jersey)

    Rabbinical College of Long Island (Long Beach, New York)

    Rabbinical College of Telshe (Wickliffe, Ohio)

    Rabbinical Seminary Adas Yereim (Brooklyn, New York)

    Rabbinical Seminary of America (Flushing, New York)

    Shor Yoshuv Rabbinical College (Lawrence, New York)

    St. Charles Borromeo Seminary - Overbrook (Wynnewood, Pennsylvania)

    St. John Vianney College Seminary (Miami, Florida)

    St. John's Seminary College (Brighton, Massachusetts)

    Saint John's University (Collegeville, Minnesota)

    St. Joseph Seminary College (St. Benedict, Louisiana)

    Talmudic College of Florida (Miami Beach, Florida)

    Talmudical Academy of New Jersey (Adelphia, New Jersey)

    Talmudical Institute of Upstate New York (Rochester, New York)

    Talmudical Seminary Oholei Torah (Brooklyn, New York)

    Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

    Telshe Yeshiva-Chicago (Chicago, Illinois)

    Torah Teminah Talmudical Seminary (Brooklyn, New York)

    U.T.A. Mesivta-Kiryas Jocl (Monroe, New York)

    United Talmudical Seminary (Brooklyn, New York)

    Wabash College (Crawfordsville, Indiana)

    Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades (Media, Pennsylvania)

    Yeshiva and Kolel Bais Medrash Elyon (Monsey, New York)

    Yeshiva and Kollel Harbotzas Torah (Brooklyn, New York)

    Yeshiva Beth Yehuda-Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Detroit (Oak Park, Michigan)

    Yeshiva College of the Nations Capital (Silver Spring, Maryland)

    Yeshiva D'Monsey Rabbinical College (Monsey, New York)

    Yeshiva Derech Chaim (Brooklyn, New York)

    Yeshiva Gedolah Imrei Yosef D'Spinka (Brooklyn, New York)

    Yeshiva Gedolah Rabbinical College (Miami Beach, Florida)

    Yeshiva Gedolah Zichron Moshe (South Fallsburg, New York)

    Yeshiva Karlin Stolin (Brooklyn, New York)

    Yeshiva Mikdash Melech (Brooklyn, New York)

    Yeshiva of Nitra (Mount Kisco, New York)

    Yeshiva of the Telshe (Riverdale, New York)

    Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad/West Coast Talmudical Seminary (Los Angeles, California)

    Yeshiva Shaar Hatorah (Kew Gardens, New York)

    Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of Rockland (Suffern, New York)

    Yeshiva Toras Chaim Talmudical Seminary (Denver, Colorado)

    Yeshivas Novominsk (Brooklyn, New York)

    Yeshivath Beth Moshe (Scranton, Pennsylvania)

    Yeshivath Viznitz (Monsey, New York)

    The largest of these schools include Morehouse (3,029 undergraduates), Beth Medrash Govoha (2,034), Saint John's University (1,842), Hampden-Sydney (1,060), and United Talmudical Seminary and Wabash College (869 each).

    The smallest include the Yeshiva and Kolel Bais Medrash Elyon (17 undergraduates), the Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary (20), the Talmudical Institute of Upstate New York (21), Rabbinical College Beth Shraga (36), and Wickliffe College of Telshe (36).

    The Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades is notable on this list because it is a secular college that is not commonly included on lists of men's colleges, even though it is officially classified as one and enrolls no females.

  • vikash
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Mens Colleges

  • hribar
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    All Male Colleges

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