Search for colleges & universities

You can search for colleges and universities on Google. In some countries, like the U.S. or India, you may see info under the school's name and logo. For example, try searching for UCLA or Lady Shri Ram College.

Most of this info comes from U.S. Department of Education publications, Careers360 and other relevant web pages. This info can change over time or might not apply to you. We recommend that you confirm important info, like costs and requirements, with the school.

Note: This feature is only available for major colleges and universities in the U.S. and India. 

Search by location, field of study, or type

  • Find colleges or universities near you or somewhere else: For example, enter colleges near me or universities in Georgia.
  • Find colleges or universities by type or field of study: For example, enter public colleges or universities with Psychology programs.

Note: This feature is only available for colleges and universities in the U.S. 

Find and compare U.S. colleges & universities

You can compare schools when you filter by type, location, fields of study, and more.

  1. On your computer, go to google.com.
  2. Search for a list of colleges. For example, try searching for colleges in Massachusetts or engineering colleges.
  3. At the bottom of the list, click More colleges.
  4. At the top, choose which filters you want to apply.

Note: This feature is only available for colleges and universities in the U.S.

Report incorrect college info

If you find incorrect info while you search, you can suggest a change:

  1. At the top right of the school's logo, click More More.
  2. Click Send feedback.
  3. Enter the error.
  4. Click Send.

Learn more about how to update your Google knowledge panel.

Where college info comes from

You'll see info from high-quality websites and official government agencies.

In the U.S.

Most of the data comes from 2 U.S. Department of Education projects:

  • Federal reporting from institutions, like IPEDS
  • Data on federal financial aid from the National Student Loan Data System
  • Tax information from the U.S. Treasury

Some outcomes shown are recorded for a subset of students. Please refer to the language below these outcomes to learn more about what subset of students these outcomes apply to.

In India

Most of the data comes from Careers360. Careers360 is a data-enabled Educational Products and Services Company that helps students make informed career decisions.

Careers360 sources its information and content from regulatory agencies, educational institutions, information brochures, and press releases, including:

  • Official websites of respective educational institutions and exam conducting bodies
  • Information submitted with National Institutional Rating Framework (NIRF), National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC)
  • Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), University Grants Commission (UGC), All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE), and college information portal of MHRD. www.knowyourcollege-gov.in
  • Regulatory bodies like AICTE, MCI, DCI, CCIM, CCH, BCI, INC, PCI, NCTE, ICAR, COA.
  • Data shared by the institutions with Careers360 as part of the ranking process
  • Mandatory Disclosures, Prospectus, information brochures of, and correspondence with the said institutions and organizations
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