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Educational Institutions
Loudoun has a highly educated, high-earning population - and it’s easy to see why. Not only does Loudoun boast a strong public educational system but several colleges and universities have campuses in the county. Plus, prestigious universities including the University of Virginia, George Mason University, James Madison University and Virginia Tech, are located just a short drive away.

Explore local universities and colleges below, or visit our workforce training page to learn more about our workforce programs.

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Loudoun County Public Schools

Loudoun's k-12 institutions serve over 63,000 students while offering a chance to thrive in a well-run and welcoming environment. LCPS test scores are higher than the nation's average, and over 90% of graduates go on to attend colleges, with many choosing one of the well-regarded schools close to home.

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George Mason University - Loudoun Campus

Known for its small class sizes and top-ranking law school, George Mason is a great source of new talent and ongoing educational courses. George Mason’s Loudoun campus offers graduate programs in Management, Education, Nursing and Information Technologies.

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George Washington University - Virginia Science & Technology Campus
With a Top 5 business degree and a Top 50 overall university ranking, according to U.S. News and World Report, it’s no wonder George Washington University attracts and graduates top talent. The Loudoun-based Virginia Research Campus conducts innovative research in engineering, physics and chemistry while offering 20 academic degree programs.

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The Art Institute of Washington - Northern Virginia
With a robust class list for creative, media, and technical students, the Art Institute is the perfect place to find your next designer or communications professional.

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Shenandoah University
U.S. News and World Report’s #27 best university in the south, Shenandoah is a private liberal-arts university. It’s top majors include registered nursing, business administration and management, respiratory care, therapy, biological sciences and physical education teaching and coaching.

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Northern Virginia Community College
The #2 degree-granting community college in the nation, according to the Washington Post, Northern Virginia Community College is an educational powerhouse.

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Patrick Henry College

This Liberal Arts college believes in on-campus and off-campus educational experiences while training its students for leadership positions in their careers.

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Strayer University - Loudoun Campus

This continuing education-focused university has been providing educational opportunities for adults and career professionals since 1892.

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