American International Colleges
American International Colleges is a list of American colleges and universities that were established as overseas branches of U.S. institutions or were set up to serve the needs of international students seeking degrees in the United States. This list includes some schools that have closed, others that are no longer affiliated with their original American parent institution, and one school that was established as an American-owned university but now operates under its own accreditation standards (AIU – Bangladesh).
American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts
American International College, located in Springfield, Massachusetts, was founded in 1885 as a liberal arts college. The school was founded by Charles A. Leland and is currently one of the few co-educational colleges in the state of Massachusetts. American International College serves over 3200 students and has a student-to-teacher ratio of 14 to 1.
American Intercontinental University (AIU), Decatur, Georgia (now part of American InterContinental University Online)
American Intercontinental University (AIU) was established in Decatur, Georgia in 1969.
In 1995, AIU became part of the American InterContinental University System.
In 2010, AIU was renamed American InterContinental University Online.
American International University – Bangladesh, Dhaka
American International University – Bangladesh is a private, non-profit institution located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is a member of the Association of International Education Administrators (NAFSA) and accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
Atlantic International University (AIU), Honolulu, Hawaii
Atlantic International University is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian, co-educational university founded in 1952. AIU is the oldest private university in Hawaii and has four campuses: The Main Campus at Honolulu; the Eastside Campus at Kaimuki; an Online Campus; and an AIU College Affiliates campus located at Kapolei High School.
AIU offers programs that lead to degrees ranging from associate (two year) through doctorate level (AACSB accredited).
Illinois Central College (ICC), Peoria, Illinois
Illinois Central College (ICC), a private college located in Peoria, Illinois, was founded in 1857. ICC has a total enrollment of over 3,000 students and offers several different types of degrees. The school also has campuses in Chicago, Illinois; Normal; and Jacksonville.
The following are some important facts about ICC:
- Illinois Central College is a private college
- It was founded in 1857
- It has 4 campuses located throughout Illinois
A list of American International Colleges
American International Colleges (AICs) is a group of 37 two-year, private, comprehensive colleges located in 16 states. Each college has its own unique mission, program offerings and student population but all have three common elements: a strong international focus; an emphasis on global engagement and study abroad opportunities; and a commitment to academic excellence. The AIC Association provides support for all members through networking opportunities such as annual conferences, leadership development programs and access to research funding resources.
We have compiled a list of American International Colleges. This list includes both public and private institutions across the country, in addition to international campuses. Some are listed as “American International University”, while others use the name “American InterContinental University”.