General Information & College Reports

Established: 2012 by Doral College Incorporated

Type: Private, Not-for-Profit, 501(c)3

President: Judith C. Marty

Chair of the Board of Trustees:  Luis Fuste

Calendar: Semester

Main Campus: 2525 NW 112th Avenue, Doral, FL



Accreditation: Doral College is accredited by Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). Doral College is also licensed by the Commission for Independent Education (CIE) in the State of Florida and is approved by the state to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA centralizes the authorization process for each institution in a single state called the institution’s “home state.” Colleges or universities in a SARA state therefore only need their home state authorization to offer distance education to any other SARA member state. As of summer 2018, Doral College also participates in the State Course Numbering System (SCNS) in Florida.


Doral College is an innovative higher education institution offering associate and bachelor’s degrees and delivering dynamic educational experiences by blending traditional and online learning, supportive partnerships, and technology to empower highly motivated and dedicated students to overcome conventional barriers.


Innovation in Higher Education with a Focus on Student Centered Learning.

Strategic Plans, Goals & Objectives

Click here to view Doral College’s strategic plan. 

Degree Male Female Total* % Awarded to Florida Residents
Associate in Arts degrees 2013-2014 8 14 22 100%
Associate in Arts degrees 2014-2015 1 10 11 100%
Associate in Arts degrees 2015-2016 13 16 29 100%
Associate in Arts degrees 2016-2017 15 35 50 100%
Associate in Arts degrees 2017-2018 21 39 67 100%
Associate in Arts degrees 2018-2019 10 38 48 100%


Fall 2019 Students Enrolled

Full-Time Part-Time Total % of Total Enrollment*
Degree seeking 46 138 184 9.03%
Non-Degree Seeking 69 1,783 1,852 90.97%
Total: 115 1,921 2,036  

Fall 2019 Applicants by Race & Ethnicity

              American Indian or Alaskan Native Black or African American White Asian Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Applicant Race: 1.11 % 13.56% 79.94 % 3.99% 1.39 %
  Hispanic / Latino Not Hispanic/Latino
Applicant Ethnicity:   80.57 % 16.04 %

Fall 2019 Applicants by Gender

Male Applicants 43.69%
Female Applicants 56.31%

College Reports

Required Disclosures and Consumer Information Disclosures
This webpage provides a single collecting point for links to information about Doral College on a variety of subjects which may be helpful to prospective students, their families, affiliated high schools, as well as to  current students and current employees.

This information is presented to comply with intent of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), which requires institutions of higher education to disclose information and reports on various aspects of the institution’s policies, procedures, operations and costs.  While Doral College is not required to comply with the HEOA, we are committed to providing candid, honest and reliable disclosure and student consumer information.

These reports include information on graduation rates, student satisfaction, student transfers, learning outcomes, and course retention/completion.

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