List of Public iTunes Sites



Update: Version 5   June 2008    view earlier versions

Apple has now added universities in the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, and Australia to the iTunes U list of schools now offering content. iTunes U now has more than 60 colleges around the world (mostly in North America) plus other types of educational institutions sharing audio & video through the iTunes U portal.

Since Apple launched the version of the iTunes Music Store with an iTunes U link and listed the original 16 colleges last year (NJIT was one of the initial 16 schools), schools have been slower to join the list.Perhaps that was why they opened up the iTunes U area to "educational" organizations that are not universities this year. You can find those offerings in the "Beyond Campus" area including the NY Public Library, the Museum of Modern Art, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and others.

The updated, unofficial, incomplete list below is of schools that have partnered with Apple, Inc. to use iTunes U.

If you know of another school that has a public presence on iTunes U, please add a link with a comment at the bottom of this entry and I'll add it to the list.

NOTE: These are public sites, not those schools that have podcasts available in the iTunes Music Store, but only as password-protected content for their own students.

To open these sites requires the free iTunes software which allows you free access to play or download content. Apple has a simple video on the basics of using iTunes for podcasts.




  1. NJIT on iTunes U information & launch page or open NJIT directly in iTunes

  2. Bowdoin College

  3. Penn State on iTunes U

  4. Stanford on iTunes U

  5. Duke University's Fuqua School of Business

  6. Harvard Extension School

  7. University of California at Berkeley

  8. Sacramento State

  9. Arizona State University

  10. Texas A&M

  11. Ross School of Business at U of Michigan

  12. Santa Monica College

  13. University of California at Berkeley

  14. Queens University (Canada)

  15. Wellesley College

  16. Georgia College and State University

  17. Rollins College

  18. Radford College

  19. Gordon College

  20. Lafayette College

  21. Virginia Tech

  22. Guilford Tech Community College

  23. Concordia Seminary

  24. Otis College of Art & Design

  25. College of William & Mary

  26. Villanova University

  27. Florida Tech

  28. Ohlone College

  29. Texas Tech

  30. Wilkes University

  31. Seattle Pacific University

  32. Abilene Christian University

  33. Reformed Theological Seminary

  34. Southwestern College

  35. University of Michigan

  36. Vanderbilt University

  37. New Mexico State University

  38. Agnes Scott College

  39. Aquinas Institute of Theology

  40. East Tennessee State University

  41. University of California - Davis

  42. University of Washington

  43. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

  44. Clemson

  45. School of the Visual Arts (NY)

  46. Griffith University

  47. The Australian National University

  48. The University of Western Australia

  49. UCL - London's Global University

  50. Trinity College - Dublin

  51. University of Melbourne

  52. University of Otago

  53. University of New South Wales - Sydney

  54. The Open University - UK

  55. Swinburne University of Technology - Melbourne

  56. American Military University

  57. Miami Dade College

  58. Michigan Tech

  59. Central Washington University

  60. Loyola Marymount University

  61. New York Law School

  62. Rock Valley College

  63. University of Houston



I welcome your comments below with the URLs to other schools with public access to iTunes U.

This list was first posted in January 2007 when I worked at NJIT and we launched NJIT on iTunes. Though I am no longer at NJIT or involved in iTunes U, I try to keep up on schools that offer a public face in iTunes U both to see what they are offering and to download materials. Although a lot of content is specific to a school (admissions, sports etc.), there are also public course materials and speakers that have a much broader appeal and real educational value.

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