An A to Z List of Michigan Colleges & Universities
110 S. Madison St. Adrian, MI 49221
800-877-2246 | http://www.adrian.edu
Established 1859. Private liberal arts school southwest of Ann Arbor. U.S. News & World Report recognition: “Least Debt School,” 2011; “#1 Up-and-Coming Baccalaureate College in the Midwest,” 2009 and 2010. Affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
Housing: Traditional double rooms, renovated suites, apartments and themed housing.
Tuition: $27,050 annually
Room/board: $8,346 annually (double occupancy/14 meals weekly)
611 E. Porter
Albion, MI 49224
800-858-6770 | http://www.albion.edu
Chartered 1835. Private liberal arts college between Jackson and Battle Creek. Affiliated with United Methodist Church. New library learning commons, football field and track open fall 2011.
Housing: Students must live on campus unless married or residing with parent.
Tuition: $32,100 annually
Room/board: $9,260 annually
614 W. Superior St.
Alma, MI 48801
800-321-ALMA | http://www.alma.edu
Established 1886. Private liberal arts institution south of Mount Pleasant offers 32 majors plus pre-professional programs. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church; member of Phi Beta Kappa Society. Student-to-teacher ratio is 13:1.
Housing: Students must live on campus, except in special cases.
Tuition: $28,980 annually
Room/board: $8,840 annually
ALPENA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
665 Johnson St.
Alpena, MI 49707-1495
989-356-9021 | http://www.alpenacc.edu
Established 1952. Close to downtown district. The Huron Shores campus is in Oscoda.
Housing: 16 four-person apartments (contracted management)
Tuition: $99 per contact hour for in-district residents, $154 for other Michigan students and $198 for those out-of-state.
Berrien Springs, MI 49104
800-253-2874 | http://www.andrews.edu
Private liberal arts college owned by Seventh-day Adventist
Church. Offers 70 graduate
and 130 undergraduate degrees. Established 1874 as Battle Creek College.
Housing: All single undergraduate students up to age 22 are required to live in residence halls or with parents. Graduate and family housing available.
Tuition: $22,680 annually for undergraduates
Room/board: $6,974 annually
1607 Robinson Road SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
800-678-9593 | http://www.aquinas.edu
Rooted in the Dominican traditions of prayer, study, service and community, Aquinas College provides a liberal arts education with a global perspective. Academic programs foster career preparation focused on leadership, service and commitment to lifelong learning.
Housing: Campus housing for 862. All unmarried freshmen and sophomores must live on campus or with their parents.
Tuition: $24,106 annually
Room/board: $7,438 annually
1903 Marquette Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49442
800-937-0337 | http://www.baker.edu
Muskegon campus houses Culinary Institute of Michigan. Established 1911 in Flint. Other Michigan locations include Allen Park, Auburn Hills, Cadillac, Clinton Township, Fremont, Jackson, Owosso (Auto/Diesel Institute of Michigan) and Port Huron.
Enrollment: 44,000 statewide
Housing: Available at Muskegon, Flint and Owosso campuses
Tuition: $210 per credit hour for most undergraduate classes
Room only: $975 per quarter
BAY DE NOC COMMUNITY COLLEGE
2001 N. Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI 49829
Established 1962. Primarily commuter college (also known as Bay College). Located near Lake Michigan, off U.S. 2. Enrollment: 2,800
Housing: On-campus housing available for 104 students.
Tuition: $97 per contact hour for Delta County residents, $149.50 for Dickinson County residents, $172 for other Michigan students and $296.50 for those out-of-state.
3201 Burton St. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
800-688-0122 | http://www.calvin.edu
Established 1876. Private four-year liberal arts college operated by the Christian Reformed Church.
Housing: Freshmen and sophomores must live on campus or at home with an adult relative. Residence halls house 1,950 students and on-campus apartments house 500.
Tuition: $25,340 annually
Room/board: $8,760 annually
CAREER QUEST LEARNING CENTERS
5115 Portage Road
Kalamazoo, MI 49002
269-364-2300 | http://www.cqlc.edu
Career Quest Learning Centers are designed for students who want to improve their skills to advance in a career. CQLC currently offers programs in three areas: health care, business and information technology. Campuses in Lansing and Jackson in addition to Kalamazoo.
Enrollment: 570 in central Michigan
Tuition: $1,250 to $15,400 (varies by program; includes textbooks, supplies, equipment and certification fees)
CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
Warriner Hall 102
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
989-774-3076 or 888-292-5366 | http://www.go.cmich.edu
Established in 1892. One of the nation’s largest 100 public universities and the fourth largest in Michigan. Offers more than 200 academic programs from undergraduate to doctoral levels. A College of Medicine is anticipated to open in 2013.
Enrollment: More than 28,000, including off-campus programs.
Housing: 22 modern, suite-style residence halls, several with private bedrooms. Three apartment-style complexes also available.
Tuition: $10,380 annually (in-state undergraduate, 30 credits)
Room/board: $6,688 to $9,444 annually
3601 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
734-332-4477 | http://www.cleary.edu
Established in Ypsilanti, the private business school later moved to Ann Arbor. Cleary also has a campus in Howell (800-686-1883) and offers two- and four-year degrees, as well as MBA programs.
Tuition: $370 (undergraduate) and $560 (graduate) per credit hour. Initial tuition rate includes books and is locked as long as the student remains continuously enrolled in the program.
COLLEGE FOR CREATIVE STUDIES
201 E. Kirby St.
Detroit, MI 48202
800-952-ARTS | http://www.collegeforcreativestudies.edu
Established in 1906 in the heart of the University Cultural Center. A four-year private school with instruction in visual arts and design.
Housing: Optional on-campus housing for 415 students
Tuition: $31,440 annually
Room/board: $5,800 to $8,500 annually
4090 Geddes Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105-2797
877-995-7520 | http://www.cuaa.edu
Established 1963. Private, four-year liberal arts school affiliated with Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
Enrollment: Approximately 700
Housing: Students live in fully air-conditioned, two-bedroom suites in residence halls with no more than 30 students assigned to each building.
Tuition: $21,600 annually
Room/board: $7,978 annually
1001 East Beltline Ave. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Established in 1941. Sites include Grand Rapids, Zeeland, Lansing, Kalamazoo and Detroit.
Enrollment: More than 1,800 undergraduates, as well as 800 graduate students
Housing: Students younger than 21 must live in dorms or with family. Apartments available for married students.
Tuition: $21,818 annually (includes laptop computer); required fees $570
Room/board: $7,314 annually
6191 Kraft Ave. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
616-698-7111 or 800-632-9569 | http://www.davenport.edu
Private university based in Grand Rapids specializing in business, technology and health professions. Offers master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees. Additional campuses in Alma, Battle Creek, Caro, Flint, Gaylord, Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Livonia, Midland, Saginaw, Traverse City and Warren.
Enrollment: 13,025 statewide
Tuition: $12,096 annually
Room/board: $4,029 per semester (Grand Rapids)
1961 Delta Road
University Center, MI 48710
989-686-9093 | http://www.delta.edu
Established in 1961. Offers 150 certificate and degree programs in career and transfer fields.
Tuition: $84 per credit for residents of Bay, Midland or Saginaw counties, $130 for other Michigan students and $190 for those out-of-state.
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
P.O. Box 921
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
800-Go-To-EMU | http://www.emich.edu
Four-year public university on urban campus in Ypsilanti. Established in 1849.
Housing: Freshmen and sophomores expected to live on campus unless commuting from parents’ permanent address. Housing available in 11 residence halls (for 3,200 students) and 495 apartments (for 750 students and their families).
Tuition: $8,683 annually for in-state undergraduates
Room/board: $7,895 annually (double-occupancy, 18 meals weekly)
FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY —
1201 S. State St.
Big Rapids, MI 49307
800-433-7747 | http://www.ferris.edu
Four-year public university
on 800 acres in Big Rapids.
More than 180 degree programs that align with in-demand
Housing: 17 residence halls. Single students younger than 20 or below junior status must live on campus if space is available. Married housing available.
Tuition: $10,440 annually
Room/board: $8,744 annually
FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY —
151 Fountain St. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3263
616-451-4777 / 800-998-3425
One of the 18 off-campus locations of Ferris State. Opened in the early 1980s on the Grand Rapids Community College campus. Offers certificate programs as well as associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
601 Quincy St.
Hancock, MI 49930
Only private university in the Upper Peninsula, and the northern-most college in Michigan. Bachelor’s and associate degrees. NCAA Division III athletics. Founded by Finnish immigrants in 1896 as Suomi College. Affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Housing: For 200 students Tuition: $19,398 per year
Room/board: $6,700 annually
GLEN OAKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
62249 Shimmel Road
Centreville, MI 49032
Established in 1965. Located near the Indiana border between Three Rivers and Sturgis. Average student age is 30, with many part-time students.
Tuition: $85 per contact hour for in-district residents, $128 for service area residents and $160 for out-of-district/international students.
GOGEBIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE
E-4946 Jackson Road
Ironwood, MI 49938
800-682-5910, ext. 207 | http://www.gogebic.edu
Established in 1932. Upper Peninsula college with a ski-management program and its own ski hill.
Tuition: $96 per credit for in-district residents, $128 for other Michigan students and $158 for those out-of-state.
Room only: $4,004 annually
GRACE BIBLE COLLEGE
1011 Aldon St. SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49509
800-968-1887 | http://www.gbcol.edu
Established in 1939. The four-year interdenominational Christian institution is affiliated with the nondenominational Grace Gospel Fellowship.
Housing: Two dormitories house 80 students. Campus apartments and married housing are available.
Tuition: $495 per credit hour
Room/board: $6,850 annually
GRAND RAPIDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
143 Bostwick Ave. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-234-4100 | http://www.grcc.edu
Established in 1914, GRCC offers opportunities in degree courses, certification and training programs, workshops and personal enrichment classes. GRCC holds classes on the downtown Grand Rapids campus, as well as several additional locations throughout Kent and Ottawa counties.
Enrollment: 32,010 students/clients served during 2009-2010 in credit classes, training solutions, job training, non-credit apprenticeships, GED and ESL.
Tuition: $95.50 per contact hour for Kent Intermediate School District residents, $209.50 for non-resident/other Michigan students and $313.50 for those out-of-state. For details visit http://www.grcc.edu/tuition.
GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
1 Campus Drive
Allendale, MI 49401-9989
616-331-2025 | http://www.gvsu.edu
Chartered in 1960. Main 1,304-acre campus in suburban Allendale is 12 miles west of Grand Rapids. Also offers courses in Holland, Muskegon and Traverse City.
Housing: On-campus options include residence halls, living centers and apartments.
Tuition: $9,088 annually for freshmen and sophomores, and $9,540 for juniors and seniors. Out-of-state tuition is $13,402 or $13,868, depending on class standing.
Room/board: $7,624 annually (other plans available)
GVSU ROBERT C. PEW GRAND RAPIDS CAMPUS
401 Fulton St. West
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
616-331-2025 | http://www.gvsu.edu
Downtown Grand Rapids campus includes Richard M. DeVos Center, Seidman College of Business, John C. Kennedy Hall of Engineering, Fred M. Keller Engineering Lab and Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences.
Housing: Residence halls for 370 students.
GREAT LAKES CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
6211 W. Willow Highway
Lansing, MI 48917
800-937-4522 | http://www.glcc.edu
Four-year, regionally accredited college established in 1949, offering a variety of majors, including those ministry-related.
Housing: Residence halls for 150 students. Married housing is available.
Tuition: $12,672 annually (32 credits)
Room/board: $7,800 annually
HENRY FORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
5101 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128-1495
800-585-HFCC | http://www.hfcc.edu
Established in 1938 as Fordson Junior College, HFCC offers more than 100 associate degree, university transfer and career programs for a culturally and racially diverse population in southeast Michigan. Located near University of Michigan’s Dearborn campus.
Tuition: $70 a credit hour for Dearborn residents, $130 for other Michigan students and $135 for those out-of-state.
33 E. College St.
Hillsdale, MI 49242
517-607-2327 | http://www.hillsdale.edu
Established in 1844. Private four-year liberal arts college in south-central Michigan. Highest academic profile of incoming freshmen class among NCAA Division II schools (based on College Board data analysis). First American college to prohibit in its charter discrimination based on race, sex or national origin.
Housing: All freshmen live in dorms. Accommodations for 1,000 students in 13 dorms and six Greek houses.
Tuition: $20,760 annually
Room/board: $8,310 annually
69 E. 10th St.
Holland, MI 49423
616-395-7850 or 800-968-7850 | http://www.hope.edu
Established in 1866. A private four-year liberal arts college affiliated with the Reformed Church in America.
Housing: Freshmen live in campus housing unless commuting from their families’ homes. Eighty-three percent of students live on campus.
Tuition: $26,860 annually
Room/board: $8,260 annually (double-occupancy, 21 meals weekly)
ITT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
1980 Metro Court SW
Wyoming, MI 49519
616-406-1200 or 800-632-4676 | http://www.itt-tech.edu
A private college system offering technology-oriented programs and career-focused degree programs.
Tuition: Costs vary by program
JACKSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
2111 Emmons Road
Jackson, MI 49201
517-787-0800 | http://www.jccmi.edu
Established in 1928 as a junior college. Extension centers in Jackson, Lenawee and Hillsdale counties.
Housing: On-campus apartments accommodate 192 students.
Tuition: $100.50 per credit hour for Jackson County residents, $141.50 for other Michigan students and $200 for those out-of-state.
Room: $5,940 for 12-month contract (no meal plan)
1200 Academy St.
Kalamazoo, MI 49006
800-253-3602 | http://www.kzoo.edu
Established in 1833, the private four-year institution near downtown Kalamazoo originated the “K-Plan” in 1962, an innovative curriculum that combines liberal arts academics with study abroad, career internships and networks, service learning and a capstone research or creative project.
Housing: For 865 students. No married housing.
Tuition: $35,508 annually
Room/board: $8,391 annually
KALAMAZOO VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
6767 West O Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI 49003-4070
269-488-4400 | http://www.kvcc.edu
The two-year college includes the 187-acre main campus, Groves Campus housing the Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TEC) and the downtown Arcadia Commons Campus that includes the Kalamazoo Valley Museum and Center for New Media.
Tuition: $79.50 per credit for in-district students, $132 for other Michigan residents and $180 for those out-of-state.
KELLOGG COMMUNITY COLLEGE
450 North Ave.
Battle Creek, MI 49017-3397
269-965-3931 | http://www.kellogg.edu
Established in 1956. A two-year community college with five locations spanning Barry, Branch and Calhoun counties.
Tuition: $87.50 per credit hour for in-district students and current military, $137 for other Michigan residents, $138 for Indiana residents and $192.50 for other out-of-state residents.
KENDALL COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN OF FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY
17 Fountain St. NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3002
616-451-2787 / 800-676-2787 | http://www.kcad.edu
Established in 1928. A four-year college with instruction in art education, art history, visual arts and design. Became part of Ferris State University in 2000. Offers BFA (14 programs), BS, MFA and MAE degrees, as well as
an advanced study certificate
in design and innovation
management as part of Ferris State’s MBA program.
Housing: The Lofts@5 Lyon building features apartments for students attending either Kendall or Ferris-GR. Many students also live in the neighboring Heritage Hill area.
Tuition: $16,488 annually (15 credits per semester)
1700 University Ave.
Flint, MI 48504
800-955-4464 | http://www.kettering.edu
Established in 1919. An engineering and management college (formerly General Motors Institute). Students participate in paid co-op experiences.
Housing: Residence hall holds 400 students
Tuition: $14,768 per term
Room/board: $3,315 per term
KIRTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
10775 N. St. Helen Road
Roscommon, MI 48653
989-275-5000, ext. 284 | http://www.kirtland.edu
Two-year college established in 1966. Offers more than 80 certificates and degrees; seven transfer programs.
Enrollment: More than 3,200
Tuition: $86 per contact hour for in-district students, $119 for other Michigan residents, $198 for those out-of-state and $215 for international students.
3333 East Beltline Ave. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
800-511-3749 | http://www.kuyper.edu
Founded in 1939, Kuyper College is ministry-focused, training Christian leaders for service through academic curriculum and a biblical, Reformed world view. Kuyper offers a variety of ministry and professional academic majors, including social work, youth ministry, education, business and intercultural studies.
Housing: For full-time undergraduates
Tuition: $16,976 annually
Room/board: $6,280 annually
LAKE MICHIGAN COLLEGE
2755 E. Napier Ave.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
800-252-1562 | http://www.lakemichigancollege.edu
Two-year college in a country
setting east of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph, with campuses in South Haven and Niles. Offers more than 100 degree and certificate options.
Tuition: $81 per credit for in-district students, $122 in-state, $159 out-of-state and $174 international.
LAKE SUPERIOR STATE UNIVERSITY
650 W. Easterday Ave.
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
906-632-6841 | http://www.lssu.edu
Four-year public university established in 1946 as a branch of Michigan Tech. Became an independent university in 1970.
Enrollment: About 2,700
Housing: Students just out of high school must live on campus. Family housing available.
Tuition: $9,264 annually
Room/board: $8,584 annually
LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
610 N. Capitol Ave.
Lansing, MI 48901-7210
517-483-1957 | http://www.lcc.edu
Two-year college on 28 acres in downtown Lansing. Established in 1957.
Enrollment: More than 20,000
Tuition: $79 per credit hour for resident students, $158 for out-of-district students, $237 for those out-of-state and $276 for international students.
LAWRENCE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
21000 W. 10 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075-1058
800-225-5588 | http://www.ltu.edu
Established in 1932. Located in suburban Detroit, serving full- and part-time students in day, evening and weekend courses in Southfield, Lansing, Traverse City and Petoskey, as well as online.
Housing: Two residence halls house more than 500 students. Married housing available.
MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE
14500 E. 12 Mile Road
Warren, MI 48088-3896
866-MACOMB1 | http://www.macomb.edu
Established in 1954. Two-year community college with campuses in Clinton Township and Warren.
Tuition: $84 per credit for in-district students, $128 for other Michigan residents and $167 for those out-of-state.
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, MI 48150-1176
800-852-4951, ext. 5339 | http://www.madonna.edu
Four-year independent Catholic liberal arts university established in 1937. Offers Michigan’s only bachelor’s degree program in sign language studies.
Housing: For 250 students
Tuition: $486 per credit hour
Room/board: $7,430 annually
8425 W. McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48221
313-927-1240 | http://www.marygrove.edu
Independent coeducational Catholic liberal arts college in northwest Detroit. Established in 1905.
Housing: For full-time undergraduates. No married housing.
Tuition: $16,800 annually for 12-18 credit hours per semester
Room/board: $7,600 for double- occupancy and 17 meals weekly
MICHIGAN JEWISH INSTITUTE
6890 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
248-414-6900 | http://www.mji.edu
Four-year college committed to sharing the history, language and culture of the Jewish people. Dual enrollment available for local
high school students. Degrees available in computers, business and Judaic studies through online and traditional class formats.
Tuition: $350 per credit hour
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
450 Hannah Administration
East Lansing, MI 48824
517-355-1855 | http://www.msu.edu
The state’s largest university was established 1855 as a land-grant college. A main 5,200-acre campus is along the Red Cedar River. Grand Rapids location offers mostly graduate-level courses.
Housing: Freshmen must live in residence halls. Married housing available.
Tuition: $406.75 per credit hour for freshmen and sophomores, $444.50 for juniors and seniors. Out-of-state residents pay $1,038.25 or $1,071 per credit hour, depending on class.
Room/board: $8,154 annually
MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931
888-688-1885 | http://www.mtu.edu
Four-year undergraduate and graduate public research university in the Upper Peninsula. Established in 1885.
Housing: Freshmen live in residence halls. Apartments available for students with sufficient credit hours.
Tuition: $12,853 (in-state, two semesters); $25,948 (out-of-state, two semesters)
Room/board: $8,648 annually
MID MICHIGAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
1375 S. Clare Ave.
Harrison, MI 48625-9447
989-386-6622 | http://www.midmich.edu
Established in 1965. Two-year college with locations in Harrison and Mount Pleasant.
Tuition: $88 per credit for in-district students, $161 for other Michigan residents and $303 for those out-of-state.
450 North Ave.
Battle Creek, MI 49017
269-660-8021 | http://www.millercollege.edu
Transfer students with 30 credit hours can complete degree programs at the junior and senior levels in convenient formats and times. Bachelor’s degrees in nursing, education, business and more.Enrollment: 350
Tuition: $333 per credit hour
MONROE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
1555 S. Raisinville Road
Monroe, MI 48161
734-242-7300 | http://www.monroeccc.edu
Two-year college established in 1964. The 210-acre main campus is located in Monroe. The Whitman Center, located in Bedford Township, was established in 1991.
Tuition: $83 per contact hour for Monroe County residents, $138 for other Michigan students and $153 for those out-of-state (rates include $6 technology fee).
MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE
2800 College Drive
Sidney, MI 48885
989-328-1277 | http://www.montcalm.edu
Two-year college on 220 acres in the heart of Montcalm County. Established in 1965.
Tuition: $83 per credit for in-district students, $153 for other Michigan residents and $228 for those out-of-state.
MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
1401 E. Court St.
Flint, MI 48503
810-762-0200 / 800-852-8614 | http://www.mcc.edu
Established in 1923. Offers associate degrees and certificates; largest college in Genesee County. Also satellite sites in Fenton, Clio, Lapeer and Howell. Operates high-tech fabrication laboratory (FABLAB) open to the public.
Tuition: $98.68 per contact hour for in-district students, $147.72 for other Michigan residents and $197.13 for those out-of-state.
221 S. Quarterline Road
Muskegon, MI 49442
231-773-9131 | http://www.muskegoncc.edu
A two-year college, established in 1926, located in northeast Muskegon. MCC has more than 80 areas of study, an 18:1 student-faculty ratio and one of the lowest tuition rates in the state.
Housing: Referrals for off-campus housing
Tuition: $81.50 per contact hour for Muskegon County residents, $143 for other Michigan residents and $196 for those out-of-state.
NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE
1515 Howard St.
Petoskey, MI 49770
888-298-6605 | http://www.ncmich.edu
Two-year college based in Petoskey. Classes also offered in Cheboygan, Gaylord and East Jordan.
Enrollment: 3,158 (winter 2011)
Housing: On-campus residence hall, coed by suite
Tuition: $74.50 per contact hour for Emmet County residents, $123 for other Michigan residents and $158.75 for those out-of-state (plus fees for all students).
Room/board: $1,675 (double) and $2,350 (single) per semester. Meal plans range from $324 to $1,380.
NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
1401 Presque Isle Ave.
Marquette, MI 49855
906-227-2650 | http://www.nmu.edu
Four-year public university established in 1899. Located on 300 acres near Lake Superior. Has U.S. Olympic Training Center. Fees include a notebook computer for all students. Students design their own experience in Superior Edge citizen-leader development program.
Housing: 10 on-campus residence halls; required for freshmen, sophomores and students younger than 21.
Tuition: $8,414.04 per year for Michigan residents, $13,142.04 for out-of-state students.
Room/board: $8,174 per year (double-occupancy suite and constant meal plan)
NORTHWESTERN MICHIGAN COLLEGE
1701 E. Front St.
Traverse City, MI 49686
231-995-1054 / 800-748-0566 | http://www.nmc.edu
Two-year college offering associate degrees, certificates and transfer options for more than 50 programs. University Center offers bachelor’s completion and advanced degree opportunities.
Housing: Residence halls for 200. Apartments for students 21 or older.
Tuition: $82.10 per contact hour for Grand Traverse County residents, $159.40 for other Michigan residents and $204.25 for those out-of-state. Separate rates for maritime, construction technology and renewable energy classes.
Room/board: $5,251.98 (double) or $7,181.82 (single) per academic year. Three meal plan choices range from $2,000 to $3,400.
4000 Whiting Drive
Midland, MI 48640
800-457-7878 | http://www.northwood.edu
Main campus sits on 434 acres near downtown Midland. Satellite residential campuses in Dallas, Texas, and West Palm Beach, Fla., as well as 30 extension centers nationwide. Offers four-year programs and master’s degrees in business administration.
Enrollment: 3,729 in Michigan
Housing: Freshmen who do not live nearby must live in dorms, which house 900.
Tuition: $19,086 annually
Room/board: $8,350 per year
OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
2480 Opdyke Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
248-341-2000 | http://www.oaklandcc.edu
A two-year college with five campuses around Oakland County. Opened in 1965.
Enrollment: 76,000 annually
Tuition: $66.70 per credit for in-district students, $112.90 per credit for other Michigan residents and $158.40 for those out-of-state.
2200 N. Squirrel Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4404
800-OAK-UNIV | http://www.oakland.edu/go
A four-year public university established in 1957, Oakland offers 132 undergraduate and 124 graduate academic programs and is a doctoral research university. This fall the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine welcomes its inaugural class of 50 students.
Enrollment: 19,053 (2010)
Housing: More than 2,000 students live on campus in five coed residence halls, six student apartment buildings, a grouping of town homes and four Greek cottages.
Tuition: $9,280 for freshmen and sophomores; $10,142 for juniors and seniors. Oakland does not charge any fees.
Room/board: $5,420 to $8,663
320 S. Main St.
Olivet, MI 49076
269-749-7635 or 800-456-7189 | http://www.olivetcollege.edu
Private, independent liberal arts college with an educational philosophy focusing on individual and social responsibility, character, competence, service and career. Founded in 1844; one of the first U.S. colleges to admit women and people of color.
Housing: Three residence halls and one apartment-style complex; all full-time students required to reside in college-approved housing; exemptions for qualified students.
Tuition: $20,500 annually (every Olivet student receives some form of internal financial assistance)
Room/board: $7,000 annually
800 W. Avon Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
800-521-6010 | http://www.rc.edu
Rochester College promotes academic excellence, principled character, servant leadership and global awareness through an educational experience that integrates liberal arts and professional studies within an inclusive Christian heritage. Four-year programs include accounting, biblical studies, education, humanities, interdisciplinary studies, management, mass communication, ministry and psychology; master’s degree in missional leadership.
Housing: Dorm capacity 350; some married student housing.
Tuition: $17,394 annually
Room/board: $6,214 annually
SAGINAW CHIPPEWA TRIBAL COLLEGE
2274 Enterprise Drive
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
989-775-4123 | http://www.sagchip.edu
Two-year public institution chartered in 1998 by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan.
Tuition: $2,040 annually
SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
7400 Bay Road
University Center, MI 48710
800-968-9500 | http://www.svsu.edu
Four-year state university on 782 acres. Began as a private college in 1963. Features buildings linked by overhead walkways.
Housing: For 2,700 students
Tuition: $6,252 annually for 24 credits
Room/board: $7,380 annually
ST. CLAIR COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
323 Erie St.
P.O. Box 5015
Port Huron, MI 48061-5015
810-984-3881 | http://www.sc4.edu
Two-year college on 25 acres. Founded in1923 as Port Huron Junior College.
Tuition: $91 per contact hour for in-district students, $177 for other Michigan residents and $258 for those out-of-state.
18600 Haggerty Road
Livonia, MI 48152
734-462-4426 | http://www.schoolcraft.edu
Community college with two urban campuses in metropolitan Detroit. In addition to more than 70 certificate and associate degree programs, Schoolcraft also offers extensive continuing education programs. Flexible class scheduling and online courses available.
Enrollment: 32,000 (figure includes about 19,000 noncredit continuing education students)
Tuition: $84 per credit for in-district students, $123 for other Michigan residents and $181 for those out-of-state.
SIENA HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY
1247 E. Siena Heights Drive
Adrian, MI 49221-1796
800-521-0009 | http://www.sienaheights.edu
Four-year private liberal arts university established in 1919 by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Also online study and six degree-completion centers statewide.
Enrollment: Approximately 2,400 on all campuses
Housing: For approximately 450 students. Three-year residency requirement. No married housing.
Tuition: $19,934 annually
Room/board: $7,890 annually
SOUTHWESTERN MICHIGAN COLLEGE
58900 Cherry Grove Road
Dowagiac, MI 49047
269-783-2135 / 800-456-8675, ext. 2135 | http://www.swmich.edu
Two-year community college with four-year degree programs through Ferris State University. Located on 240 wooded acres. Chartered in 1964.
Tuition: $99.25 per contact hour for in-district students, $128.25 for other Michigan residents, $139.75 for those out-of-state and $179 for international students.
Room/board: $6,365 (academic year) and $6,895 (calendar year) for two-bedroom on-campus suites; $5,305 (academic year) and $5,835 (calendar year) for four-bedroom on-campus suites.
SPRING ARBOR UNIVERSITY
106 E. Main
Spring Arbor, MI 49283
800-968-0011 | http://www.arbor.edu
Four-year Christian liberal arts school established in 1873. Also provides degree-completion programs online for adult students; locations in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek and 12 other sites statewide.
Enrollment: 4,231 statewide
Housing: Five residence halls house 900 students; also suite-style village housing, community houses and apartments. Full-time students younger than 21 must live in campus housing or with parents. Married housing available.
Tuition: $20,980 annually
Room/board: $7,570 annually (plus fees of $540 on main campus)
UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY
4001 W. McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48221-3038
800-635-5020 | http://www.udmercy.edu
Formed in 1990 when the University of Detroit and Mercy College of Detroit combined. Detroit campuses include McNichols in the northwest, Riverfront (law school) downtown and Corktown (dental school) near downtown.
Housing: Six residence halls can accommodate 800 students
Tuition: $32,500 annually
Room/board: Approximately $9,290 annually (meal plans vary)
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN — ANN ARBOR
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
734-764-7433 (Office of Undergraduate Admissions) | http://www.umich.edu
Established in 1817, U-M is recognized as one of the world’s top teaching and research universities. Ann Arbor campus offers 6,900 courses each year, more than 242 undergraduate majors and 700 degree programs. Class size ranges from fewer than 10 to several hundred; overall student/faculty ratio is 8:1. The campus is located on 3,100 acres in a city of nearly 114,000.
Enrollment: 41,924 (fall 2010)
Housing: Guaranteed for freshmen, but not required. Graduate student and family housing available.
Tuition: $12,634 in-state, $37,782 out-of-state (undergraduates)
Room/board: $9,468 annually (double-occupancy, standard meal plan)
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN — DEARBORN
Dearborn, MI 48128
313-593-5100 (Office of Admissions and Orientation) | http://www.umd.umich.edu
Founded in 1959 with a gift from the Ford Motor Company. Offers more than 90 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degrees in liberal arts and sciences, engineering, business and education.
The metropolitan university is committed to excellence in academics, innovative research and programming and civic engagement.
Enrollment: 8,885 (fall 2010)
Tuition: $9,628 annually (undergraduate in-state)
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN — FLINT
Flint, MI 48502
810-762-3300 (Office of Undergraduate Admissions) | http://www.umflint.edu
Founded in 1956 as part of the U-M system, the 72-acre Flint campus offers more than 100 areas of undergraduate and graduate study, and is nationally recognized for academics, civic engagement and outreach and service to student veterans.
Enrollment: 8,138 (fall 2010)
Tuition: $9,194 annually (undergraduate in-state)
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX — WEST MICHIGAN
318 River Ridge Drive NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49544
616-647-5100 | http://www.phoenix.edu
A for-profit institution and the largest private university in the country, with 405,300 students at more than 200 campuses and learning centers nationwide and online. Grand Rapids campus opened in 1999. Learning Center in Portage located at 950 Trade Centre Way–Suite 120, 269-567-4000. Also locations in Lansing, Flint and Ann Arbor.
Enrollment: 6,800 in West Michigan
Tuition: $365 to $770 per credit hour
P.O. Box 7006
Troy, MI 48007-7006
800-WALSH-01 | http://www.walshcollege.edu
Walsh College offers certificate programs and upper-division undergraduate and graduate degrees in business and technology at five locations in southeast Michigan, as well as online. Also offers a doctor of management in executive leadership.
Tuition: $335 per credit hour (undergraduate) and $577 per credit hour (graduate).
WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE
4800 E. Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800
734-973-3300 | http://www.wccnet.edu
Established in 1965. Two-year college on 291 acres between Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.
Enrollment: About 20,000 (credit) and 7,000 (noncredit) students
Tuition: $92 per credit for in-district students, $143 for other Michigan residents and $186 for those out-of-state. Rates include a $7 per credit technology fee.
WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
801 W. Fort St.
Detroit, MI 48226
313-496-2600 | http://www.wcccd.edu
Established in 1967. Two-year college with five Detroit area campuses, including locations in metropolitan Detroit, Taylor and Belleville.
Enrollment: 72,667 (2010 figure for credit and noncredit students)
Tuition: $89 per credit for in-district students, $110 for other Michigan residents and $140 for those out-of-state.
WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Detroit, MI 48202
877-WSU-INFO | http://www.wayne.edu
Public university on 203 acres in Detroit. Established in 1868, WSU has six satellite campuses. Wayne State is Michigan’s only urban research university and has the most diverse student body among the state’s public universities, including students from 49 states and more than 60 countries.
Housing: Residence halls and on-campus apartments
Room/board: $7,940 annually with Warrior Pass (unlimited access to dining halls during breakfast, lunch and dinner).
WEST SHORE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
3000 N. Stiles Road
Scottville, MI 49454
231-845-6211, ext. 5946 | http://www.westshore.edu
Established in 1967. Two-year college on 360 wooded acres.
Tuition: $79 per contact hour for in-district students, $138 for other Michigan residents and $185 for those out-of-state.
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY — GRAND RAPIDS
The Graduate Center – Beltline
2333 East Beltline Ave. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546-5936
The Graduate Center – Downtown
200 Ionia Ave. SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-771-4100 | http://www.wmich.edu/grandrapids
Offers a community-based
counseling clinic, conference and event space rentals. Graduate programs include business, counseling, teacher education and administration, engineering, social work and occupational therapy.
Enrollment: More than 1,500
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY — KALAMAZOO
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
269-387-2000 | http://www.wmich.edu
Research university offering more than 230 programs at graduate and undergraduate levels. Established in 1903. Includes 1,200 acres of campus, including Kalamazoo and six regional sites.
Enrollment: 25,045 (2010)
Housing: For 5,550; students may live off-campus.
Tuition: $9,606 annually for freshmen and sophomores, $10,524 for juniors and seniors. Out-of-state students pay $22,338 ($24,778 upper division).
Room/board: $8,045 annually (15 meals weekly)
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY — MUSKEGON
Stevenson Center for Higher Education 221 S. Quarterline Road
Muskegon, MI 49442-1783
231-777-0500 | http://www.wmich.edu/muskegon
Offers graduate degrees and certificates in education. Also offers undergraduate degree completion in manufacturing engineering and certificates in education. Also offers undergraduate degree
completion in manufacturing
engineering and recreation.