List of colleges and universities in Michigan

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There are ninety-three colleges and universities in the U.S. state of Michigan that are listed under the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. These institutions include eight research universities, five doctoral/professional universities, fourteen master's universities, and fourteen baccalaureate colleges, as well as thirty-one associates colleges. In addition, there are eighteen institutions classified as special-focus institutions, eleven labeled as baccalaureate/associate's colleges, and two tribal colleges which operate in the state.

The University of Michigan is the oldest higher-educational institution in the state, and among the earliest research universities in the nation; it was founded in 1817, twenty years before the Michigan Territory achieved statehood.[1][2] East Lansing-based Michigan State University is the state's largest public institution in terms of enrollment, as it had 50,340 students as of fall, 2016. With an enrollment of 21,210 students, Baker College of Flint is Michigan's largest private post-secondary institution, while Oak Park-based Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Detroit is the state's smallest.

The state has seven medical schools,[note 1] as well as five law schools[note 2] which are accredited by the American Bar Association.[3] The majority of Michigan's post-secondary institutions are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).[4] Most are accredited by multiple agencies, such as the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), and the National League for Nursing (NLNAC).

Institutions[edit]

Research universities[edit]

List of research universities
School Location[note 3] Control[note 4] Type[note 5] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant Public Doctoral university with high research activity (R2) 17,311 1892[6] HLC, ADA, APTA, APA, ASHA, LCME, NASAD, NASM, TCATE
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti Public Doctoral university with high research activity (R2) 16,294 1849[7] HLC, ADA, AOTA, APA, ASHA, CCNE, NASM, NASAD, TCATE
Michigan State University East Lansing Public Doctoral university with very high research activity (R1) 49,695 1855[8] HLC, AALE, ABA, AAMFT, ADA, AOA, APA, ASHA, AVMA, CCNE, CELPA, AANA, LCME, NASM, TCATE
Michigan Technological University Houghton Public Doctoral university with high research activity (R2) 6,873 1885[9] HLC, TCATE
Oakland University Rochester Hills Public Doctoral university with high research activity (R2) 18,552 1957[10] HLC, APTA, CCNE, AANA, NASD, NASM, NAST, TCATE
University of Michigan Ann Arbor Public Doctoral university with very high research activity (R1) 47,907 1817[11] HLC, MEAC, ACPE, ABA, ADA, ADA, APA, CAHME, CCNE, CEPH, LCME, NASAD, NASD, NASM, TCATE
Wayne State University Detroit Public Doctoral university with very high research activity (R1) 26,241 1868[12] HLC, MEAC, ACPE, ABA, ABFSE, ADA, AOTA, APTA, APA, ASHA, CCNE, AANA, CEPH, JRCERT, LCME, NASD, NASM, NAST, ABET
Western Michigan University Kalamazoo Public Doctoral university with high research activity (R2) 19,887 1903[13] HLC, ADA, AOTA, APA, ASHA, CCNE, CELPA, NASAD, NASD, NASM, NAST, TCATE

Doctoral/Professional universities[edit]

List of doctoral/professional universities
School Location[note 6] Control[note 7] Type[note 8] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Andrews University Berrien Springs Private not-for-profit Doctoral/Professional university (D/PU) 3,162 1874[14] HLC, ADA, APTA, ATS, NASM, TCATE, NLNAC
Ferris State University Big Rapids Public Doctoral/Professional university (D/PU) 11,165 1884[15] HLC, ACPE, ADA, AOA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Grand Valley State University Allendale Public Doctoral/Professional university (D/PU) 23,350 1960[16] HLC, APTA, CCNE, NASAD, NASM, TCATE
University of Detroit Mercy Detroit Private not-for-profit Doctoral/Professional university (D/PU) 4,987 1877[17] HLC, APA, CCNE, AANA
University of Michigan–Flint Flint Public Doctoral/Professional university (D/PU) 6,829 1956[18] HLC, APTA, CCNE, AANA, JRCERT, NASM

Master's universities[edit]

List of master's universities
School Location[note 9] Control[note 10] Type[note 11] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Baker College Flint Private not-for-profit Master's university (M2) 6,028 1911[19] HLC
Calvin University Grand Rapids Private not-for-profit Master's university (M3) 3,307 1876[20] HLC, CCNE, NASM
Cornerstone University Grand Rapids Private not-for-profit Master's university (M1) 1,917 1941[21] HLC, ATS, NASM
Davenport University Grand Rapids Private not-for-profit Master's university (M1) 6,127 1866[22] HLC, NLNAC
Kettering University Flint Private not-for-profit Master's university (M2) 2,030 1919[23] HLC
Lawrence Technological University Southfield Private not-for-profit Master's university (M1) 2,812 1932[24] HLC, NASAD
Madonna University Livonia Private not-for-profit Master's university (M2) 2,792 1937[25] HLC, ADA, ABA, CCNE, TCATE, NLNAC
Northern Michigan University Marquette Public Master's university (M2) 7,368 1899[26] HLC, CCNE, JRCERT, NASM, TCATE
Saginaw Valley State University University Center Public Master's university (M1) 8,028 1963[27] HLC, AOTA, CCNE, NASM, TCATE
Siena Heights University Adrian Private not-for-profit Master's university (M2) 2,036 1919[28] HLC, NASAD
Spring Arbor University Spring Arbor Private not-for-profit Master's university (M1) 3,118 1873[29] HLC, CCNE, TCATE
University of Michigan–Dearborn Dearborn Public Master's university (M1) 8,783 1959[30] HLC, TCATE
Concordia University Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Private not-for-profit Master's university (M3) 1,165 1963[31] HLC, TCATE

Baccalaureate colleges[edit]

List of baccalaureate colleges
School Location[note 12] Control[note 13] Type[note 14] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Adrian College Adrian Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields. 1,865 1859[32] HLC
Albion College Albion Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Arts & Sciences 1,506 1835[33] HLC, NASM, TCATE
Alma College Alma Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 1,435 1886[34] HLC, NASM
Aquinas College Grand Rapids Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Arts & Sciences 1,517 1886[35] HLC
Finlandia University Hancock Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 402 1896[36] HLC, APTA, CCNE
Grace Christian University Wyoming Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 1,052 1939[37] HLC, ABHE
Great Lakes Christian College Lansing Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 169 1949[38] HLC, ABHE
Hillsdale College Hillsdale Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Arts & Sciences 1,543 1844[39]
Hope College Holland Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Arts & Sciences 3,061 1866[40] HLC, CCNE, NASAD, NASD, NASM, NAST, TCATE, ABET
Kalamazoo College Kalamazoo Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Arts & Sciences 1,451 1833[41] HLC
Kuyper College Grand Rapids Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 152 1939[42] HLC, ABHE
Lake Superior State University Sault Ste. Marie Public Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 1,909 1946[43] HLC, NLNAC
Olivet College Olivet Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 1,023 1844[44] HLC
Rochester University Rochester Hills Private not-for-profit Baccalaureate College: Diverse Fields 1,231 1959[45] HLC, CCNE

Baccalaureate/Associate's colleges[edit]

List of baccalaureate/associate's colleges
School Location[note 15] Control[note 16] Type[note 17] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Alpena Community College Alpena Public Baccalaureate/Associate's College 1,436 1952[46] HLC
Henry Ford College Dearborn Public Baccalaureate/Associate's College 11,345 1938[47] HLC, APTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Jackson College Jackson Public Baccalaureate/Associate's College 4,140 1928[48] HLC, JRCERT
Lake Michigan College Benton Harbor Public Baccalaureate/Associate's College 2,499 1946[49] HLC, ADA, AOTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Northwestern Michigan College Traverse City Public Baccalaureate/Associate's College 3,278 1951[50] HLC, ADA
Schoolcraft College Livonia Public Baccalaureate/Associate's College 8,116 1964[51] HLC

Associate's colleges[edit]

List of associate's colleges
School Location[note 18] Control[note 19] Type[note 20] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Bay de Noc Community College Escanaba Public Associate's college 1,898 1962[52] HLC, NLNAC
Delta College University Center Public Associate's college 6,954 1961[53] HLC, ADA, APTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Glen Oaks Community College Centreville Public Associate's college 950 1965[54] HLC
Gogebic Community College Ironwood Public Associate's college 896 1932[55] HLC
Grand Rapids Community College Grand Rapids Public Associate's college 12,107 1914[56] HLC, ADA, AOTA, JRCERT, NASAD, NASM, NLNAC
Kalamazoo Valley Community College Kalamazoo Public Associate's college 6,656 1966[57] HLC, ADA
Kellogg Community College Battle Creek Public Associate's college 3,469 1956[58] HLC, ADA, APTA, JRCERT
Kirtland Community College Roscommon Public Associate's college 1,330 1966[59] HLC
Lansing Community College Lansing Public Associate's college 10,306 1957[60] HLC, ADA, CMTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Macomb Community College Warren Public Associate's college 16,736 1954[61] HLC, AOTA, JRCERT
Mid Michigan College Harrison Public Associate's college 3,291 1965[62] HLC, APTA, JRCERT
Monroe County Community College Monroe Public Associate's college 2,302 1964[63] HLC, NLNAC
Montcalm Community College Sidney Township Public Associate's college 1,414 1965[64] HLC
Mott Community College Flint Public Associate's college 5,920 1923[65] HLC, ADA, NLNAC
Muskegon Community College Muskegon Public Associate's college 3,456 1926[66] HLC, NLNAC
North Central Michigan College Petoskey Public Associate's college 1,748 1958[67] HLC
Oakland Community College Bloomfield Hills Public Associate's college 14,511 1964[68] HLC
Southwestern Michigan College Dowagiac Public Associate's college 1,759 1964[69] HLC
St. Clair County Community College Port Huron Public Associate's college 3,315 1923[70] HLC, NLNAC
Washtenaw Community College Ann Arbor Public Associate's college 11,140 1966[71] HLC, ADA, APTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Wayne County Community College District Detroit Public Associate's college 10,748 1967[72] HLC, ADA, ADA
West Shore Community College Scottville Public Associate's college 1,058 1967[73] HLC

Special-focus institutions[edit]

List of special-focus institutions
School Location[note 21] Control[note 22] Type[note 23] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Calvin Theological Seminary Grand Rapids Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 245 1876[74] ATS
Cleary University Howell Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 658 1883[75] HLC
College for Creative Studies Detroit Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 1,512 1906[76] HLC, NASAD
Cranbrook Academy of Art Bloomfield Hills Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 126 1932[77] HLC, NASAD
Ecumenical Theological Seminary Detroit Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 76 1980[78] ATS
Michigan School of Psychology Farmington Hills Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 209 1980[79] HLC
Moody Theological Seminary–Michigan Plymouth Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 1925[80] None
Northwood University Midland Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 2,541 1959[81] HLC
Sacred Heart Major Seminary Detroit Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 418 1919[82] HLC, ATS
The Art Institute of Michigan Novi Private for-profit Special-focus institution 709 1916[83] HLC
Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Troy Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 1,744 1922[84] HLC
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Lansing Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 972 1972[85] HLC, ABA
Western Theological Seminary Holland Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 357 1866[86] ATS
Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Detroit Oak Park Private not-for-profit Special-focus institution 55 1985[87] AARTS

Tribal colleges[edit]

List of tribal colleges
School Location[note 24] Control[note 25] Type[note 26] Enrollment[5]
(fall 2020)
Founded Accreditation[5]
Bay Mills Community College Brimley Public Tribal college 438 1984[88] HLC
Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College Baraga Public Tribal college 79 2009[89] HLC
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College Mount Pleasant Public Tribal college 96 1998[90] HLC
Key
Abbreviation Accrediting agency
AAMFT American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
AANA American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
ABA American Bar Association
ABET Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
ABFSE American Board of Funeral Service Education
ADA American Dietetic Association
AOA American Osteopathic Association
AVMA American Veterinary Medical Association
ACICS Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
ACPE Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
AALE American Academy for Liberal Education
ADA American Dental Association
AOTA American Occupational Therapy Association
AOA American Optometric Association
APTA American Physical Therapy Association
APA American Psychological Association
ASHA American Speech–Language–Hearing Association
AARTS Association of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools
ABHE Association for Biblical Higher Education
ATSCA Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada
CAHME Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education
CCNE Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
CELPA Commission on English Language Program Accreditation
CMTA Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation
CEPH Council on Education for Public Health
HLC Higher Learning Commission
JRCERT Joint Review Committee on Education Programs in Radiologic Technology
LCME Liaison Committee on Medical Education
MEAC Midwifery Education Accreditation Council
NASAD National Association of Schools of Art and Design
NASD National Association of Schools of Dance
NASM National Association of Schools of Music
NAST National Association of Schools of Theatre
NCATE National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
NLNAC National League for Nursing

Defunct institutions[edit]

List of defunct institutions in Michigan
School Location Control Founded Closed Ref(s)
American Medical Missionary College Battle Creek Private 1895 1910 [91]
Detroit Institute of Technology Detroit Private 1891 1982 [91]
DeVry University–Michigan Southfield Private for-profit 1931 2015 [92]
Duns Scotus College Southfield Private 1930 1979 [91]
Grand Rapids Theological Seminary Grand Rapids Private 1948 Merged into Cornerstone University [93]
Grand Traverse College Benzonia Private 1891 1900 [91]
Highland Park Community College Highland Park Public 1918 1996 [91]
International Academy of Design and Technology Troy Private for-profit 1977 2016 [94]
ITT Technical Institute–Canton Canton Private for-profit 1969 2016 [95]
ITT Technical Institute–Swartz Creek Swartz Creek Private for-profit 1969 2016 [95]
ITT Technical Institute–Troy Troy Private for-profit 1969 2016 [95]
ITT Technical Institute–Wyoming Wyoming Private for-profit 1969 2016 [95]
Jordan College Various Private 1967 1996 [91]
Mackinac College Mackinac Island Private 1966 1973 [91]
Maryglade College Memphis Private 1960 1974 [91]
Marygrove College Detroit Private not-for-profit 1905[96] 2019 [97]
Michigan Jewish Institute West Bloomfield Township Private not-for-profit 1994 2016 [98]
Nazareth College Kalamazoo Private 1889 1992 [91]
Robert B. Miller College Battle Creek Private, non-profit 2004 2016 [99]
Saint Mary's College Orchard Lake Village Private 1905 2003
Merged into Madonna University
[91][100]
William Tyndale College Farmington Hills Private 1945 2004 [91]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The state's seven medical schools are the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan Medicine, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Central Michigan University College of Medicine, and Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine.
  2. ^ The state's five law schools are the University of Michigan Law School, Michigan State University College of Law, Wayne State University Law School, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, and Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.
  3. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  4. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  5. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  6. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  7. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  8. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  9. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  10. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  11. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  12. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  13. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  14. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  15. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  16. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  17. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  18. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  19. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  20. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  21. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  22. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  23. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  24. ^ School location is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  25. ^ School control is based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  26. ^ School types are based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

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