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, nineteen master's universities, and seventeen 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 system (which comprises three public universities) has been overseen by the Board of Regents of the University of Michigan since 1817.[1]

The University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (UM) is the flagship campus of the University of Michigan system. The oldest post-secondary institution in the state, it was founded in 1817, twenty years before the Michigan Territory achieved statehood.[2][3] East Lansing-based Michigan State University is the state's largest public institution in terms of enrollment, as it had 47,825 students as of early 2012. With an enrollment of 11,707 students, Davenport University of Grand Rapids 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 five medical schools,[note 1] as well as five law schools[note 2] which are accredited by the American Bar Association.[4] The majority of Michigan's post-secondary institutions are accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).[5] 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]

Key
AbbreviationAccrediting agency
AAMFTAmerican Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
AANAAmerican Association of Nurse Anesthetists
ABAAmerican Bar Association
ABFSEAmerican Board of Funeral Service Education
ADAAmerican Dietetic Association
AOAAmerican Osteopathic Association
AVMAAmerican Veterinary Medical Association
ACICSAccrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
ACPEAccreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
AALEAmerican Academy for Liberal Education
ADAAmerican Dental Association
AOTAAmerican Occupational Therapy Association
AOAAmerican Optometric Association
APTAAmerican Physical Therapy Association
APAAmerican Psychological Association
ASHAAmerican Speech–Language–Hearing Association
AARTSAssociation of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools
ABHEAssociation for Biblical Higher Education
ATSCAAssociation of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada
CAHMECommission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education
CCNECommission on Collegiate Nursing Education
CELPACommission on English Language Program Accreditation
CMTACommission on Massage Therapy Accreditation
CEPHCouncil on Education for Public Health
JRCERTJoint Review Committee on Education Programs in Radiologic Technology
LCMELiaison Committee on Medical Education
MEACMidwifery Education Accreditation Council
NASADNational Association of Schools of Art and Design
NASDNational Association of Schools of Dance
NASMNational Association of Schools of Music
NASTNational Association of Schools of Theatre
NCANorth Central Association of Colleges and Schools
NCATENational Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
NLNACNational League for Nursing
List of active institutions
SchoolLocation[note 3]Control[note 4]Type[note 5]Enrollment[6]
(spring 2012)
FoundedAccreditation[6]
Adrian CollegeAdrianPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,6771859[7]NCA
Albion CollegeAlbionPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,5141835[8]NCA, NASM, TCATE
Alma CollegeAlmaPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,4171886[9]NCA, NASM
Alpena Community CollegeAlpenaPublicAssociate's college1,9911952[10]NCA
Andrews UniversityBerrien SpringsPrivate not-for-profitDoctoral/research university3,5471874[11]NCA, ADA, APTA, ATS, NASM, TCATE, NLNAC
Aquinas CollegeGrand RapidsPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university2,1421886[12]NCA
Baker College Center for Graduate StudiesFlintPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university6,0811911[13]None
Baker College of Allen ParkAllen ParkPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college3,9851911[13]NCA, AOTA, APTA
Baker College of Auburn HillsAuburn HillsPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college3,8071911[13]NCA, ADA
Baker College of CadillacCadillacPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college1,8371911[13]NCA
Baker College of Clinton TownshipClinton TownshipPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college5,7171911[13]NCA, JRCERT
Baker College of FlintFlintPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college6,3551911[13]NCA, AOTA, APTA, CCNE
Baker College of JacksonJacksonPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college2,7581911[13]NCA, JRCERT
Baker College of MuskegonMuskegonPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college5,0031911[13]NCA, AOTA, APTA, JRCERT
Baker College of OwossoOwossoPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college3,2221911[13]NCA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Baker College of Port HuronPort HuronPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college1,4741911[13]NCA, ADA
Bay de Noc Community CollegeEscanabaPublicAssociate's college2,7421962[14]NCA, NLNAC
Bay Mills Community CollegeBrimleyPublicTribal college5751984[15]NCA
Calvin CollegeGrand RapidsPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college3,9671876[16]NCA, CCNE, NASM
Calvin Theological SeminaryGrand RapidsPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution2731876[17]ATS
Central Michigan UniversityMount PleasantPublicDoctoral/research university28,1941892[18]NCA, ADA, APTA, APA, ASHA, LCME, NASAD, NASM, TCATE
Cleary UniversityAnn ArborPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution7111883[19]NCA
College for Creative StudiesDetroitPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution1,3911906[20]NCA, NASAD
Concordia University–Ann ArborAnn ArborPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college7111963[21]NCA, TCATE
Cornerstone UniversityGrand RapidsPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university2,7471941[22]NCA, ATS, NASM
Cranbrook Academy of ArtBloomfield HillsPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution1551932[23]NCA, NASAD
Davenport UniversityGrand RapidsPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university11,7071866[24]NCA, NLNAC
Delta CollegeUniversity CenterPublicAssociate's college11,4781961[25]NCA, ADA, APTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
DeVry University–MichiganSouthfieldPrivate for-profitBaccalaureate/associate's college2121931[26]NCA
Eastern Michigan UniversityYpsilantiPublicMaster's university23,4191849[27]NCA, ADA, AOTA, APA, ASHA, CCNE, NASM, TCATE
Ecumenical Theological SeminaryDetroitPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution1421980[28]ATS
Ferris State UniversityBig RapidsPublicMaster's university14,5601884[29]NCA, ACPE, ADA, AOA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Finlandia UniversityHancockPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college6021896[30]NCA, APTA, CCNE
Glen Oaks Community CollegeCentrevillePublicAssociate's college1,3341965[31]NCA
Gogebic Community CollegeIronwoodPublicAssociate's college1,1471932[32]NCA
Grace Bible CollegeWyomingPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college3471939[33]NCA, ABHE
Grand Rapids Community CollegeGrand RapidsPublicAssociate's college17,5751914[34]NCA, ADA, AOTA, JRCERT, NASAD, NASM, NLNAC
Grand Valley State UniversityAllendalePublicMaster's university24,6621960[35]NCA, APTA, CCNE, NASAD, NASM, TCATE
Great Lakes Christian CollegeLansingPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution2071949[36]NCA, ABHE
Henry Ford Community CollegeDearbornPublicAssociate's college17,6501938[37]NCA, APTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Hillsdale CollegeHillsdalePrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,400[38]1844[39]
Hope CollegeHollandPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college3,2491866[40]NCA, CCNE, NASAD, NASD, NASM, NAST, TCATE
International Academy of Design and TechnologyTroyPrivate for-profitSpecial-focus institution8491977[41]ACICS
ITT Technical Institute–CantonCantonPrivate for-profitAssociate's college6591969[42]ACICS
ITT Technical Institute–Swartz CreekSwartz CreekPrivate for-profitAssociate's college7601969[42]ACICS
ITT Technical Institute–TroyTroyPrivate for-profitAssociate's college1,2511969[42]ACICS
ITT Technical Institute–WyomingWyomingPrivate for-profitSpecial-focus institution6941969[42]ACICS
Jackson CollegeJacksonPublicAssociate's college6,9881928[43]NCA, JRCERT
Kalamazoo CollegeKalamazooPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,3751833[44]NCA
Kalamazoo Valley Community CollegeKalamazooPublicAssociate's college11,3951966[45]NCA, ADA
Kellogg Community CollegeBattle CreekPublicAssociate's college6,0711956[46]NCA, ADA, APTA, JRCERT
Kettering UniversityFlintPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university2,0791919[47]NCA
Kirtland Community CollegeRoscommonPublicAssociate's college1,8151966[48]NCA
Kuyper CollegeGrand RapidsPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college3201939[49]NCA, ABHE
Lake Michigan CollegeBenton HarborPublicAssociate's college4,6541946[50]NCA, ADA, AOTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Lake Superior State UniversitySault Ste MariePublicBaccalaureate college2,8051946[51]NCA, NLNAC
Lansing Community CollegeLansingPublicAssociate's college20,6401957[52]NCA, ADA, CMTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Lawrence Technological UniversitySouthfieldPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university4,2571932[53]NCA, NASAD
Macomb Community CollegeWarrenPublicAssociate's college23,9691954[54]NCA, AOTA, JRCERT
Madonna UniversityLivoniaPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university4,4141937[55]NCA, ADA, CCNE, TCATE, NLNAC
Marygrove CollegeDetroitPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university2,3261905[56]NCA, TCATE
Michigan Jewish InstituteWest Bloomfield TownshipPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,3521994[57]ACICS
Michigan School of Professional PsychologyFarmington HillsPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution1491980[58]NCA
Michigan State UniversityEast LansingPublicResearch university47,8251855[59]NCA, AALE, AAMFT, ADA, AOA, APA, ASHA, AVMA, CCNE, CELPA, AANA, LCME, NASM, TCATE
Michigan State University College of LawEast LansingPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution9681891[60]ABA
Michigan Technological UniversityHoughtonPublicResearch university7,0221885[61]NCA, TCATE
Michigan Theological SeminaryPlymouthPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution156 as of fall 2011[62]1925[63]None
Mid Michigan Community CollegeHarrisonPublicAssociate's college4,8851965[64]NCA, APTA, JRCERT
Monroe County Community CollegeMonroePublicAssociate's college4,4401964[65]NCA, NLNAC
Montcalm Community CollegeSidneyPublicAssociate's college2,0621965[66]NCA
Mott Community CollegeFlintPublicAssociate's college11,7601923[67]NCA, ADA, NLNAC
Muskegon Community CollegeMuskegonPublicAssociate's college5,1561926[68]NCA, NLNAC
North Central Michigan CollegePetoskeyPublicAssociate's college2,9591958[69]NCA
Northern Michigan UniversityMarquettePublicMaster's university9,4051899[70]NCA, CCNE, JRCERT, NASM, TCATE
Northwestern Michigan CollegeTraverse CityPublicAssociate's college5,1661951[71]NCA, ADA
Northwood UniversityMidlandPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution3,5381959[72]NCA
Oakland Community CollegeBloomfield HillsPublicAssociate's college29,1581964[73]NCA
Oakland UniversityRochester HillsPublicDoctoral/research university19,3791957[74]NCA, APTA, CCNE, AANA, NASD, NASM, NAST, TCATE
Olivet CollegeOlivetPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,1591844[75]NCA
Robert B. Miller CollegeBattle CreekPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college3672002[76]NCA, CCNE
Rochester CollegeRochester HillsPrivate not-for-profitBaccalaureate college1,0651959[77]NCA, CCNE
Sacred Heart Major SeminaryDetroitPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution4661919[78]NCA, ATS
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal CollegeMount PleasantPublicTribal college1331998[79]NCA
Saginaw Valley State UniversityUniversity CenterPublicMaster's university10,7901963[80]NCA, AOTA, CCNE, NASM, TCATE
Schoolcraft CollegeLivoniaPublicAssociate's college12,7701964[81]NCA
Siena Heights UniversityAdrianPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university2,6901919[82]NCA, NASAD
Southwestern Michigan CollegeDowagiacPublicAssociate's college3,0291964[83]NCA
Spring Arbor UniversitySpring ArborPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university4,2711873[84]NCA, CCNE, TCATE
St. Clair County Community CollegePort HuronPublicAssociate's college4,5901923[85]NCA, NLNAC
The Art Institute of MichiganNoviPrivate for-profitSpecial-focus institution9631916[86]NCA
Thomas M. Cooley Law SchoolLansingPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution3,7451972[87]NCA, ABA
University of Detroit MercyDetroitPrivate not-for-profitMaster's university5,3351877[88]NCA, APA, CCNE, AANA
University of Michigan–Ann ArborAnn ArborPublicResearch university42,7161817[89]NCA, MEAC, ACPE, ABA, ADA, ADA, APA, CAHME, CCNE, CEPH, LCME, NASAD, NASD, NASM, TCATE
University of Michigan–DearbornDearbornPublicMaster's university8,6641959[90]NCA, TCATE
University of Michigan–FlintFlintPublicMaster's university8,2621956[91]NCA, APTA, CCNE, AANA, JRCERT, NASM
University of Phoenix–Metro Detroit CampusDetroitPrivate for-profitMaster's university1,9871976[92]NCA
University of Phoenix–West Michigan CampusGrand RapidsPrivate for-profitBaccalaureate college7811976[92]NCA
Walsh College of Accountancy and BusinessTroyPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution3,2111922[93]NCA
Washtenaw Community CollegeAnn ArborPublicAssociate's college12,9321966[94]NCA, ADA, APTA, JRCERT, NLNAC
Wayne County Community College DistrictDetroitPublicAssociate's college20,4401967[95]NCA, ADA, ADA
Wayne State UniversityDetroitPublicResearch university30,7651868[96]NCA, MEAC, ACPE, ABA, ABFSE, ADA, AOTA, APTA, APA, ASHA, CCNE, AANA, CEPH, JRCERT, LCME, NASD, NASM, NAST
West Shore Community CollegeScottvillePublicAssociate's college1,6031967[97]NCA
Western Michigan UniversityKalamazooPublicResearch university25,0861903[98]NCA, ADA, AOTA, APA, ASHA, CCNE, CELPA, NASAD, NASD, NASM, NAST, TCATE
Western Theological SeminaryHollandPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution2501866[99]ATS
Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater DetroitOak ParkPrivate not-for-profitSpecial-focus institution781985[100]AARTS

Defunct institutions[edit]

List of defunct institutions in Michigan
SchoolLocationControlFoundedClosedRef(s)
American Medical Missionary CollegeBattle CreekPrivate18951910[101]
Detroit Institute of TechnologyDetroitPrivate18911982[101]
Duns Scotus CollegeSouthfieldPrivate19301979[101]
Grand Rapids Theological SeminaryGrand RapidsPrivate1948Merged into Cornerstone University[102]
Grand Traverse CollegeBenzoniaPrivate18911900[101]
Highland Park Community CollegeHighland ParkPublic19181996[101]
Jordan CollegeVariousPrivate19671996[101]
Mackinac CollegeMackinac IslandPrivate19661973[101]
Maryglade CollegeMemphisPrivate19601974[101]
Nazareth CollegeKalamazooPrivate18891992[101]
Saint Mary's CollegeOrchard Lake VillagePrivate19052003
Merged into Madonna University
[101][103]
William Tyndale CollegeFarmington HillsPrivate19452004[101]

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Notes[edit]

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