Community Colleges in Michigan


Colleges

List of Top Community Colleges in Michigan

1. Alpena Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1952
Website : discover.alpenacc.edu
No. of Students : 2,000
Contact No : (989)356-9021

PROFILE:

Alpena Community College is to be recognized in their local and global communities as the premier resource and first choice for exceptional, affordable, and innovative education. It is to meet lifelong learning needs by providing educational opportunities through effective stewardship of resources.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

ACC offers two-year degrees, one-year certificates, customized corporate training, and community education to all of Northeast Michigan.

ACC grants the following degrees: Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), Associate in Applied Science (AAS), and Associate in General Studies (AGS). Non-degree programs lead to a Certificate of Achievement (C).

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Alpena Community College 665 Johnson St., Alpena, MI 49707-1495

ADMISSIONS:

Alpena Community College grants admission to all persons who have earned a High School Diploma, Certificate of Completion or GED, or who are 18 years of age or older, and who demonstrate the ability to benefit from a particular program of study.

FINANCIAL AID:

Any type of financial assistance that students use to fund higher education. Financial Aid usually comes in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, sponsorships, and/or work study.

2. Bay de Noc Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1962
Website : www.baycollege.edu
No. of Students : 10,000
Contact No : (906)786-5802

PROFILE:

Bay College is a community of higher learning that promotes student and regional success. It is to be a leader in lifelong learning that empowers students and engages communities.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Bay de Noc Community College awards Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), and Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees, certificates and a certificate of achievement.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Bay College Main, 2001 N Lincoln Road, Escanaba, MI 49829

FINANCIAL AID:

Bay de Noc Community College brings quality and affordability in education to area communities. The mission of the Financial Aid Office at Bay College is to provide assistance to students and their families in meeting the financial costs of attaining a higher education degree. This supports the mission of the College to enhance people’s lives by providing educational opportunities to all students. Located in the Student Services Department, The Financial Aid Office is committed to providing the information needed to apply for federal, state, and institutional aid, as well as veterans’ benefits.

3. Bay Mills Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.bmcc.edu
Contact No : (906)248-3354

PROFILE:

BMCC is one of three tribally controlled colleges in the State of Michigan, and the only community college in Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula; it is committed to providing affordable, culturally relevant, accessible, and high quality educational opportunities to all tribal communities in Michigan and their neighbors. It is located on the southeastern shore of Lake Superior, within the Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC) in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. As Michigan’s first fully accredited, tribally controlled college,BMCC meets the educational needs of a wide variety of students, from its remote, rural Main Campus, West Campus, off-campus sites, and online courses. Control is vested in a Board of Regents, which elects the officers of the Board and establishes overall institutional policy. BMCC is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) and is a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC).

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

BMCC grants the following degrees: Associates of Applied Science (AAS), Associate of Arts (AA), and Associate of Science (AS). Non-degree programs lead to a Certificate of Achievement (C) or Diploma (D).

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

12214 W. Lakeshore Dr. Brimley MI 49715

ADMISSIONS:

High School Students are classified as either Am. Indian/High School or Non Native/High School – These students are currently enrolled in High School (not yet graduated) and would like to enroll in BMCC courses. Along with the BMCC online application, students must download the Dual Enrollment Application, obtain appropriate signatures and mail to: Laura LaMothe, Online Coordinator. After graduation the student must submit an official high school transcript in order to receive college credit.

FINANCIAL AID:

Bay Mills Community College offers a variety of federal, state, and local scholarships, grants and work study opportunities. Many students are eligible for financial aid and should apply to find out what financial aid may be available.

4. Delta College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1961
Website : www.delta.edu
No. of Students : 16,500
Contact No : (989)686-9000

PROFILE:

Delta College serves their Great Lakes Bay Region by educating, enriching and empowering their diverse community of learners to achieve their personal, professional and academic goals. It is a diverse learning-centered community based on integrity and respect. From a foundation of leadership, they use innovation and teamwork to achieve excellence.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Academic Career Experience – Certificate of Achievement
Accounting – Advanced Certificate
Accounting – Associate in Business Studies
Alternative Energy – Wind Turbine Technology – Associate in Applied Science
Architectural Technology – Associate in Applied Science
Art + Design – Associate in Fine Arts
Automotive Service Educational Program (GM ASEP) – Associate in Applied Science
Automotive Service Technology – Advanced Certificate & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

1961 Delta Road, University Center MI 48710

ADMISSIONS:

Delta College is an open door college and they accept students who are:

New Delta Student
A new student or first time in any college (FTIAC) is someone who has never attended another college or university and their high school class has graduated.

Dual Enrolled Student
A dual enrolled student is someone who is currently attending high school and will be attending Delta College around their current high school schedule.

Guest Student
A guest student is someone who is currently attending another accredited institution and will be attending Delta at the same time to take classes that will transfer back to their home institution.

FINANCIAL AID:

More than 50 percent of registered students at Delta College receive financial aid disbursements totaling over $36 million annually. A Delta College education is an exceptional value. Even so, paying for college can sometimes be a challenge. The Financial Aid and Student Finance offices work together to provide valuable assistance to help you finance this investment in your future. In addition to their low tuition rates, they offer a wide range of Federal, State and institutional financial aid programs. Also, a convenient, interest-free payment plan is available, allowing students to spread the cost of their tuition and fees over multiple payments.

5. Glen Oaks Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.glenoaks.edu
No. of Students : 1200
Contact No : (269) 467-9945

PROFILE:

Glen Oaks Community College is to provide quality educational programs that meet the life-long learning needs of its students and the communities it serves. A dynamic and relevant curriculum, accompanied by effective support services, enables the college to serve as a catalyst for creating and strengthening linkages among students, community members, businesses, and educational institutions. The college will respond proactively to changing local needs and fulfill its role in the global economy through the effective use of instructional and emerging technologies.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Oaks Community College offers 18 Associate Degree Programs, including a General Transfer Degree, and 19 certificate degree programs

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Glen Oaks Community College, 62249 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

ADMISSIONS:

Glen Oaks Community College is committed to the philosophy that an education is not only a privilege but also a right. Each and every person is entitled to the opportunity to develop his or her greatest potential. As a result the college serves a diverse student body of varying ages, interests, backgrounds, abilities and potential. Getting started is not difficult at GOCC, and they are happy to assist you in the admissions process.

FINANCIAL AID:

Glen Oaks Community College Financial Aid Office provides various options for assisting students with their educational expenses. Options include grants, scholarships, work opportunities, and loans.

6. Gogebic Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www.gogebic.edu
Contact No : (906)932-4231
E-Mail : info@gogebic.edu

PROFILE:

Gogebic Community College, an institution of educational excellence nestled in the heart of the Midwest’s idyllic backdrop, is to ensure adaptable, market-conscious, socially-enriching opportunities for our students and the community. Gogebic students excel as productive global citizens by virtue of a personalized student-first approach featuring innovative educational experiences.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Gogebic Community College offers five degrees, all of which include varying levels of general education core requirements: Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Applied Business, and the Associate of Applied Technology.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Gogebic Community College • E-4946 Jackson Road, Ironwood, MI 49938

FINANCIAL AID:

There will be approximately $24,000 awarded in scholarships to six students who are enrolled in the core courses of the LPN or RN programs for the 2014-2015 academic year. Students must submit the GCC 2014-2015 Scholarship Application along with the Michigan Nursing Scholarship Agreement and Master Promissory Note to apply for these funds.

7. Grand Rapids Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1914
Website : www.grcc.edu
Contact No : (616) 234-4000

PROFILE:

GRCC offers flexible course formats including weekday, weekends, summer Saturdays, on-line/distance learning and 7-week accelerated classes. It inspires students to meet the needs of the community and the world. It is an open access college that prepares individuals to attain their goals and contribute to the community.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Adult & Developmental Education
Applied Technology
Automotive
Biological Sciences
Business
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Dental Auxiliaries
Education and Child Development
English
Job Training
Language and Thought
Manufacturing
Mathematics
Mechanical & Architectural Design & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Grand Rapids Community College, 143 Bostwick Avenue NE, Grand Rapids MI 49503-3295

ADMISSIONS:

GRCC’s various programs, flexible schedules, affordable tuition and student support services enable people of all ages and backgrounds to have access to the higher education necessary to achieve their goals. Nothing is more important to us than student success.

FINANCIAL AID:

Grand Rapids Community College Financial Aid Office can access all of the services of their office , including information on filing for financial aid, scholarships and grants, on-campus employment and many other services.

8. Henry Ford Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1938
Website : www.hfcc.edu
No. of Students : 18,000

PROFILE:

Henry Ford College transforms lives and builds better futures by providing outstanding education. As a student-centered, evidence-based college, our success is measured by the success of our students. We empower learners through the development of independent, critical and creative thinking, and we foster diversity, tolerance, understanding, and acceptance to prepare learners to succeed in a global society. We anticipate and respond to the needs of our stakeholders, exceed their expectations and serve the public good.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Choose from more than 100 programs that can move you directly into the workforce, or choose a university transfer program to earn transfer credits for the second half of your bachelor’s degree.

Accounting
Administrative and Information Management
Advanced Machine Tool Technology / CNC Certificate & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Henry Ford College, 5101 Evergreen Rd., Dearborn, MI 48128

FINANCIAL AID:

Financial Aid adjusts awards, as required, based on a student’s enrollment as of the Census Date. Specifically, this means that Pell Grant payments will be based on the number of credit hours for which a student is enrolled as of the Census Date for that semester.

9. Jackson Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1928
Website : www.jccmi.edu
Contact No : (517)787-0800

PROFILE:

Jackson College is an institution of higher education whose mission is to assist learners in identifying and achieving their educational goals. It is a world-class institution of higher education where learners succeed and community needs are met.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

3D Design and Animation
Accounting
Administrative Assistant
Advanced Manufacturing
Air Conditioning & Heating
Allied Health General Studies
Associate in Applied Science
Associate in Arts so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

2111 Emmons Road, Jackson, MI 49201

ADMISSIONS:

Jackson College is a leader among community colleges not only in the State of Michigan, but also across the country. Expert and caring faculty members, rigorous programs of study, transferability of credits to four year institutions, at an affordable price is what make Jackson College a leader among community colleges.

10. Kalamazoo Valley Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1966
Website : www.kvcc.edu
No. of Students : 13,000
Contact No : (269)488-4400

PROFILE:

Many special services and programs are available on all of the college’s campuses — a thriving Honors Program; comprehensive learning, tutoring and testing centers that offer one-on-one assistance; and the International Studies Program that includes more than 130 courses emphasizing the global aspects of everything from accounting to wellness.
Currently, KVCC has three campuses:

Texas Township
Arcadia Commons
The Groves

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Kalamazoo Valley offers certificate programs in more than 20 areas of study and associate degrees in 25 others. In addition to Associate’s degree and certificate programs in business, health care, human and public service, technical occupations, and industry, the college also provides a quality experience for students preparing to transfer to four-year institutions following graduation.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Kalamazoo Valley, 230 North Rose Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49003

ADMISSIONS:

Kalamazoo Valley Community College believes that inclusivity encompasses, but is not limited to race, color, gender, weight, height, marital status, veteran status, disability, national origin, handicap, gender identification, sexual orientation, age, political affiliation, economic circumstance, physical or mental ability, physical or mental characteristic, or philosophy and does not discriminate on the aforementioned or any other characteristic protected by law.

FINANCIAL AID:

The Financial Aid Office provides numerous options for assisting students with the costs associated with attending KalamazooVALLEY. These options include grants, scholarships, work opportunities, and loans to qualified students. It is important that students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible for the appropriate award year.

11.Kellogg Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1965
Website : www.kellogg.edu
No. of Students : 14,500
Contact No : (269)965-3931

PROFILE:

Kellogg Community College is dedicated to providing accessible, high-quality education to enrich their community and the lives of individual learners. It will be recognized as a premier institution of higher education, having achieved excellence through innovation, quality instruction, a culture of continuous improvement, and learner-centered decision making.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

KCC, which has sites in Battle Creek, Albion, Coldwater, Hastings, and in the Fort Custer Industrial Park, offers approximately 100 pre-professional college/university transfer curricula; 40 occupational associate degree programs in health, business, technical and science fields; 30 certificate programs aimed at job preparation; and related training for apprenticeships.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

450 North Avenue, Battle Creek, MI 49017

ADMISSIONS:

Kellogg Community College will admit any individual who has the motivation, potential, and ability to benefit from the education and training offered, and is one of the following: a high school graduate, 18 years of age or older, has successfully completed the General Education Development (G.E.D.) test, a student desiring to participate in the Early Entry Program.

12. Kirtland Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1966
Website : www.kirtland.edu
Contact No : (989) 275-5000

PROFILE:

Kirtland Community College is a great place to learn what you need to fly into a better job, a new job, a career or an advanced degree. Kirtland is perfect for you if you want to: eventually transfer to a four-year college or university, advance in your workplace, start a new career. To provide innovative educational opportunities to enhance student lives and build stronger communities.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Kirtland offers 63 degrees and certificates and nine transfer associate degrees including the following transfer programs:

Associate in Arts (on campus and online)
Associate in Business Administration (on campus and online)
Associate in Computers
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science
Associate in Criminal Justice – Generalist
Associate in Fine Arts – Studio Arts
Associate in Science

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Kirtland Community College, 10775 N. St. Helen Road, Roscommon, MI 48653

ADMISSIONS:

Kirtland Community College adheres to the “open door” policy of granting admission primarily to all persons above the twelfth grade age level. Admission to Kirtland does not ensure enrollment into all courses or programs. All course prerequisites or additional admissions requirements must also be met. Anyone wishing to take a course at Kirtland must apply for admission. There is no application fee.

FINANCIAL AID:

Kirtland’s Student Financial Services is here to help all our students apply for grants and scholarships. Many college students don’t ask questions about financial aid and lose out on free money. You owe it to yourself (and your wallet) to discover as many payment options as possible. The financial aid process takes time. Be proactive and complete your FAFSA (at FAFSA.gov) every year.

13. Lake Michigan College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 2004
Website : www.lakemichigancollege.edu
No. of Students : 7,000
Contact No : (269) 927-1000

PROFILE:

Lake Michigan College is a 2-year community college offering associate degrees, certificates, and a wide range of continuing education and business and industry training. The philosophy of Lake Michigan College, an institution of higher education, is founded on the belief that education is for all who wish to develop their potential. It is fundamental that a community college assist in meeting the educational, career, cultural, wellness and recreational needs of the community it serves through its courses (credit and non-credit), certificates, degrees, and state-authorized baccalaureate programs.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Accounting
Administrative Office Systems
Agriculture – Landscape Horticulture
Agriculture – Commercial Horticulture Operations
Agriculture – Viticulture
Art
Biology
Business
Business Administration
Casino Management – Four Winds
Chemistry & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Napier Avenue Campus, 2755 E. Napier Ave., Benton Harbor, MI 49022

ADMISSIONS:

Once you complete the general education and degree requirements for graduation, you will be eligible to apply for the appropriate bachelor’s or associate’s degree from Lake Michigan College. If you complete requirements for a certificate program, you will be eligible to apply for a Level 1 Certificate orCertificate of Achievement. You may graduate at the end of the fall or spring semesters, or summer term, with commencement exercises held annually at the close of the spring semester in early May. Participation in commencement does not mean that you have completed all of the requirements for your degree or certificate.

FINANCIAL AID:

Financial aid is designed to supplement, not replace, a family’s resources. All colleges expect student and families to contribute as much as possible toward college costs. Financial aid eligibility is based on need, which is the cost of attending college minus what you and your family are expected to contribute. Nearly half of Lake Michigan College students receive some form of financial aid.

14. Lansing Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1957
Website : www.lcc.edu
Contact No : (517)483-1162

PROFILE:

LCC is one of the most comprehensive colleges focused upon offering learning opportunities in four areas: career and workforce development, general education, developmental education, and personal enrichment. LCC is recognized as a local, state, national, and international leader in forging educational partnerships with business, industry, and government to better meet the needs of an ever changing, world wide market place. LCC is strategically positioned to provide not only what students determined that they will need, but also what their society will need in the future.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Accounting
Alternative Energy Technology
Anthropology
Applied Math and Statistics
Aquatics
Architectural Technology
Art, Design, and Multimedia
Art History
Automotive
Aviation Technology & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Lansing Community College, P.O. Box 40010, Lansing, MI 48901-7210

ADMISSIONS:

LCC is the third-largest community college in Michigan but you’ll be struck by how comfortable and casual they are. You’ll also notice the incredible diversity of our students and faculty. That’s something they celebrate year-in and year-out through festivals, campus life events, and student organizations.

15. Macomb Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1954
Website : www.macomb.edu
Contact No : (586)445-7999
Email : answer@macomb.edu

PROFILE:

Macomb will continue to be a leading edge community college and the community’s preferred choice for lifelong learning, cultural enrichment, and community development opportunities. As a publicly funded and community-based institution of higher education, it provides a comprehensive program of high-quality educational, enrichment, and economic development experiences designed to promote individual growth and social improvement.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Accounting
Advanced Processes
Anthropology
Applied Technology and Apprenticeship
Arabic Language and Culture
Architectural Technology – Civil Construction
Architectural Technology – Commercial Construction
Art & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Macomb Community College, 14500 E. 12 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48088

ADMISSIONS:

The admissions process for certificate and degree programs is coordinated through Macomb’s Office of Admissions & Outreach. You can apply for admission in a matter of minutes. After that, there are just a few steps you need to take to be ready to register for classes by the start of the next semester. There is no admission process for Workforce and Continuing Education courses.

FINANCIAL AID:

Financial aid is any source of funds to help you meet your educational expenses. They participate in a wide variety of programs and encourage you to explore every option.

16. Mid Michigan Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1962
Website : www.midmich.edu
Contact No : (989)386-6622

PROFILE:

The purpose of Mid Michigan Community College is to provide educational and community leadership for the development of human ability. To this end the College provides post-secondary education and services to enable students and the community to achieve success in a global society.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

MMCC offers four types of training and program tracks, and within most of those tracks, students can select from short-term training options, two-year associates degrees, or transfer degrees that integrate seamlessly into the four-year programs at other colleges and universities.

Transfer Programs / Degrees
Health Programs
Occupational Programming
Trade and Technical Programming

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Mid Michigan Community College, MMCC 1375 S. Clare Ave, Harrison, MI 48625

ADMISSIONS:

MMCC isn’t one size fits all, but it is a place where students of every stripe can gain something valuable. Not just because their classes transfer to public and private universities across the country. Not just because you’ll be teamed up with an academic advisor who will work with you on defining and mapping your experience across your time at MMCC. Not just because you’ll be appreciated as an individual who can meaningfully contribute to your learning and that of your peers.

FINANCIAL AID:

The MMCC financial aid office encourages all students to apply for federal financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Approximately 71% of all MMCC students carrying 6 credits or more receive some form of financial assistance. Financial aid programs offer all students the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. MMCC along with federal and state programs and private and civic organizations, offers a variety of scholarships, grants, loans, and employment opportunities to assist students in financing their education.

17. Monroe County Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1964
Website : www.monroeccc.edu
No. of Students : 3,482
Contact No : (734) 242-7300

PROFILE:

Monroe County Community College provides a variety of higher education opportunities to enrich the lives of the residents of Monroe County. It aspires to be their community’s rst choice for higher learning.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Applied Science and Engineering Technology
Business
Health Sciences
Humanities/Social Sciences
Science/Mathematics

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Monroe County Community College, 1555 S. Raisinville Rd., Monroe, MI 48161

ADMISSIONS:

MCCC admits students with a variety of backgrounds to its diverse instructional programs. The purpose of counseling is to help students become better decision makers, formulate realistic educational and vocational goals and develop more effective personal skills. The college supports a counseling program that is comprehensive in its service and is staffed by professional counselors. These services are available to all students whether enrolled on a full-time or part-time basis. Students are not assigned to a specific college counselor.

FINANCIAL AID:

MCCC, in conjunction with the federal and state governments and private and civic organizations, offers a variety of scholarship, grant, loan, and employment opportunities to assist students in financing their education.

18. Montcalm Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1965
Website : www.montcalm.edu
Contact No : (989)328-2111

PROFILE:

Montcalm Community College is a leader in creating a learning community, contributing to shared economic, cultural and social prosperity for all their citizens. It is west-central Michigan’s preeminent provider of and preferred choice for education, training and life-long learning opportunities.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Montcalm Community College offers associate of arts, science, liberal studies, general studies and applied science degrees. Associate degrees require a minimum of 60 credits, and all program course requirements must be met.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Montcalm Community College, 2800 College Drive, Sidney, MI 48885

ADMISSIONS:

MCC is an “open door” institution, providing educational opportunities for all who seek them. Anyone who is 18 years of age or older or whose high school class has graduated, is eligible to attend MCC as a degree-seeking student. Anyone younger than age 18 may attend as a non-degree seeking student. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to academic programs with specific entry requirements.

FINANCIAL AID:

Montcalm Community College has established a financial aid program of grants, loans, scholarships and work study opportunities in an effort to assist students with their expenses. Students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) used by the Financial Aid Office to determine eligibility for most aid sources. The amount awarded through each program depends greatly upon an analysis of the applicant’s financial situation.

19. Mott Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1923
Website : www.mcc.edu
No. of Students : 12,000
Contact No : (810)762-0200

PROFILE:

Mott Community College is to provide high quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services that cultivate student success and individual development and improve the overall quality of life in a multicultural community.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

MCC offers over 100 different Programs and hundreds of specific classes.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 1401 East Court St., Flint, MI 48503

ADMISSIONS:

The Admissions Office is ready to assist you with applying to Mott Community College and getting started in your classes. Students come to MCC with different educational backgrounds and goals. The Admissions Office can help you get started on the best path for you.

20. Muskegon Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1926
Website : www.muskegoncc.edu
Contact No : (231)773-9131

PROFILE:

MCC is the fourth oldest community college in the state of Michigan. MCC and the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) launched the Early College of Muskegon County in 2012 offering select high school students an intense five-year program leading to both a high school diploma and an associate’s degree. The concept was expanded and MCC offered Early College of Newaygo County, North Ottawa County Early College and South Ottawa Early College.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

MCC offers 54 associate degree programs and 42 certificate programs.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

221 S. Quarterline Rd, Muskegon, MI 49442

ADMISSIONS:

MCC comes together with their community business partners to discuss immediate and future employment needs. High demand jobs require specialized training today and this event brings it all together in one place. Community employment needs, training, and possible funding are addressed at this event. Break-out sessions allow attendees to ask specific questions in regards to what all is involved in meeting the employment requirements of Muskegon County Hot Jobs.

21. North Central Michigan College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1960
Website : www.ncmich.edu
No. of Students : 2,581
Contact No : (888)298-6605

PROFILE:

North Central Michigan College launched the new Mobile Digital Fabrication Lab – the Fab Lab. The only one of its kind in Northern Michigan, the Fab Lab provides innovative training for high school and college students and supports workforce development in their region.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

300 Associate of Arts (Transfer )
400 Associate of Science (Transfer)
600 Associate of General Studies

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

North Central Michigan College, 1515 Howard Street, Petoskey, MI 49770

FINANCIAL AID:

A college education is one of the most important investments a person can make for his or her professional success. North Central Michigan College is committed to providing qualified students with financial aid programs to assist them in achieving their educational goals.

22. Northwestern Michigan College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1951
Website : www.nmc.edu
No. of Students : 50,000
Contact No : (800)748-0566

PROFILE:

Northwestern Michigan College is a publicly funded community college that serves people, organizations and businesses. It provides lifelong learning opportunities to their communities.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

NMC offers transfer courses, two-year associate degrees and professional certificates, with access to BA and advanced degrees through theirr University Center. They also offer online learning options. It offers associate degrees and professional certificates, and bachelor’s degrees through the Great Lakes Maritime Academy. Eight partner universities grant baccalaureate, graduate and doctoral degrees through our University Center.

Accounting
Administrative Support Specialist
Anthropology
Arts / Fine Arts
Astronomy & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

1701 E. Front St., Traverse City, MI 49686

FINANCIAL AID:

NMC’s financial aid programs are designed to help students pay their educational expenses. Financial aid is meant to supplement, not replace, the payment responsibilities of students and families. To maximize aid eligibility and opportunities, it is highly recommended that all students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

23. Oakland Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1964
Website : www.oaklandcc.edu
No. of Students : 81,969
Contact No : (248)341-2000

PROFILE:

Oakland Community College largest community college in the state of Michigan.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Oakland Community College, 2480 Opdyke Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

ADMISSIONS:

Oakland Community College has an “open door” admissions policy. This means that the college doesn’t require a minimum grade point, SAT or ACT test score.

FINANCIAL AID:

The college is supported by both the state and county so the tuition is low. Typically one quarter to one half the cost of similar public or private higher educational institutions. Tuition is based on the number of credit hours taken times the cost per credit hour. Tuition is different for in county residents, state residents and out of state residents. In addition to tuition and fees each student is expected to purchase their textbooks and supplies.

24. Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1998
Website : www.sagchip.edu
Contact No : (989)775-4123
E-MAIL : sctcinfo@sagchip.edu

PROFILE:

Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College is committed to maintaining a nurturing environment which inspires all people to attain a higher level of personal and academic success. It is a public Community College that provides educational opportunities reflecting Anishinaabe values.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Currently, three degrees are offered: 1) Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, 2) Associate of Arts in Native American Studies, and 3) Associate of Arts in Business. Each of these degree programs is intended for transfer to baccalaureate degree programs at local colleges and universities. Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College is chartered as a non-profit, public corporation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College, 2274 Enterprise Drive, Mount Pleasant, MI 48858

ADMISSIONS:

Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College is committed to an “Open Door” admission policy for all of its programs ad does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, or age. Further, SCTC will not deny access to an otherwise qualified student on the basis of that applicant’s mental or physical disability. All students seeking admission must complete an admissions questionnaire form (available in the SCTC administration office) and submit related admissions documents. These materials will be placed in student admission files and will not be returned.

FINANCIAL AID:

Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College offers financial aid from both federal and private sources, as well as facilitates students seeking aid of other sources.

25. Saint Clair County Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1923
Website : www.sc4.edu
No. of Students : 4,438
Contact No : (810) 984-3881

PROFILE:

SC4’s is to maximize student success. It is to create an academic and cultural environment that empowers students to succeed.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Accounting
Associate Degree Nursin
Associate in Arts
Associate in General Education & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

ST. CLAIR COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 323 Erie St., P.O. Box 5015, Port Huron, MI 48061-5015

26. Southwestern Michigan College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1964
Website : www.swmich.edu
Contact No : (800)456-8675

PROFILE:

Southwestern Michigan College is to serve their community by providing affordable local access to high quality postsecondary career preparation and college education – including the total college life experience. It has continually expanded its curriculum and now offers more than 30 Associate degrees. Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Southwestern Michigan College is also a member of the American Association of Community Colleges.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

  • Associate in Applied Science degrees are designed for you to get a two-year degree and then begin working.
  • Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees are basically the first two-years of a bachelor’s degree. They allow you to complete all your general education requirements before transferring to another school.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Dowagiac campus, 58900 Cherry Grove Road, Dowagiac, MI 49047

FINANCIAL AID:

Southwestern Michigan College has one of the lowest tuition rates in the region, they know that many students will need further financial assistance to make their educational dreams come true. All students should apply for financial aid. Although federal financial aid is primarily need-based, those students not expecting to meet the need-based criteria should still complete the FAFSA since it is required for loan applications and scholarships.

27. Washtenaw Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Website : www4.wccnet.edu
No. of Students : 20,000
Contact No : (734)973-3300

PROFILE:

Washtenaw Community College college strives to make a positive difference in people’s lives through accessible and excellent educational programs and services. They provide a caring, open-door teaching and learning environment. They provide excellent teaching, counseling, and support services. They reach out to people who have limited income or other barriers to success. They enable people to progress in their academic and career pursuits. They work in partnership with the communities they serve.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Excellent academics, strong occupational training, small class sizes, and dedicated instructors combine to give WCC students a high-quality education at an exceptional value. They have more than 100 programs and offer about 1,500 credit and non-credit classes each year, providing a wealth of educational opportunities whether you’re pursuing a degree, updating your job skills, or just want to take a class for fun.

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

Washtenaw Community College, 4800 E. Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48105-4800

28. Wayne County Community College District

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1967
Website : www.wcccd.edu
Contact No : (313)496-2600

PROFILE:

WCCCD’s is to empower individuals, businesses and communities to achieve their goals through excellent accessible services, culturally diverse experiences and globally competitive higher education and career advancement programs. It will be recognized as an institution that has achieved national and international recognition for enduring excellence as a comprehensive multi-campus community college district. WCCCD will focus on continuous self-evaluation and improvement; preparation of a highly skilled workforce in support of the Wayne County economy; student academic and career success, and leadership in strengthening the open door philosophy of educational opportunity.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Accounting AAS/CERT
Addiction Studies CERT
Alternative Fuels Technology CERT
American Sign Language CERT
Associate General Studies
Associate of Arts
Associate of Science
Auto Body Technology
Automotive Service Technology(NATEF) Certified AAS/CERT
Aviation Mechanics: Airframe/Powerplant AAS/CERT
Bio-Medical Equipment Repair Technology AAS
Bookkeeping CERT
Business Administration AA/AAS
Computer Information Systems AAS/CERT
CIS: Business Analytics & so on

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

The College’s five campuses are located in industrial, rural and metropolitan areas where a major share of Michigan’s technical and skilled occupations is located. Because of the diversity of its service areas, WCCCD places a strong emphasis on occupational and career programs, and traditional college and university transfer programs, including those within the liberal arts discipline.
Wayne County Community College District | 801 W. Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48226

29. West Shore Community College

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DETAILS:

Established : 1967
Website : www.westshore.edu
Contact No : (231)845-6211
E-MAIL : contactus@westshore.edu

PROFILE:

West Shore Community College’s “home base” is 360 scenic acres of rolling timberland, located near Ludington, Manistee, and Scottville at the intersection of North Stiles and Sugar Grove Roads in Mason County, Michigan. The College offers a comprehensive general education curricula designed to meet the needs of students interested in occupational programs leading to immediate employment and students wishing to transfer to a senior institution. The College offers Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences Degrees, One-and Two-Year Certificates, and many custom-designed Associate of Arts and Associate of Sciences Degree Programs to meet transfer students’ needs.

COURSES/PROGRAMS OFFERED:

Liberal Arts and Science Degrees
Applied Arts and Sciences Degrees
One Year Certificates
Two Year Certificates

COLLEGE CAMPUS:

3000 N. Stiles Road, Scottville, MI 49454

ADMISSIONS:

At West Shore Community College, a place where students come first! For the best course selection.