College Students

    Higher Education    

Area students can choose between large state schools, small private colleges, and trade schools.

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CENTRAL

MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

With more than 28,000 students, Central Michigan University is one of the largest schools in the state. CMU features eight large academic divisions which includes the region’s largest medical school. 

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SAGINAW

VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

Easily accessed from Saginaw, Bay City, and Midland, Saginaw Valley State is a public university with fields of study ranging from engineering to art to education. 

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NORTHWOOD

UNIVERSITY

Nestled within its wooded Midland campus, Northwood offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in business-related fields such as automotive marketing & management, economics, accounting, and entrepreneurship.

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DAVENPORT

UNIVERSITY

A private university with 11 campuses throughout Michigan, Davenport is known for its emphasis on business, health, and technology education. 

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ALMA COLLEGE

 

Alma is a liberal arts college with more than 130 years of history in the small town of Alma, Michigan. 

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DELTA COLLEGE

 

One of the ten largest community colleges in the State, Delta offers a wide range of degree and certificate programs. More than 63% of their graduates reside in the Great Lakes Bay Region. 

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MICHIGAN STATE 

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR VALUE CHAIN CREATION

In addition to interdisciplinary research, the Midland-based Institute offers graduate studies and non-degree programs from Michigan State’s top-ranked supply chain management program. 

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MID MICHIGAN

COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Serving more than 4,000 students from campuses in Mt. Pleasant and Harrison, Mid Michigan is best known for its programs on health science and technical trades such as welding, CAD, automotive technology, and plastics engineering. 

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