With collaborative efforts from the Michigan Department of Licensing
and Regulatory Affairs, Education, State, and Transportation, this handbook
contains a variety of critical information about obtaining a postsecondary
education. The handbook contains current information on admission requirements,
campus characteristics, program offerings, and application procedures
for each college and university in Michigan, as well as information
pertaining to the various private occupational schools that are licensed
or approved by Michigan agencies. It is a comprehensive, but concise
source of important information that may assist a variety of professionals
working with individuals seeking a postsecondary education.
The Michigan Postsecondary Handbook is not available in hard copy format.
However, if you would like to print the 2012-13 edition, a PDF version
is listed below in its entirety. For those who have the original chapter
dividers, the handbook is also available by chapter, which is formatted
to print on a duplex printer with some pages intentionally left blank
for printing two-sided.
Refer to the dropdown box below for a quick view of the handbook.
Handbook by Chapter
(formatted for duplex printer)
For questions regarding the Michigan Postsecondary Handbook, please contact Patty Hill,
Michigan Department of Treasury, Student Scholarships and Grants, High School Services, at 517-373-6051 or
that displays demographic, admission, and cost information for each postsecondary institution by sector (2011-2012 data).
View the list of
for each postsecondary institution in alphabetic order includes name of institution, institution school code,
city location, Admissions phone number, and the Admissions Web link.