Michigan Postsecondary Handbook
The Michigan Postsecondary 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. Information for these occupational programs was provided by the Michigan Departments of Education, Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, and Transportation. Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment program information is also provided.
This comprehensive source of important information will assist a variety of professionals working with secondary, postsecondary, adult and continuing education students and their families. It is our hope you find this information useful as you assist students in obtaining their goal of a higher education.
Please direct your questions to Patty Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-373-6051.
PROFILE AND PROGRAMS
Find campus characteristics, admission requirements deadline dates, estimated cost of attendance, and programs offered.
- Public Community Colleges
- Public Four Year Universities
- Private, Not for Profit Colleges and Universities
- Proprietary (trade) Schools
- Special Category Schools
PROGRAM CROSS REFERENCE INDEX
The Cross Reference Index is a listing of college programs and the colleges that offer these programs. This Cross Reference Index is used to find out which colleges offer certain programs.
- Cross Reference Index for College Programs
- CIP Code Master List – Alpha
- CIP Code Master List - Numerical
These postsecondary options include training programs licensed by other state agencies.
- Aeronautics (Flight) Schools
- Barber Schools
- Cosmetology Schools
- Nursing Education Programs
- Truck Driver Education Programs
ADVANCED PLACEMENT AND DUAL ENROLLMENT
The Appendix provides additional information and resources for students and parents.
- College Cost Comparison Chart
Includes 2014-15 estimated costs.
- College Admissions Comparison Chart
Includes test and GPA requirements, degree offerings, application fees, and deadline dates. Please refer to the Profile and Programs section above for more in-depth information for each institution.
To view a map of the state and the locations of the postsecondary institutions within the state, refer to: http://www.msfaa.org/about/regions.php.