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Tra­di­tion­al Schools in Michigan

alphabetical / by state

40 Traditional Schools in Michigan

Bounded by four of the five Great Lakes (all but Ontario), Michigan was an central area of dispute between Great Britain and France in the French and Indian War, thanks to its crucial navigational importance. Britain won the region, and after the Revolutionary War, France and Britain’s loss was the United States’ gain, as the Northwest Territory became one of the most productive regions in the US. Michigan’s unique geography - it is the only state broken into two distinct regions by water, and has the longest freshwater coastline in the nation - made it an important location for agriculture, forestry, mining, and fishing during the age when natural resources were the key to the American economy, but that was only Michigan’s beginning. In the late 19th century, Michigan became the heart of America’s industrial manufacturing sector, with Detroit emerging in the 20th century as the home of the Big Three auto manufacturers. From aviation to computer technology, Michigan grew into a crucial link in the American supply chain, until major economic disruptions in the 21st century put the the state on its heels. Today, however, the people of Michigan are using all of their resources to their advantage - not only marshalling their technical and engineering know-how, but leveraging the natural beauty of the state into a major tourism economy. Michigan’s best colleges and universities are a critical driver of the state’s future, from liberal arts colleges educating leaders and teachers, to some of the nation’s most prestigious public research universities creating breakthroughs and revolutionizing whole fields. The University of Michigan and Michigan State University are both regarded as world-class research institutions, having advanced every field from the digital humanities, to nuclear science, to business (pioneering, for instance, supply chain management and hospitality studies, two of Michigan’s main industries). Meanwhile, Michigan is home to regionally acclaimed Christian liberal arts colleges like Calvin College, Hope College, and Adrian College, as well as excellent regional public institutions like Grand Valley State and Northern Michigan State.
Adrian, Michigan

Adrian College

Albion, Michigan
64.7
College Consensus
79.7
Student Consensus
49.7
Publisher Consensus

Albion College

Alma, Michigan

Alma College

Berrien Springs, Michigan

Andrews University

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Aquinas College

Southfield, Michigan

Arizona College-Southfield

Owosso, Michigan

Baker College

Grand Rapids, Michigan
69.8
College Consensus
79
Student Consensus
60.7
Publisher Consensus

Calvin University

Mount Pleasant, Michigan

Central Michigan University

Detroit, Michigan

College for Creative Studies

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Cor­ner­stone University

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Davenport University

Detroit, Michigan
56.9
College Consensus
75.9
Student Consensus
37.9
Publisher Consensus

University of Detroit Mercy

Ypsilanti, Michigan

Eastern Michigan University

Big Rapids, Michigan

Ferris State University

Wyoming, Michigan

Grace Christian University

Allendale, Michigan

Grand Valley State University

Dearborn, Michigan

Henry Ford College

Holland, Michigan
62.5
College Consensus
79.1
Student Consensus
45.8
Publisher Consensus

Hope College

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Kalamazoo College