Twitter

Resources

Access to College Through Collaboration Agreements

Pie chart showing enrollment of transfer students

Currently, 8,024 students are enrolled in programs at Michigan’s independent, non-profit colleges and universities because of collaboration agreements between higher education institutions in Michigan. This represents 11 percent of all undergraduate enrollment at Michigan’s independent, non-profit higher education institutions. For more detail on transfer students see the full report

Collaboration Across Higher Education Institutions in Michigan

Report cover page

MICU collaborated with the Michigan Community College Association (MCCA) and the Michigan Association of State Universities (MASU) to collect data on collaboration agreements among higher education institutions across Michigan. The data collected focuses on students either completing or enrolled in collaboration programs resulting in a bachelor’s degree between Fall 2015 and Summer 2016. Never before has this data been collected and the results are compelling.

Enhancing Talent Through Collaboration

Pie chart showing 25.6% of degrees awarded are through collaboration

Collaboration agreements are responsible for more than 3,229 (>25.6%) of baccalaureate degrees awarded by Michigan's private, non-profit, colleges & universities. Michigan's private, non-profit colleges & universities award more than 12,000 baccalaureate degrees annually. During FY 2016, at least 3,229 of the baccalaureate degrees awarded by Michigan's private, non-profit colleges & universities were awarded to students enrolled through collaboration programs.

Michigan Student Scholarships & Grants Annual Report FY 2016

FY16 annual report from Student Scholarships and Grants. During FY 16, the State of Michigan administered over $108 million in aid funds to 70,670 Michigan students for postsecondary education.

Greater Impact, Higher Purpose: MICU Member Economic Footprint Report

Economic Footprint Report Michigan Independent Non-Profit Colleges and Universities
For more than 150 years, Michigan’s independent colleges and universities have offered highly distinguished, effective opportunities for postsecondary learning. Our 25 not-for-profit institutions—with more than 80 campuses and satellite locations serving 104,000 students across Michigan—are nationally known and respected for their distinctive academic, cultural, and economic contributions.

Protecting Campus Populations

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) works to minimize and prevent the occurrence of vaccine-preventable diseases within our state. This is made possible through collaboration with partners like you. Monitoring the effectiveness of vaccine strategies is key to protecting our campus populations in Michigan.

The MDHHS Chief Medical Executive has drafted a letter to inform you of timely vaccine-preventable disease information in Michigan, practice recommendations, and materials to support the efforts at your institution.

Fostering Futures Scholarship Application Now Available

Fostering Futures Scholarship Application and Information

The 2016-17 Fostering Futures Scholarship (FFS) application is now available!

This program provides scholarship funds to students who have experienced foster care

To be eligible students must: 

U-CAN

The University & College Accountability Network (U-CAN) is designed to offer prospective students and their families concise, Web-based consumer-friendly information about the nation's private, nonprofit colleges and universities in a common format.  It was developed and is maintained by the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU).

Visit http://www.ucan-network.org for more information.

Pages

Subscribe to Resources