Largest Graduate Schools in Michigan

In Michigan, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor has the most enrolled graduate students of 16,398 students. Michigan State University and Wayne State University have the large number of graduate students followed by University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Next table shows the top 10 largest graduate schools by graduate enrollment with tuition and number of offered programs in Michigan. We exclude the online completely schools that all programs are offered only online and all students have enrolled online exclusively.
Largest Graduate Schools in Michigan (2019-2020)
School NameGraduate Student PopulationTuition & FeesNumber of Programs
TotalStudents Enroll Only exclusivelyMenWomenIn-StateOut-of-StateTotalOnline Programs
1University of Michigan-Ann ArborPublic, 4 yearsAnn Arbor 16,398241
(1.47%)
8,3808,018 $24,218$48,532 3519
2Michigan State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsEast Lansing 10,9281,878
(17.19%)
4,7996,129 $18,858$37,056 25017
3Wayne State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsDetroit 9,4511,457
(15.42%)
4,0155,436 $18,226$37,215 27324
4Central Michigan UniversityPublic, 4 yearsMount Pleasant 5,2352,715
(51.86%)
2,1143,121 $13,804$17,150 10941
5Western Michigan UniversityPublic, 4 yearsKalamazoo 4,802552
(11.50%)
1,9152,887 $17,283$31,355 15914
6Oakland UniversityPublic, 4 yearsRochester Hills 3,510299
(8.52%)
1,5441,966 $18,546$24,648 1425
7Eastern Michigan UniversityPublic, 4 yearsYpsilanti 3,101624
(20.12%)
1,0442,057 $19,012$33,700 20311
8Grand Valley State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsAllendale 2,997215
(7.17%)
8792,118 $16,053$17,208 482
9University of Michigan-DearbornPublic, 4 yearsDearborn 2,283881
(38.59%)
1,501782 $13,570$23,550 5925
10University of Detroit MercyPrivate, 4 yearsDetroit 2,23193
(4.17%)
9991,232 $29,268 6910
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