Go Hornets! The list of best colleges for your money in Michigan is out and K-College scored well. See what university tops the list and Michigan's top 10.


Post-secondary education is expensive, that's not news. On average, tuition and room and board at a four-year college costs around $21,000 - $48,000 per year. Personal finance website WalletHub  compared higher-education institutions across 33 key measures to find the best in Michigan for your money. The data set is grouped into seven categories, such as Student Selectivity, Cost & Financing and Career Outcomes. The metrics range from student-faculty ratio to graduation rate to post-attendance median salary. Go here for more on the methodology and complete results.

Top 10 Colleges & Universities in Michigan

  1. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (#27 in the nation)
  2. Michigan Technological University (#146 in the nation)
  3. Aquinas College (#201 in the nation)
  4. Kalamazoo College (#228 in the nation)
  5. University of Detroit Mercy (#245 in the nation)
  6. Lake Superior State University (#250 in the nation)
  7. Wayne State University (#260 in the nation)
  8. Ferris State University (#294 in the nation)
  9. Andrews University (#311 in the nation)
  10. Central Michigan University (#316 in the nation)

Top 10 Colleges & Universities In The United States

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  2. Harvard University
  3. Princeton University
  4. Yale University
  5. Stanford University
  6. California Institute of Technology
  7. Duke University
  8. University of Pennsylvania
  9. Northwestern University
  10. University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill


Source: WalletHub


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