Genesee County Colleges and Universities

Flint and the surrounding areas is the home of more then 25,000 college students enrolled in the three main colleges in Genesee County.

University of Michigan-Flint is an extension of the University of Michigan with more then 100 bachelors degrees and more than 27 graduate degree programs.

Kettering University offers undergraduate degrees in 13 engineering majors and 12 majors in graduate degrees.

Baker College is a private college with a total of 15 campuses throughout Michigan with more than 140 programs.

Mott College offers certificate and associate degrees in more than 100 career and academic programs.

Lapeer Colleges and Universities

Colleges and Universities

Mott Community College  "The mission of Mott Community College is to provide high quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services that cultivate student success and individual development and improve the overall quality of life in a multicultural community"
Mott Community College has offered classes in Lapeer since 1989 and the current facility has been open since 1993.  The MCC-Lapeer site now offers classes four semesters each year and issues more than 5,000 grades annually. 
Lapeer area students can complete many basic educational requirements close to home. 
Michigan State University Extension  MSUE provides knowledge-based educational programs to the state's citizens to improve their lives and communities.  County-based staff members, in concert with on-campus faculty members, serve every county with programming focused on agriculture and natural resources; children, youth and families; and community and economic development.
Solutions to today's complex challenges require a broad range of expertise and the collaborating of many partners.  In collaboration with the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station and other MSU units, MSU Extension extends the university's knowledge resources to all Michigan residents.
Colleges and Universities around Lapeer County

Area Colleges and Universities

Colleges and Universities

Flint is the county's largest city, and several smaller communities in the Flint metro area.  The area is home to more college students than Princeton, New Jersey and New Haven, Connecticut combined, with more than 25,000 students enrolled in Genesee County's  four main colleges.

University of Michigan-Flint.  The university offers more than 100 bachelor's degrees and 27 graduate degree programs in liberal arts and sciences, elementary and secondary education, health care, business and customized programs.

Kettering University.  Kettering University offers undergraduate degrees in 13 engineering majors, and graduate degrees in 12 majors, with various minors, dual degrees and specializations available.  Kettering is unique in that all students complete paid co-ops throughout their college careers.  Kettering has been named as one of the nation's top cooperative education colleges by U.S. News and World Report.

Mott Community College.  Mott Community College offers certificates and associates degrees in more than 100 career and academic programs designed to meet local economic needs.  Many courses are offered in the evenings, on weekends or online.

Baker College of Flint.  Baker College is a private college with 15 campuses throughout Michigan, with its flagship campus located in Flint.  Baker offers more than 140 programs leading to certificates, associates, bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees in high-demand career fields including business, office administration, health, education, computers, human service, culinary and engineering/technology.  Baker enrolls more than 43,000 students throughout the state.

Genesee County Colleges and Universities

Livingston Colleges and Universities

Colleges and Universities
Livingston County is located in southeast Michigan.  It borders Clinton, Shiawassee, Genesee, Oakland, Wayne, Washtenaw, Eaton and Ingham Counties.  Livingston County is home to the main campus of only one university or college, but has satellite or extension campuses of several others.
Cleary University-Livingston Campus
Cleary University is an independent, nonprofit, specialized business university.  Its main campus is in Howell, Michigan.  Undergraduates may earn associate degrees in information technology, accounting, business enterprise, e-marketing, and event and meeting management.
Ferris State University-Howell
Ferris State University's main campus is in Big Rapids, Michigan.  It's Livingston County campus in Howell offers only one degree program, a master of science in criminal justice.
Michigan State University-Livingston County Extension
Michigan State University's main campus is in East Lansing, Michigan.  Its Livingston County Extension in Howell offers educational programs and resources in agriculture, community economic development, dairy, family and consumer science, 4-H, home economics, horticulture, land use, natural resources and youth development.
Mott Community College-Livingston Center
Mott Community College's main campus is in Flint, Michigan.  Its Livingston Center in Howell offers certificate programs and career enhancement short courses in construction, information technology, management and manufacturing.
Washtenaw Community College-Livingston County Extension
Washtenaw Community College's main campus is in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  It has Livingston County extension sites in Brighton and Howell.  The Brighton center, inside Brighton High School, offers credit courses in art, communication, economics, English, history, humanities. mathematics, political science, psychology and sociology.  The Hartland center in Howell offers credit  courses in academic skills, art, computer information systems, communication, culinary arts, English, health science, mathematics, psychology and sociology.
Colleges and Universities around Livingston County