Central Michigan University came into existance in 1892 as a school of teaching and business at Mount pleasent and was originally founded as a school of teaching and business education. Central Michigan university is now considered Michigan's fourth largest institute and amongst the 100 largest public universities in US.
Central Michigan University is committed to develop a community, committed to spread the knowledge and support the wisdom, discovery and creativity. University provides studentudent oriented education and focuses on personal and intellectual growth of students to prepare them for better and productive career opportunities, and help them in living a better life and become responsible citizens in the global society.
College of Business Administration
College of Communication and Fine Arts
College of Education and Human Services
College of Graduate Studies
College of Health Professions
College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences
College of Medicine
College of Science and Technology
Central Michigan University came into existence on september 13th, 1892, as a teaching college and business institute.
University has over 28,389 students enrolled to its name with 21,290 enrolled on Mount Pleasent campus and 7,099 enrolled through 60 locations in North America. It holds more than 50 campuses along with online campuses, which are located in Mexico and Canada.
University offers more than 200 academic programs at undergraduate and graduate level. The institute has over 1017 faculty and 1441 staff members, 92 percent of the employees are full time.
The Moto of the University is to spread the attributes of Wisdom, Virtue and Friendship.
The University offers over 200 academic programs at graduate and undergraduate level with different units and colleges including College of Communication and Fine Arts, College of Education and human Services, College of Graduate Studies, College of human Services and Behavioral Sciences, College of Medicine, College of Science and Technology, and Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions.
The ratio of student to faculty is 21:1
The tution fee for the undergraduate students falls up to $17,780. The institute offers the financial aids of about $260 million under financial aid grants, scholarships, loans and work and study opportunities, which have been awarded to 80% of the employees.
The students are provided a mixture of 22 residence halls with veriety of living accomodations. certain residencies are designated as residential colleges for certain acedamic departments providing the opportunities to the students to study collaboratively with other students from similar programs.