Fast Facts

 


Total:

28 public community colleges

 

Enrollment

Total: 365,232
Activities Classification Structure

 

 


Degrees and Certificates Awarded

Certificates: 7,852
Associates Degrees: 21,480
Bachelors Degrees: 49
MI School Data

 

 
 

Student Demographics

Average age: 25.7

  • Less than 18 years old: 8.11%
  • 18-24 years old: 56.17%
  • 25-34 years old: 19.73%
  • 35-49 years old: 11.63%
  • Over 50 years old: 4.14%
Women: 56.16%
Men: 43.84%
 

White/Non-Hispanic: 64.55%
Minorities: 27.91%

  • Black: 17.05%
  • Hispanic: 4.11%
  • Asian American: 2.19%
  • Native American/Alaskan: 0.73%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders: 0.12%
  • Non-U.S. citizens: 1.36%

Demographic Enrollment Profile

 

 

National Data

First generation to attend college: 36%
Single parent: 17%
Non-U.S. citizens: 7%
Veterans: 4%
Students with disabilities: 12%

Full-time students: 37%
Part-time students: 63%

AACC 2018 Fact Sheet

 

 

Financial Aid

Percent receiving any aid: 58%
Percent receiving federal grants: 34%
Percent receiving state aid: 23%
Percent receiving federal loans: 13%
Percent receiving institutional aid: 7%

AACC 2018 Fact Sheet

 

 

Tuition and Fees

Average in-district cost per credit hour: $110.03
Average out-of-district cost per credit hour: $183.15

Activities Classification Structure

 

 

Revenue Sources

State funds: 20.0%
Local property tax: 35.1%
Tuition and fees: 43.2%
Other: 1.7%

Activities Classification Structure

 

 

On-Campus Housing

Available at many of the 28 community colleges.

 

 

On-Colleges Offering Sports (Competitive Athletics)

18 colleges are members of the National Junior College Athletic Association