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So you're from Muskegon, MI?

Fortunately for you, Muskegon, MI offers a number of great schools to choose from. It's just a matter of finding the right program and study subject for you!


 

Muskegon College and University Demographics

There are 103 degree and certificate programs in disciplines such as criminal justice/police science, web page, digital/multimedia and information resources design and small business administration/management offered at Muskegon's 4 colleges and universities for you to choose from.

The top-ranked school in Muskegon is Ross Medical Education Center-Roosevelt Park, with a nationwide rank of 68th in 2010. The school has approximately 94 students. Approximately 78% of students studying at Ross Medical Education Center-Roosevelt Park choose to study Allied Health, making it the most popular course of study at the school.

Tuition

Average tuition for students at Muskegon colleges and universities is $2,520 per year. In Muskegon, tuition rates can vary from $7,380 per year to $2,700 per year. The school charging the highest tuition rates is Baker College of Muskegon, while the school with the lowest tuition rates is Muskegon Community College.

Financial Aid

An estimated $11,009,073 in financial aid was received by students at Muskegon colleges in 2008. Institutional grants and scholarships represented $10,797,258 of this aid. The school giving the most institutional grants and scholarships in Muskegon was Muskegon Community College, which gave students $5,653,776 in institutional financial aid.

Muskegon Student Demographics

In 2010, there were 11,438 students enrolled in colleges and universities in the city of Muskegon. This is 2% of the total number of students enrolled in colleges throughout the state of Michigan. The school with the highest number of student enrolled in Muskegon was Baker College of Muskegon, with 6,132 students. Nuvo College of Cosmetology, with only 68 students, had the lowest total enrollment in Muskegon.

Graduation and Retention Rates

The retention rate for Muskegon colleges and universities, which is the percent of students who return to college after their first year, is about 66%. For every 100 students who enroll in Muskegon schools, 60 eventually graduate. The Muskegon college with the highest graduation rate is Ross Medical Education Center-Roosevelt Park, which has a graduation rate of 79%. The Muskegon college with the lowest graduation rate is Muskegon Community College, which has a graduation rate of 13%.

Diversity

Of the 11,438 students attending Muskegon schools, 63% are female. 58% of Muskegon college students are older than 24 years. For every 100 Muskegon college students, 22 students identified themselves as being from a racial or ethnic minority background in 2009. The Muskegon school with the highest percentage of minority students was Nuvo College of Cosmetology, with 29% of students identifying themselves as being from a racial or ethnic minority background.

Muskegon Faculty Demographics

The total number of faculty employed by Muskegon colleges and universities was 1,575. Of these faculty members, 41% were female. 39% identified themselves as belonging to a racial or ethnic minority.

Muskegon schools had an average faculty to student ratio of 1 to 9 in 2009. Irene's Myomassology Institute had faculty to student ratio of 1 to 1, which was the highest for all schools in Muskegon.

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Rank Occupation Num of Jobs Avg Salary Avg Salary (Nat'l) Job Growth (Past 5 Yrs)
1
Retail Salespersons 3,340 $23,740 $25,000 22.8%
2
Registered Nurses 1,780 $59,080 $67,720
3
Office Clerks, General 1,340 $28,800 $28,240 -34.0%
4
Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 1,200 $26,220 $25,140 11.1%
5
First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers 860 $38,480 $39,890 11.7%
6
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 760 $31,410 $32,000 38.2%
7
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 680 $57,170 $54,330 58.1%
8
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 610 $32,570 $35,340 -14.1%
9
Cooks, Fast Food 550 $18,390 $18,540 48.6%
10
Home Health Aides 480 $19,870 $21,760 -36.8%
11
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 440 $41,770 $41,360 -2.2%
12
Cooks, Restaurant 440 $19,570 $23,260 109.5%
13
General and Operations Managers 370 $107,090 $113,100 -41.3%
14
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education 360 $57,470 $54,880 0.0%
15
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 360 $30,030 $38,200 -7.7%
16
First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers 360 $46,020 $50,770 0.0%
17
Medical Assistants 340 $28,310 $29,760 -19.0%
18
Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria 270 $25,520 $24,180 68.8%
19
Accountants and Auditors 260 $70,750 $68,960 -21.2%
20
Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants 260 $36,820 $45,860 -27.8%
21
Electricians 210 $49,400 $51,810
22
Pharmacy Technicians 210 $27,310 $29,330 0.0%
23
Construction Laborers 190 $32,990 $33,590 11.8%
24
Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers 180 $50,210 $55,620 -21.7%
25
Dental Assistants 180 $31,980 $34,140
26
Medical and Health Services Managers 170 $78,090 $93,670 142.9%
27
Carpenters 170 $38,310 $43,890 -71.7%
28
Social and Human Service Assistants 160 $23,300 $30,100 14.3%
29
Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products 150 $47,950 $60,160 0.0%
30
Mechanical Engineers 140 $64,670 $82,480 -22.2%
31
Chief Executives 140 $138,810 $173,350 -36.4%
32
Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School 140 $88,260 $89,990 40.0%
33
Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 140 $27,940 $29,200
34
Security Guards 140 $26,060 $26,870 -44.0%
35
Billing and Posting Clerks 140 $33,760 $33,270 -26.3%
36
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers 140 $71,190 $62,260 -30.0%
37
Physicians and Surgeons, All Other 130 $206,450 $180,870
38
Lawyers 130 $97,950 $129,440 -23.5%
39
Bakers 120 $20,440 $25,350 71.4%
40
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 120 $28,630 $33,300
41
Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors 110 $54,050 $55,970 22.2%
42
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 100 $43,550 $50,360
43
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians 100 $34,180 $38,190
44
Dental Hygienists 100 $59,810 $68,680
45
Managers, All Other 100 $72,380 $102,160 42.9%
46
Industrial Production Managers 100 $77,530 $95,660 -23.1%
47
Financial Managers 100 $93,230 $116,970 11.1%
48
Physical Therapists 90 $74,710 $77,990
49
Occupational Therapists 90 $63,080 $73,380 200.0%
50
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 90 $31,410 $35,010 -25.0%