Detroit Colleges and Universities

As Michigan's most populous city, Detroit strives to be a world-class city in terms of culture, entertainment, and the arts. Detroit was named "Best Sports City" by Sporting News in 2007, and is one of the few in the country to have sports teams representing all four major American sports. Detroit's casinos and cultural centers provide more relaxation options for students of Detroit colleges and universities.

As with any city its size, the educational options among Detroit colleges and universities give students a wide range of academic and professional options. Wayne State is a popular choice, with a student enrollment of around 33,000, and more than 350 relevant degree programs. Other Detroit colleges and universities include small liberal arts schools, sectarian and secular private schools, and specialized vocational and career training schools.

Detroit Age Demographics



Cultural Diversity in Detroit



Large Schools

Wayne County Community College District
Wayne State University

Small Schools

College for Creative Studies
University of Detroit Mercy
Michigan Barber School Inc
Sacred Heart Major Seminary
Ecumenical Theological Seminary
P&A Scholars Beauty School
Focus-Hope Information Technologies Center
Marygrove College
Everest Institute-Detroit
Dorsey Business Schools-Dearborn