Largest Michigan Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • The average community college in Michigan has approximately 5,962 students.
  • The community colleges with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest community college in Michigan (by enrollment) is Oakland Community College with 24,031 students.

Largest Michigan Community Colleges (By Enrollment)

  • College # Students Location
  • 24,031
    2480 Opdyke Rd
    Bloomfield Hills MI  48304
    (248)341-2000
  • 22,914
    14500 E Twelve Mile Rd
    Warren MI  48088
    (586)445-7999
  • 16,310
    801 W. Fort Street
    Detroit MI  48226
    (313)496-2600
  • 16,031
    419 N Capitol Ave
    Lansing MI  48901
    5174831957
  • 15,668
    143 Bostwick Ave NE
    Grand Rapids MI  49503
    (616)234-4000
  • 13,790
    5101 Evergreen Rd
    Dearborn MI  48128
    (313)845-9600
  • 12,295
    4800 E Huron River Dr
    Ann Arbor MI  48105
    (734)973-3543
  • 11,339
    18600 Haggerty Road
    Livonia MI  48152
    7344624400
  • 9,842
    1961 Delta Road
    University Center MI  48710
    (989)686-9000
  • 9,489
    6767 West O Ave
    Kalamazoo MI  49003
    (269)488-4100
  • 8,937
    1401 E Court St
    Flint MI  48503
    (810)762-0200
  • 5,929
    450 North Ave
    Battle Creek MI  49017
    (269)965-3931
  • 5,487
    2111 Emmons Rd
    Jackson MI  49201
    (517)787-0800
  • 4,640
    221 S Quarterline Rd
    Muskegon MI  49442
    (231)773-9131
  • 4,502
    1701 E Front St
    Traverse City MI  49686
    2319951054
  • 4,343
    1375 S Clare Ave
    Harrison MI  48625
    (989)386-6622
  • 4,219
    2755 East Napier Avenue
    Benton Harbor MI  49022
    (269)927-8100
  • 4,127
    323 Erie Street
    Port Huron MI  48061
    (810)984-3881
  • Baker College of Flint
    Private, non-profit
    3,726
    1050 West Bristol Road
    Flint MI  48507
    (810)766-4000
  • 3,625
    34950 Little Mack Ave
    Clinton Township MI  48035
    (586)791-6610
  • 3,482
    1555 South Raisinville Road
    Monroe MI  48161
    (734)242-7300
  • Baker College of Muskegon
    Private, non-profit
    3,481
    1903 Marquette Ave
    Muskegon MI  49442
    (231)777-8800
  • Baker College of Allen Park
    Private, non-profit
    3,372
    4500 Enterprise Dr
    Allen Park MI  48101
    (313)425-3700
  • 2,703
    1500 University Drive
    Auburn Hills MI  48326
    (248)340-0600
  • 2,600
    1515 Howard St
    Petoskey MI  49770
    (888)-298-6605
  • 2,567
    58900 Cherry Grove Rd
    Dowagiac MI  49047
    (269)782-1000
  • Baker College of Owosso
    Private, non-profit
    2,512
    1020 S. Washington Street
    Owosso MI  48867
    (989)729-3350
  • 2,024
    2001 N Lincoln Road
    Escanaba MI  49829
    (906)786-5802
  • Baker College of Jackson
    Private, non-profit
    1,937
    2800 Springport Rd
    Jackson MI  49202
    (517)789-6123
  • 1,832
    2800 College Dr
    Sidney MI  48885
    (989)328-2111
  • 1,636
    665 Johnson St
    Alpena MI  49707
    (989)356-9021
  • 1,529
    10775 N Saint Helen Road
    Roscommon MI  48653
    9892755000
  • Baker College of Cadillac
    Private, non-profit
    1,340
    9600 E 13th St
    Cadillac MI  49601
    (231)876-3101
  • 1,330
    3000 N Stiles Rd
    Scottville MI  49454
    (231)845-6211
  • Rochester College
    Private, non-profit
    1,113
    800 West Avon Road
    Rochester MI  48307
    (248)218-2000
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