Which Michigan schools receive the least state student aid?


Career Quest Learning Centers-Jackson, Marygrove College and Carnegie Institute reported receiving the least state financial aid during the 2018-19 academic year among Michigan schools, according to an analysis of federal data.

The analysis is based on data reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education.

Michigan schools receiving smallest share of state student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
Career Quest Learning Centers-Jackson
Jackson
111
5
$19,234
$3,847
2
Marygrove College
Detroit
355
11
$20,290
$1,845
3
Carnegie Institute
Troy
134
5
$21,024
$4,205
4
Bay Mills Community College
Brimley
477
21
$32,094
$1,528
5
Kuyper College
Rapids
161
18
$32,514
$1,806
6
Ross Medical Education Center-Davison
Davison
98
6
$33,324
$5,554
7
Cleary University
Howell
594
21
$37,117
$1,767
8
Andrews University
Springs
3,407
20
$38,980
$1,949
9
Career Quest Learning Centers-Lansing
Lansing
167
21
$50,250
$2,393
10
Compass College of Cinematic Arts
Rapids
129
20
$55,631
$2,782

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Organizations in this Story

Andrews University Bay Mills Community College Career Quest Learning Centers-Jackson Career Quest Learning Centers-Lansing Carnegie Institute Cleary University Compass College of Cinematic Arts Kuyper College Marygrove College Ross Medical Education Center-Davison

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