Northern Michigan University

Marquette, Michigan, United States
Northern Michigan University Profile
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Overview

Northern Michigan University (NMU) is situated in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan - in Marquette, which is known for its stunning natural beauty, including Lake Superior and vast forests. It was founded in 1899 as the Northern State Normal School and has undergone several name changes before becoming Northern Michigan University in 1963.

The Jacobetti Complex is a notable facility at NMU that houses programs related to technology, health, and human services. It includes state-of-the-art labs and training areas for students.

More than three-quarters of NMU's large full-time faculty, consisting of over 300 members, possess doctoral or the highest attainable degrees within their specific fields.

Computer Science
Bachelor degrees
Master degrees
PhD & Doctoral degrees

Quick Facts

#82 in Regional Universities Midwest by the U.S. News & World Report

#499th in the United States by EduRank

Are there any scholarships? Yes
To which regions are scholarships available? All
Full Tuition Fee Scholarship? No
Is there any accommodation? Yes
To which regions accommodation is available? All
What type of accommodation is it? University owned