The Best & Worst

Location
Big Rapids, MI
Undergrads
9,366
Tuition (in-state)
$16,512 ($10,354)
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Best Of

Highest Grades

  1. 1
    Small class sizes
  2. 2
    Rare programs
  3. 3
    Social activities
  4. 4
    Parties
  5. 5
    Greek life
  6. 6
    Nice professors
  7. 7
    Student-to-professor ratio
  8. 8
    I have met some of the best people in the world by going to Ferris!

Facts & Statistics

Knowledgeable Professors
86% of students surveyed rated the general knowledge of professors as above average.
Low-Stress Course Load
71% of students surveyed rated the manageability of work as above average.
Accepting Campus Community
58% of students surveyed said that the campus community as a whole is very accepting of members of minority groups.
Genders Equally Represented
A male-to-female ratio of 47/53 means there's a pretty even balance of students on campus.
Help to Succeed
The school has academic and career counseling available to help you when you need it.
Get AP Credit
If you took AP classes in high school, you might be able to get college credit for them.
Work Part-Time During School
Employment services are available for students.
Help Getting Hired
Placement services are available to graduates.

Worst Of

Lowest Grades

  1. 1
    Parking
  2. 2
    Small town
  3. 3
    Not too much to do on the weekends because everyone goes home or leaves town.
  4. 4
    There are a lot of unintelligent and closed-minded people here.
  5. 5
    Lack of arts
  6. 6
    Some of the facilities don't get updated.

Facts & Statistics

Professors Are Still Learning
Only 27% of faculty have earned the highest degree in their field.
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