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Spring Arbor University

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ADDRESS: 106 E Main St. City Spring Arbor
State MIZip 49283

   800-968-9103

Spring Arbor University

Spring Arbor, Michigan

4-year, Regionally accredited

Affiliation: Free Methodist

Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's

http://www.arbor.edu

Located between Ann Arbor and Battle Creek, Michigan, this Methodist institution currently enrolls almost 3,500 students, including almost 1,000 graduate students, in over 90 programs.  Many (40%) of the students are over 25, and half of the graduate students take online courses. “List price” to attend as a fulltime undergrad is in the $38K range, but generous (99% of students) receive institutional grants and scholarships, bringing the net cost down to less than $19K, well within our Best Value range.

The 90 programs offer a wide range of subjects, but the most popular programs are business (associate, bachelor, master), education (bachelor, master), and nursing, psychology and social work, all offering bachelor and master programs.

Students like the location, the campus and their university community.  Although a Christian institution, the student comments we researched leads us to believe there is open-mindedness regarding individuals’ religious beliefs.  For those who embrace Christianity, Spring Arbor University is a peaceful, comfortable place to acquire a good education as well as lifelong friends.  For adults interested in completing a degree or obtaining an advanced degree, we think Spring Arbor’s online programs are a good investment.

 



What our Students are Saying...

"This is a great University. The staff is so friendly, helpful and the environment is peaceful. Looking for a a good school, look no further."

"I have been a student there for over two years, and I have loved it. Honestly, every class that I've taken has been a blessing to my life. I have met some extraordinary people, that will be in my life for the rest of my life. "

"I'm enjoying myself here, and there are a lot of things going on. People are also very nice. I am learning so much in Spring Arbor University right now, and I love it because it's challenging me, and I love challenges."