Rankings, Facts, & Figures


 

U-M School of Kinesiology

  • 4 undergraduate degree programs
  • 4 graduate degree programs
  • #3 Kinesiology doctoral program in the nation (National Academy of Kinesiology)
  • 1st accredited IONM program in the world
  • 20 centers and research laboratories
  • 970 undergraduate students
  • 90 graduate students
  • 4th largest school on campus (by undergraduate enrollment)
  • 35 faculty and clinical teaching faculty
  • 16 lecturers
  • 25:1 student-to-faculty ratio
  • 26 school-sponsored scholarships
  • $9 million per year in external research funding
  • A close-knit network of more than 6,000 alumni
  • Collaborative partnerships with Medicine, Business, Engineering, Public Health, Education, Social Work, and Athletics

 

University of Michigan

  • #4 Public College in the U.S.; #38 Overall College in the U.S.; #34 Best Value College in the U.S.; #19 Public College with the Highest-Earning Graduates (Forbes, 2017)
  • #3 Public University in the World; #21 Overall University in the World 
    (Times Higher Education, 2018)
  • #3 Best College for Your Money (Money Magazine, 2017)
  • #4 Public University in the U.S.; #28 Overall University in the U.S. 
    (U.S. News & World Report, 2018)
  • #1 Public University in the World; #23 Overall University in the World 
    (QS World University Rankings, 2017)
  • #2 Public University in the U.S.; #27 Overall University in the U.S. 
    (Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education, 2018)
  • One of largest alumni networks in the world (575,000 and growing)
  • More than 100 top-ranked academic programs
  • More than 1,400 student organizations

 

Ann Arbor

  • #1 Best Small Cities for Millennials (American Institute of Economic Research, 2015)
  • #2 Best Cities for Young Adults (Kiplinger's, 2013)
  • #2 Best College Towns in America (Best College Reviews, 2015)
  • #2 Coolest Cities in the Midwest (MSN Travel, 2013)
  • #6 Best Cities for Well-Being (USA TODAY/Gallup, 2014)