Keweenaw Bay is a public college located in Baraga, Michigan. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 51 undergraduate students. The Keweenaw Bay acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Corrections and Corrections Administration, Early Childhood Education, and Business Administration and Management. Keweenaw Bay graduates 5% of its students.
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The education I am receiving is a good one, I love to learn about my culture and the history of my people. I pay $90 a credit and I do not get financial aid , I used up my lifetime worth. I am eligible for some scholarships and I can still go to school even if I have no resource for money. This is the thing that amazes me, I can go to school for free. great!
Mostly Native students and some Caucasian students. The diversity is good for all to learn. There is an emphasis geared towards Native American studies. Our campus is being moved to a bigger campus and more degree programs will be made available for us.
its a well organized college with a good feel to it because everyone has time to help each other when needed and they get things done