Some large community colleges in Michigan are Oakland Community College, Lansing Community College, Delta College and Macomb Community College. As of 2015, Oakland and Macomb Community Colleges are among the five largest colleges and universities in Michigan.
Oakland Community College is a public two-year college and Michigan's largest community college. Based in the town of Bloomfield Hills, the college opened in 1965 with 3,860 students. It now has five campuses: Auburn Hills, Highland Lakes, Orchard Ridge, Royal Oak and Southfield.
Lansing Community College has an enrollment of approximately 26,000 students. Located in Lansing, the college was established in 1957 and now features more than 80 educational programs.
Located in University Center, Michigan, Delta College boasts more than 16,000 students and has three off-campus centers. The college opened in 1961 primarily to serve Bay, Midland and Saginaw Counties. The community college strives to meet the needs of the traditional and non-traditional students of the area, from dual-enrollment high school students to older adults who are returning to college.
Macomb Community College, located in Warren, has an annual enrollment of approximately 48,000 students pursuing knowledge in about 200 degree and certificate programs. The college ranks in the top 2 percent nationally in associate degrees conferred.