|University Motto||Preparing students to assume responsible roles in their respective communities|
|Year of establishment||1981|
|Address||12214 W Lakeshore Dr. Brimley, Michigan 49715, Estados Unidos|
Bay Mills Community College
BMCC meets the educational needs of a wide variety of students, from its remote, rural Main Campus, West Campus, off-campus sites, and online courses. Control is vested in a Board of Regents, which elects the officers of the Board and establishes overall institutional policy.
BMCC is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) and is a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC).
BMCC is one of three tribally controlled colleges in the State of Michigan, and the only community college in Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula; it is committed to providing affordable, culturally relevant, accessible, and high quality educational opportunities to all tribal communities in Michigan and their neighbors. BMCC is also committed to providing leadership in the areas of economic and community development for the Bay Mills Indian Community and the Eastern Upper Peninsula (EUP).
As a tribally controlled community college and land grant institution, the mission of Bay Mills Community College is to provide quality educational opportunities, promote research and facilitate individual development in an accessible, community-based, and culturally diverse environment that supports and maintains the Anishinaabek culture and language.
The Bay Mills Community College is a Public university located in Brimley.
The Bay Mills Community College was founded in 1981.
The current president of Bay Mills Community College is Newland, Bryan.
According to verified online sources, the Bay Mills Community College enrolls a total of 800 students.
According to the main website, the Bay Mills Community College has a total student population of 400 undergraduate students and 400 graduate students.