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FinnU named to Best Bachelor’s Degree Colleges

May 20, 2022

University HQ 2022 Best Bachelor's Degrees in MichiganFinlandia University was recently named among the best for bachelor’s degrees in the State of Michigan in 2022 by University Headquarters.

Among the most important factors in the ranking system of University HQ is accreditation and the Higher Learning Commission provides that to Finlandia University with institutional accreditation. Physical Therapy Assistant and Nursing programs at Finlandia are also accredited. This is factored into ranking in addition to admission and retention rates, tuition costs, degree options and graduation rates. As a private institution, FinnU does not additionally charge out-of-state students and 100% of all full-time domestic students receive some form of financial assistance, which means they have all the tools they need to succeed.

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ABOUT FINLANDIA UNIVERSITY

Finlandia University is a learning community dedicated to academic excellence, spiritual growth, and service. Finlandia is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3), HLC accredited, co-educational liberal arts college affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. At Finlandia University, two- or four-year degree programs are offered by two schools and two colleges in the disciplines of liberal studies, health sciences, business, and fine arts.

Established in 1896 by Finnish immigrants as Suomi College, the school is located in the town of Hancock in Michigan’s northernmost region, the Keweenaw Peninsula, on Anishinaabe land. Natural beauty, mining and immigrant history, a thriving arts community, and year-round outdoor recreation opportunities are plentiful in this region known as the Copper Country. Finlandia students enjoy miles of public beaches, more than 25 local waterfalls and easy access to Lake Superior, the largest body of fresh water in the world. Adventurous spirits find inspiration and enjoyment on miles of local hiking and biking trails, at two national and four state parks, and on acres of pristine, natural forest land.

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