Where do WSU's students come from?
The majority (80 percent) of WSU’s students come from the tri-county area. Many of those (20 percent) are from Detroit.
What are the feeder institutions?
The top 10 feeder high schools for fall 2007 are listed in the chart below.
Eighty percent of our students come from Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties, including 25 percent who graduated from high schools in Detroit. The other charts indicate the community colleges and universities that provide most of our transfer students.
Top 10 Feeder High Schools
|Cass Technical High School||Detroit||Wayne||78|
|Fordson High School||Dearborn||Wayne||62|
|Hamtramck High School||Hamtramck||Wayne||41|
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Senior High School||Detroit||Wayne||39|
|Adlai E. Stevenson High School||Sterling Heights||Oakland||38|
|Southgate Anderson High School||Southgate||Wayne||35|
|Henry Ford High School||Dearborn||Wayne||34|
|Mumford High School||Detroit||Wayne||32|
|Sterling Heights High School||Sterling Heights||Oakland||32|
|Warren Mott Senior High School||Warren||Macomb||32|
Note: this table includes only new undergraduates who graduated from high school within the past year.
Top five feeder community colleges
|Macomb Community College||Warren||Macomb||290|
|Oakland Community College||Auburn Hills||Oakland||256|
|Henry Ford Community College||Dearborn||Wayne||187|
|Wayne County Community College||Detroit||Wayne||170|
Top five feeder universities
|Eastern Michigan University||Ypsilanti||Washtenaw||62|
|Michigan State University||East Lansing||Ingham||59|
|Oakland University||Auburn Hills||Oakland||50|
|Western Michigan University||Kalamazoo||Kalamazoo||38|
|Central Michigan University||Mt. Pleasant||Isabella||35|
Source: Office of the Registrar Enrollment Census File