Two million Michiganders have not finished college
About 25 percent of Michigan's adult population has some college experience, but no degree. This comes to nearly two million individuals.
This category of adults is the second largest, second only to those with only a high school diploma which represents 2.3 million individuals (29 percent).
Interestingly, the number of adults with some college and no degree is nearly equivalent to the number of adults with either an associate's or bachelor's degree.
Programs focused on adults with some college and no degree are essential to Michigan's educational attainment goals.
Who are those with some college and no degree? What age brackets are they in? How many men and how many women?
Join us for the next few issues of Independent Indicators in which we unpack the demographics of the "some college, no degree" population in Michigan.