Founded 1959
Enrollment 1129 students (60% female, 40% male) from 19 states and 5 foreign countries. 208 boarding students
Accreditation Rochester College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association (30 North LaSalle, Suite 2400, Chicago, Illinois, 60602)
Degrees Offered
  • 38 Full time faculty
  • 111 Part time faculty
  • 43% of full time faculty hold doctoral degrees
Off-Campus Study GEO: Global Education Opportunities - Rochester College students are offered numerous opportunities for such experiential learning. As an institution, RC believes that as the world shrinks through expanding technology, communications and intercontinental travel, taking time to study in other countries and cultures is an important aspect of post-secondary education.

ACT/SAT Codes ACT – 20    SAT – 1516
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FAFSA Code FAFSA #002288
Alumni Live in 47 states and 35 nations. Work at all levels of Fortune 500 multinationals such as Amazon, Bank of America, Comerica, Disney, Dow Chemical, General Motors, Facebook, Hertz, Hewlett-Packard, Lockheed Martin, Mattel, New York Life, Proctor & Gamble and State Farm Insurance. Work for or lead mid-size organizations like the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association and Walgreens. Own small companies like Max Impact Corp., a corporate consulting firm based in Rochester Hills. Teach for K-12 school districts such as Bloomfield Hills (MI), Troy (MI), Waterford (MI), and Rochester (MI). Lead Christian schools or organizations such as Sunrise Christian College (Philippines) and the Pepperdine University Lectures (CA). Minister in hundreds of Churches of Christ such as the Otter Creek Church of Christ (Nashville, TN) and Rochester Church of Christ (MI), and other Christian churches around the world
Student Life Student Activities: Student Government, Newspaper (The Shield), Yearbook, Theater, Social Clubs, Intramural Sports, A Cappella Chorus, Traveling vocal groups. Intercollegiate Sports: Member of the NAIA and the USCAA. 35% of students participate in intercollegiate sports.