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Rochester University

Rochester University's main campus is located in Rochester Hills (approx. 20-minute drive from the University Center). Rochester University is an accredited, private, coeducational, liberal arts college that provides academic excellence in a Christian setting. The University grants bachelor's and associate degrees in a diverse array of academic areas and attracts students who seek to develop themselves as scholars and leaders. The University is committed to a personalized learning experience, where instructors know you by name and take personal interest in your success.

Rochester offers seven unique accelerated bachelor's degree programs for Macomb students looking to continue their education. These programs are offered on ground at Macomb's University Center or online. Course schedules are designed to meet the needs of working students and adult learners. Classes meet either one night per week, from 6-10pm in the University Center, or fully online. Most Macomb students who transfer to Rochester University and have earned an associate degree will be able to complete an accelerated program in an average of 16 months and can transfer up to 90 credit hours, though these numbers vary from student to student. For a more accurate timeline and to learn how many credits will transfer, Rochester University recommends meeting with an adviser early in the transfer process.

Rochester University is very pleased that it has been able to maintain and strengthen its relationship with Macomb Community College and conveniently offer classes in its University Center for over a decade and counting.

Learn more about our transfer scholarships.


Bachelor of Science in Strategic Leadership

This program is comprised of a versatile curriculum that focuses upon management, writing, and communication. The program is designed to provide students with the business communication skills necessary to succeed and advance in business and industry.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

This program offers a unique blending of psychology and counseling courses and is designed for students pursuing a career in a mental health field. This program meets the needs of most graduate schools offering degrees in psychology, psychotherapy, professional counseling, or social work. Students should consult the graduate school of their choice for specific entrance requirements.

Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication-Marketing, Broadcasting, Public Speaking, or Graphic Design

This degree completion program provides you with a unique educational opportunity through a partnership between Rochester University and Macomb Community College. This program incorporates training in Macomb's AAS Media and Communication Arts Program with in-depth explorations of theory and scholarship in media at Rochester University. The curriculum is designed to help you expand your understanding of communication and develop essential skills needed to succeed and advance within the media industry.

Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Studies

This program is designed for students who are already employed in early childhood education and desire to increase their skills and qualifications. The curriculum focuses on the growth and development of young children and the influence of family dynamics. Education patterns of young children are explored, as well as administration, reporting and legal issues within the field.

Rochester University
Office: UC1, Room 202
Phone: 586.263.6288

Katherine Folmar,
Admissions Recruiter


Main Campus

800 W. Avon Road,
Rochester Hills, MI 48307

Phone: 248.218.2000

University Center

44575 Garfield Road,
Clinton Twp., MI 48038