Facts about CCPS

CCPS Established in 2004

2,117 Students Enrolled in CCPS Programs

6 Undergraduate and 6 graduate programs

  • 68 faculty and 40 staff
  • Almost half of the CCPS students are first generation
  • According to the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), 87.3% of CCPS seniors participated in two or more high-impact learning experiences prior to graduation
  • In the past two years, CCPS students, faculty and staff have engaged with over 500 public, nonprofit and business organizations
  • The Police Academy cadets had a 100% pass rate on the state licensing exam, the highest in the state.  The class of 2019 is the largest to date with 48 recruits (37 men and 11 women)
  • A certificate in Paralegal Studies was launched in 2016
  • The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management's "Michigan Cares for Tourism" community engagement initiative received the 'Michigan Department of Natural Resources Partnership in Collaboration Award' for coordinating volunteerism projects at Mill Lake (2013-Chelsea), Belle Isle Park (2014-Detroit), Sturgeon Point Lighthouse (2015-Alpena), Fayette State Park (2015-Manistique), The Felt Estate (2016-Saugatuck), the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum and the Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center (2017-Roscommon), Fort Wilkins Historic State Park (2018-Copper Harbor) and Leelanau State Park & Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum (2019-Leelanau)
  • The Johnson Center for Philanthropy and the School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration hosted the 2017 International Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) Conference in Grand Rapids (November 16-18, 2018)