The division one colleges in Michigan are, with the commonly known name of the school in parenthesis:
the Western Michigan Broncos football team competes in the Mid-American Conference which is an NCAA Division I FBS conference
Five. MSU, U of M, Eastern, Western, and Central
There were no Division 1-AA (FCS) football teams located in Michigan in the 2011 season.
Michigan state is one of the many great colleges in Michigan. You can look up some of the highest ranked schools in Michigan in your local library. Great choice.
In football, there are 2 Division 1-AA schools in Ohio (Dayton in Dayton and Youngstown State in Youngstown) and none in Michigan.
Madonna University in Lavonia Michigan is one! Madonna University in Lavonia Michigan is one!
For a complete list of community colleges in Michigan, refer to this list, and scroll down to the Michigan section. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_community_colleges. Read more about each one, and find which is a best fit for you.
There are many excellent colleges in Michigan. Some I can recommend are Central Michigan college, Delta college, Concordia university, Oakland university and Michigan state university.
Division 1-A football colleges in New Jersey: Rutgers Division 1-AA football colleges in New Jersey: Monmouth, Princeton
1aa schooll The Michigan State athletic programs are Division I. In football, they are Division I-FBS (formerly known as Division-1a, NOT Division I-aa). Their athletic conference is the Big Ten.
It's called Division One but there are a different thing you can call it , sometimes I call them 'Major Colleges '
Well I researched the question and i could't find any colleges had a division one soccer team. Sorry, well I hope someone else could find the answer to your question.
For mens water polo there are 14 colleges/universities that play in division III. For women's water polo there are 19 colleges/universities that play in division III.
You can find the listings in a number of places. Here is one I know about:http:/www.hitpitchcatch.com/ncaa-division-I-baseball-teams.htmlGood luck.