Located in Traverse City, Mich., Northwestern Michigan College serves more than 50,000 learners annually. The college provides various academic credit programs, noncredit personal interest classes, organizational training and cultural activities. Its university center offers more than 50 bachelor's completion and advanced degree and certificate programs from over 10 Michigan colleges and universities. Operational for more than 10 years, the college also provides a wide variety of activities and organizations, including the American Civil Liberties Union, anishnabek, cycling discussion forums, exhibitions, memberships, educational programming, performance schedules, international students and advisory clubs, ministries, monthly magazines, Phi Theta Kappa, and Rogers observatory programs. Northwestern Michigan College provides associate degree in applied science through several academic areas, such as aviation, business administration, bridge program, communications, computer information systems, maritime studies, health occupations, humanities, educational studies, physical education, science and mathematics, and social science.