In total, Cleary University sponsors 17 varsity athletic programs. Our newest, basketball will begin Fall 2023 semester. Cleary University joined the United States Collegiate Athletic Association in 2012 and officially joined the NAIA in the fall of 2018 as a member of the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference.
Cleary’s undergraduate programs prepare students for a fast-paced, ever-evolving business world. You’ll experience a hands-on education taught by seasoned professionals and cultivate professional skills to ensure career success.
Living on Campus at Cleary University provides our students with a great opportunity to thrive and grow as individuals as they take the next step in becoming adults. It’s a chance to develop new relationships and live within a closely-knit community of students, faculty and staff. At Cleary University, you won’t find the typical dorm room that some have grown to expect. Our newly built, state-of-the-art Residence Halls compare to some of the area’s nicest living spaces for rent in Livingston County.
Founded in 1883, Cleary is known nationally for its business education degree programs offered in a welcoming, student-centered atmosphere of small class sizes, personalized attention from faculty, flexible schedules and affordability. The Cleary Mind is at the heart of all academics. Through their studies, students will learn The Cleary Mind attributes business leaders seek when choosing their future employees. Cleary graduates are prepared to serve as entrepreneurs and innovators; creative and critical thinkers; and strong, ethical and effective leaders.
Livingston County and Southeast Michigan are vibrant and communities diverse known for their rich history, cultural landmarks, parks and recreation. The Detroit metropolitan area has a rich cultural heritage with historic landmarks such as the Fox Theatre and the Detroit Institute of Arts – which was recently rated the #1 art museum in the United States.
There are several charming downtown communities in the area – Howell, Brighton, Ann Arbor and Hartland. Detroit also is a 30 minute drive from campus and is home to Michigan’s professional sports teams,– the Detroit Tigers, Lions, Pistons, and Red Wings.
With 26 lakes in the region, and countless beaches, parks, bike trails and concert venues available, Livingston County and the surrounding area offers countless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Not to mention our diverse food scene with a mix of international cuisines and local specialties. Several restaurants and shops are within walking distance of the campus.