Student Faculty Ratio

Students in the woods learning practical education

You deserve a personal, practical education.

Your professors will know your name – 80 percent of Ferris classes have fewer than 25 students. You’ll benefit from innovative instruction, career advice and professional connections. And small classes mean your voice will be heard.

Ferris courses aren’t taught by graduate students. They’re taught by credentialed, committed faculty with real-world experience, to help you stay ahead of the game by tailoring program curricula to meet industry demands.

More resources for success

Ferris offers support services and resources to help you meet any challenge, whether it’s deciding on a major or getting a little help in math or paper writing.

Academic resources include the Ferris Library for Information, Technology and Education (FLITE), where you can access information and get research assistance from subject specialists. Free tutoring and study skills support are available through the Academic Support Center, and the Writing Center provides free tutoring services to assist with academic writing and help build written communication skills.

Interested in Honors studies?

Qualify for the Honors Program and tackle challenging courses that develop your leadership skills. You’ll get a private room in one of the Honors residence halls, attend cultural events, participate in life-changing volunteer opportunities and meet new friends who share your interests and goals.

Learn more about the Honors Program at Ferris.