Well MSU would be another big, more well known school in Michigan, but I don't think they have an actuary program there (that is what one of my good friends is going into so I know a bit about it). Wayne State has one (i think you major in math and minor in actuary) and would probably a good fit and you could probably get some good scholarships there. Those are off the top of my head.
I just asked my friend and he said that Central, Eastern, Michigan Tech, and Spring Arbor are the other ones.
If for some reason you couldn't get into Ann Arbor, U of M Flint has an actuarial science program, and your diploma just says U of M (so it looks the same as Ann Arbors).
Those suggestions are just based off of the Actuarial Science, if you want others just based on fit instead of the actuary part I'll try and give you some. I think you are pretty much in all of those and could even get good scholarships at some. If you have any questions just let me know! Good Luck!