You wouldn’t be retaking the classes - there’s a big difference between classes at UM and at a Michigan CC. You shouldn’t try to claim the credits BTW because they’d make you pay for more; rather apply for direct admit and start from scratch with your peers, networking and learning from professors who are tops in their field. UMich has full rides based on financial need but since an ACT 33 is average there, merit aid is hard to come by. For finance, Ross plays with Harvard and Stern. The return on investment is very high.
What did you learn from the recruiter?
Michigan State’s Broad, especially if you’re strong enough to get a big merit scholarship and thus get into the Honors College, is an attractive professional path. The Honors College and Business Honors offer excellent opportunities and resources in addition to well-respected degree.
Wayne State is a generic business school. The degree isn’t bad, but in terms of networking and opportunities, it’s more pedestrian. The state doesn’t invest as much as in the other two universities nd the Career Fair doesn’t attract all the same companies . You’d have to hustle a lot more - not impossible, but harder.
Ultimately, apply to all three, as well as to GVSU, and make a cost/ROI/value evaluation once you’ve received their reply.