The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Michigan. The list below shows testing locations for computer based TOEFL exam. Please scroll down to find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses) in Michigan.
- Interlochen Arts Academy – STN10117A
Toefl Lab, Lower Level Of Thor Johnson House,
Interlochen, Michigan 49643 United States
- University Center Gaylord – STN15130A
80 Livingston Boulevard, Room U-101,
Gaylord, Michigan 49735 United States
- ELS Language Centers – Grand Rapids – STN12647A
4045 Calder Drive, Au Sable Hall, 1 Campus Drive,
Allendale, Michigan 49401 United States
- Grand Rapids – Burton Street SE – APCN-2301
3910 Burton St. Se, Suite 101,
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546 United States
Michigan Area Codes
Short for MI, Michigan was admitted to United States on 01/26/1837. The capital city is Lansing. With an area of 253,266 km², Michigan has a population of 9,928,300. The population density is 39.20 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Michigan has 12 area codes: 231, 248, 269, 313, 517, 586, 616, 734, 810, 906, 947, 989. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
Some National Historic Landmarks in Michigan
- Mission St. Ignace is a park in the town of Ignace, created on the site of the founding of the mission by Jacques Marquette in 1671, as well as the place where he is buried.
- Mackinac Island, which played a major role in the early development of Michigan, including the fur trade in the 18th and first half of the 19th centuries.
- Fort Michilimackinac near Mackinac City is a fortified trading and military outpost built by the French in 1715 and later used by the British until 1781.
- Marshall City Historic District, predominantly developed in the mid-19th century.
- Michigan State Capitol, built in the city of Lansing in 1878
- The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island was one of the most popular summer resorts in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Built in 1887.
- A house in the village of Petoskey on the shores of Lake Michigan, where Ernest Hemingway, who later became a famous writer, spent his summer months as a child. Was built in 1900.
- The Ford plant on Pickett Avenue in Detroit is the first manufacturing unit of the then-famous Ford company. It was here that the first cars of the legendary Ford-T brand were assembled. Built in 1904.
- One of the oldest passenger steamships on the Great Lakes, the Milwaukee Clipper. It was built in 1904 and is now moored as a museum in Muskegon.
- Fair Lane is the home of Henry Ford in Dearborn. It was built in 1913-1915.
- Lightship Huron, built in 1920 and now moored as a museum in the city of Port Huron.
- The General Motors Building complex (also known as Cadillac Place) is an office building built in Detroit in 1919-1922 as the headquarters of the largest automobile company.
- The Cranbrook Educational Community in the city of Bloomfield Hills is a complex of buildings designed for education and enlightenment (comprehensive school, art and science museums, academy of architecture and design) and built in the twenties of the 20th century in the Art Deco style.
- House of Edsel Ford (son of Henry Ford and CEO of Ford) and his wife Eleanor in Grosse Pointe Shores. Built in 1927.
- The River Rouge Complex is a Ford automobile plant in Dearborn. It was built in 1917-1928 and was then the largest assembly plant in the world.
- The Fisher Building is a skyscraper built in Detroit in 1928 in the Art Deco style.
- The Fox Theater in Detroit is the largest surviving theater from the 1920s (built in 1928).
- The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, also known as the ” Edison Institute ” or “Henry Ford” in Dearborn. It was created in 1929 at the initiative of the famous head of the automobile company, Henry Ford.
- The Guardian Building is a skyscraper built in Detroit in 1929 in the Art Deco style.
- The City of Milwaukeeis the only car ferry on the Great Lakes from before World War II. Built in 1931.
- “Detroit Industry” murals at the Detroit Institute of Art, created in 1933 by renowned artist Diego Rivera.
- The General Motors Technical Center is a building that houses the research divisions of the corporation. It was built in the city of Warren in 1955 by the famous architect Eero Saarinen.