Do a Google search, this question is impossible to answer without giving us details that you might as well type into a search engine.
It can be $500-$1800 in the same city alone...
Here in Michigan its not too bad.
$400 for a 1 bedroom. Also if you come to Jackson MI, there is a pretty nice building that has studio apartments. It is an open plan room with all in one room, and a bathroom for $300.
There are a lot of factors, like location, condition, part of town, room mates, amenities, etc. If you don't need an apartment yet, I would strongly suggest you start keeping an eye on the want ads in your area, and the area where you think you might want to live.
If it's just you getting a place, it can be as low as $500 or less, but on the bad sode of town, lousy parking, building in need of repair.
A few years back they put in a fancy apartment near here with garages, fireplaces, access to the built-in pool and gym, etc. Those go for about $1200. The people there seem to like them a lot. But really, for that price you could buy a house. The question is do you want the 30-year commitment? Probably not if you're a student.
You could also find some people living in a 2- or 3-bed apartment looking for another room mate. You can probably get this for around $500, but you lose a lot of privacy.
If you're single and buy a house, you could rent out two of your bedrooms to renters. Let's say your mortgage is $1000 a month and you rent out the bedrooms for $500 a month. They just paid your mortgage. It's more complicated than that though, because as the owner you need to make all repairs and will probably pay for their utilitis, unless you charge them a blanket $100 a month for general utilities. Also, if those rooms are vacant for any length of time, you will not get that rent money but you still have to make the rent payments.
On the other side of the coin, you could be renting from someone who owns the house. Houses are usually nicer than apartments anyway.
Look at where you expect to go to school, and where you expect to work. Calculate drive time to and from. Also take note of school zones. They really ruin your commute. If you have to pay an extra $100 a month to live to the east of where you work/go to school, it's worth it. If you live to the west, you will be driving into the sun every morning and into the sun every evening. I did that once. No thanks.
My first apartment was to the west (blinding sun) but it was dirt cheap. It had OK parking, and it was furnished. It also had free cable and HBO. But there was no air conditioning. I ended up moving to a nicer place on the east side with a room mate. It wasn't furnished, so I had to real quick find a bunch of furniture (cheap, used).