Colleges & Universities in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

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    Detroit College Access Network (DCAN)

    In 2013, a group of organizations from around metro Detroit came up with a goal. They wanted to increase the number of Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completed by Detroit students from 54 percent to 70 percent. The idea? If more students applied for federal aid for college, Read more [...]

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    Grand Valley State University

    When a student heads off to college, every parent wants her/him to feel at home in their new surroundings. At Grand Valley State University, located in Allendale – just 12 miles west of Grand Rapids – that’s exactly how they should expect to feel. Situated on 1,322 acres, this picturesque Read more [...]

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    Lawrence Technological University

    While some universities give out T-shirts and packets to enrolled students during orientation, the folks at Lawrence Technological University takes things to another level. In fact, they issue laptops to freshmen. “Every undergraduate student has a university-issued laptop, and it has the industry spec software they would need for the Read more [...]

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    Technical Career Entry Programs, Southeast Michigan Ford Dealers

    College isn’t for everyone. If your child is interested in a career that’s hands-on, in-demand and lucrative – but doesn’t require a four-year degree, there are many options right here in the Motor City. Through Ford’s Technical Career Entry Programs students receive unique professional-development opportunities through specialized training that helps Read more [...]

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    The Student Connection

    The Student Connection, based in Bloomfield Hills, is more than just a place where students can get extra help in math, science and language arts. It’s a place where students gain confidence, prepare for their future and build relationships, says Brigid Godvin, the owner of The Student Connection. “We are Read more [...]

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    Walsh

    The words in a textbook aren’t enough to prepare college students for life outside of the classroom. A successful career starts with a hands-on, practical approach to learning – and that’s exactly what students have received at Walsh since it was founded in 1922. This business college – which offers Read more [...]

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    Washtenaw Community College

    Smart students recognize the value of attending Washtenaw Community College, whether they are just launching into their education, enhancing their workplace skills, retraining for a new career, or just satisfying their inquisitive minds. Located in friendly and accessible Ann Arbor, Washtenaw Community College welcomes 20,000 motivated students from nearby communities Read more [...]

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