Tag: colleges and universities

Wayne State Says Yes to No Tuition Increase

In order to ease the financial worry of students after COVID-19, Wayne State University's Board of Governors unanimously approved a 0% tuition increase.

These Are the Most Regretted College Majors (and the Least)

A ZipRecruiter surveyed 5,000 college grads and found their most regretted college majors. Here's what you should know if your kid is considering one of these fields.

Michigan Groups Aim to Raise College Graduation Rates

Find out what the state's 60% by 2030 program is and what it's doing to help raise college graduation rates of Michigan students.

Wayne State to Offer Free Tuition to Detroit Residents in Fall...

On Oct. 23, 2019, the Detroit university introduced the Heart of Detroit Tuition Pledge, which provides free tuition to high school graduates living in the city.

College Application Help for High School Students

Need to know how to start applying for college? Families are getting an edge with admissions counselors, test prep services and lots of early planning.

Private School Scholarships: Do They Exist?

The average tuition for private schools ranges from $3,000 to $20,000 per year. Is financial aid available – and how can you get it?

What Are AP Classes?

Students may decide to take advanced placement classes in high school to potentially earn college credits. Learn more about AP classes and exams.

How to Pay for Tomorrow’s College Education Today

Michigan Education Trust's Pay-As-You-Go option lets parents buy college credits for their kids at today's prices without paying for a semester at once.

5 Top High Schools in Detroit

Here are Excellent Schools Detroit's picks for strong Detroit schools for grades 9-12.

About The Roeper School

For more than 70 years, parents have turned to Roeper to bring out the best in their gifted child. Here's a look at what the school has to offer and why it's the No. 1 school for gifted children in southeast Michigan.

Fostering Futures: Ensuring a Bright Future for Former Foster Kids

The Michigan Education Trust's Fostering Futures Program offers scholarships and hope to kids who don't have family to help them achieve their educational dreams.

National College Decision Day for Detroit High Schoolers

Seniors announce their college choices on May 1, 2014. In Detroit, DESPA Early College of Excellence held an assembly for students to declare their decisions.