Stories tagged: "college"


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MI College Students: Is Your School Ready for Monkeypox?

As dorm dwellers across Michigan start their fall semesters, should they worry about monkeypox? Public university administrators are grappling with the same question.

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Biden Cancels Student $10-20K Loan Debt, Extends Repayment Pause, Announces Reforms for Future Repayments

The announcement, which came after months of deliberation, will provide immediate relief to an estimated 1.4 million Michiganders who’ve struggled with the financial albatross of student loan debt and help millions of future students avoid crushing monthly payments. 

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A ‘Once in a Generation Opportunity’ Has Older Michiganders Seeking College Degrees, Trade School Credentials

Michigan is paving the way for people to return to college or seek a professional trade. Here’s how.

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No College, No Problem: These Michigan Career Paths Prioritize On-the-Job Experience

No college debt and a promising future is what drew Cory Henion to be an apprentice. This trend is getting a big push in Michigan in 2021. 

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Tick Tock: Frontline Workers’ Tuition-Free College Applications Due in Two Weeks

The deadline is Dec. 31 to apply for tuition-free college. Learn more and submit your application here.

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Want to Switch Careers During the Pandemic? These College Admissions Counselors Have Some Tips.

The vast majority of Michigan's highest-paying require college training. Follow these tips to make your career goals a reality.

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Remainder of Academic Year Will be Online, Colleges Say

As the winter semester looms, Mitten State colleges look toward continuing online classes as COVID-19 lingers on.