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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.

Online learning will be around for a while for college classes.
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.

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DeVos’ Rules ‘Water Down’ Campus Sexual Misconduct Protections. Nessel Is Suing Her For It.

The Trump Administration's habit of rolling back Obama-era policies has made it harder for survivors of college sexual misconduct to seek justice.

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MSU Is Planning to Hold In-Person Classes This Fall. But There’s a Twist.

Students will have a shortened semester and a mix of remote learning. Here's MSU's plan.