Stories tagged: "higher education"


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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.

Polling shows nearly six in 10 voters support extending the pause on federal student loan payments.
Will Most Michiganders Qualify if Biden Forgives Student Loans?

Around 400,000 Michiganders would have student loan debt erased, if the plan turns out the way experts are speculating.

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91,000 Michiganders Are on Their Way to Better Jobs and Careers Thanks to This State Program

Michigan Reconnect helps residents 25 and older who do not have college degrees attend community colleges or private training schools with free or deeply discounted tuition. 

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Michigan Reconnect Strives to Build Economic Power With Free Community College

Michiganders over 25 seeking a two-year degree can now seek tuition assistance through the Michigan Reconnect program in an important test of the power of free education.

High school graduates who serve at least two years in the US military will be guaranteed admission under Grand Valley State University's promise to veterans.
This Michigan University Will Guarantee Admission to High School Graduates Who Serve in the Military

Grand Valley State University is guaranteeing admission to high school graduates under its new “veteran promise.”

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When Will Michigan Colleges Resume? This Rural University May Be Laying Out the Answers

As Michigan Tech joins the list of colleges aiming to resume in-person instruction in the fall, the university is looking out for freshmen with unique physical and emotional health considerations.