Items Tagged with 'Aquinas College'


College foundation names executive director

June 30, 2016
A woman who led a recent $58-million fundraising campaign is the new vice president and executive director of a local college’s foundation. Read More

College builds $4M chapel

June 23, 2016
A college is breaking ground on a new $4-million chapel. Read More

College unveils statue of namesake

May 4, 2016
Visitors to a local college are now being greeted by a statue of the school’s namesake. Read More

Economists offer tempered enthusiasm for 2016

Experts from faith-based schools preach caution, lowered expectations.

November 20, 2015
If there was excitement about the economic forecast for 2016, it was tempered inside the Gainey Conference Center at Cornerstone University last week. Read More

College plans $4M chapel

September 29, 2015
A college has launched a fundraising campaign to build a $4-million chapel on its campus. Read More

West Michigan schools rank among 'Green Colleges' in US

April 28, 2015
A trio of colleges in the region have scored high enough to be considered some of the nation’s “Green Colleges.” Read More

College receives $2.2M gift

April 21, 2015
A family estate has given a $2.2-million gift to a college for a variety of programs. Read More

Council of Independent Colleges names school president to board

March 25, 2015
A national nonprofit that supports independent higher education institutions has selected a local academic leader to serve on its board of directors. Read More

Supporting an active, learning senior community

Several West Michigan colleges and universities offer programs specifically designed for older adults.

February 6, 2015
West Michigan academic institutions are not only providing educational opportunities for traditional students, business professionals and workforce training solutions, but also offering lifelong learning programs to meet the intellectual needs of older adults in the community. Read More

College receives $1M gift

January 15, 2015
A lifelong learning program addressing the intellectual and spiritual needs of older learners in the region has been awarded a $1-million endowment to support its continued growth. Read More