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Ferris State University and Kendall College of Art and Design have renamed the historic Federal Building the Woodbridge N. Ferris Building. Ferris President Dr. David Eisler said the new name is in honor of the former Michigan governor, U.S. senator and founder of FSU. Read More
It’s expected to give technical students an early start on a degree.
Ferris State University became the first public college in the state last week to sign an articulation agreement with the Michigan Department of Education. Read More
West Michigan’s K-12 educators will have a new college to turn to this summer for ongoing certification. Read More
ArtServe Michigan, a statewide nonprofit arts and cultural advocacy organization, announced David M. Rosen, president of Kendall College of Art & Design of Ferris State University, was elected to the board of directors. Read More
Kendall College of Art and Design's rehabilitation of the Federal Building in downtown Grand Rapids has been named one of the projects to receive the 2013 Governor's Award for Historic Preservation. Read More
The faculty union at Ferris State University has filed an unfair labor practice charge after the university board rejected a five-year contract. Read More
There is concern for future of federal student aid as Congress prepares budget.
LANSING — Public universities in Northern and West Michigan are trying to become smarter with their money as state appropriations continue to decline and other revenue sources fail to pick up the slack. Read More
The space in Room 131 that was once Ferris State University’s Interdisciplinary Resource Center in Big Rapids has been transformed into the new Center for Latino Studies. Read More
To hear Ferris State University President David Eisler tell it, the old Federal Building, which now houses Kendall College of Art and Design’s downtown Grand Rapids campus, was one of the biggest eyesores in the city. When the college acquired the structure, plastic sheeting kept rainwater from ruining the flooring in some of its upper reaches. Read More