Higher Education

Colleges, universities, technical schools and training

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Co-working space partners with IT firm

September 3, 2015
An IT firm is providing job placement and tuition reimbursement for people working to improve their technology skills at a co-working space. Read More

First Steps names executive director

September 2, 2015
A new voice for early childhood services in Kent County is about to be heard. Read More

Job prospects looking better for new law students

Decreasing enrollment over last five years has created more openings.

August 28, 2015
Students entering law school this fall might have the best job prospects seen in the profession in a number of years. Read More

Cornerstone University marks its 75th anniversary

Yearlong celebration will focus on artistic, musical and social activities.

August 28, 2015
Cornerstone University is toasting to its ongoing success by recognizing its legacy. Read More

Community college buys YMCA building

August 28, 2015
A lakeshore college plans to acquire a facility near Muskegon Lake as part of its health and wellness initiative. Read More

University completes $55M science building

August 27, 2015
A West Michigan university is celebrating its new science building. Read More

Calvin tests ‘service learning’ with Clean Water Institute

New program is poised to make global waves for water and sanitation solutions.

August 21, 2015
After several years of planning, the Clean Water Institute of Calvin College officially launched earlier this summer with a mission to provide clean water access in developing regions. Read More

Davenport’s five-year plan builds on past accomplishments

Focus will be on student outcomes so graduates can compete for jobs with anyone.

August 21, 2015
Davenport University is embarking on several innovative goals as part of its Vision 2020 strategic plan. Read More

Summer housing program is a home run

Baker College partners with local employers to attract talented interns to the community.

August 21, 2015
Baker College of Muskegon helped open doors this summer by providing housing options for visiting students who are interning with West Michigan organizations. Read More

State approves funding increase for public university operations

August 21, 2015
Although the state is allocating additional funds to Michigan’s 15 public universities this year, the major source of university revenue continues to come from student tuition. Read More