Higher Education

Colleges, universities, technical schools and training


GRPS seeks support for $175M bond proposal

The school district is pursuing a bond proposal to invest in its future growth.

October 9, 2015
Grand Rapids Public Schools is encouraging community members to vote during election day Nov. 3 in support of its roughly $175 million bond proposal to “Secure, Connect and Transform” the district by investing in security, technology and facilities improvements. Read More

Community colleges push job training

Programs are being offered both at schools and on location.

October 9, 2015
LANSING — Michigan employers can get free job training for their new workers from local community colleges. Read More

Restructuring process takes its toll

Calvin College reviews viability of six humanities programs.

October 9, 2015
Calvin College is considering the elimination of several academic programs as part of its restructuring process. Read More

Universities win national diversity award

October 6, 2015
Two West Michigan universities are being recognized for their commitment to diversity. Read More

ArtPrize party benefits GRPS art programs

October 5, 2015
Ain’t no party like an ArtPrize party. Read More

GRCC hopes to produce class of ‘ethical hackers’

School becomes certified training center for defense against cyber attacks.

October 2, 2015
Grand Rapids Community College has become a training ground for digital guardians to keep digital thieves away from your digital treasures. Read More

Davenport University launches 12-month MBA program

Degree is the same as the traditional one but on a condensed schedule.

October 2, 2015
In line with today’s fast-paced business environment, professionals can now earn an MBA within a year. Read More

College considers cutting six academic programs

October 1, 2015
A college is considering cutting six academic programs based on low enrollments. Read More

Universal Health Solutions produces Rethinking Brain Health

September 30, 2015
An organization dedicated to integrative medicine is producing a conference on brain health. 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