Colleges, universities, technical schools and training
College students from across the world will gather online to present their ideas to solve complex global issues.
Calvin University will be constructing its first school, less than a year after changing its name, courtesy of a $22.25 million gift from anonymous donors.
DETROIT — Summer school remains up in the air for kindergarten through 12th graders across Michigan, but some districts are making tentative plans for sessions that take into account protections against the COVID-19 virus.
Touring college campuses and attending open houses usually are among the deciding factors in where students will choose to continue their educational journey.
WEST BLOOMFIELD — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will ask the Michigan Legislature to provide at least $94.4 million to Detroit's public schools to settle a lawsuit that describes the city's schools as "slum-like" and incapable of delivering access to literacy.
Calvin University is partnering with Helix Diagnostics in planning for in-person classes this fall.
Calvin University announced it is renovating the Spoelhof Center into a state-of-the-art design hub that will bring students together from a variety of majors.
Grand Rapids Community College was one of 16 schools in the nation to be named a 2020 Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development and the publication Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
Aquinas College President Kevin Quinn formed the AQ Opens Task Force to develop a plan for students to return to campus for in-class learning and other on-campus activities for the fall semester.
Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University will be celebrating its senior class throughout the week.
Davenport University will be offering an online course to individuals who have lost their jobs after March 1 because of the new coronavirus.
A local school has surpassed its previous national ranking.
A local college established the Accelerated Master in Education (AME) program, which aims to develop K-12 grade teachers.
UPDATE (9:24 a.m. April 23, 2020): Grand Rapids Public Schools announced that the grab and go meal site located at Hope Academy is closed and will not be re-opening.
(As seen on WZZM 13 TV) A team of West Michigan organizations is working to provide resources and support for a group of frontline workers putting their health and families at risk to help others during COVID-19: child care providers.
Connie Sattler and Dr. Tom Heetderks joined Cornerstone University’s Professional & Graduate Studies (PGS) in full-time roles.
Grand Rapids Public Schools students are scheduled to begin distance learning April 27 through the school system’s GRPS Continuity of Learning Plan.
A local college will alleviate the financial burdens for students this summer.
Five faculty members at a local college will be closing the curtains on their professional academic careers.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is one step closer to a goal she laid out for Michigan last year.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) With the cancelation of in-person classes, educational institutions now have to completely rely on online learning, but one local university is trying something new.
The faculty members in the Grand Rapids Community College Nursing Department are on the frontlines.