Colleges, universities, technical schools and training
A Lansing-based internet service provider with nearly two decades of experience is making it presence felt in West Michigan.
Grand Valley State University named Steven Hodas as the executive director of GV NextEd Accelerator, a GVSU initiative that is designed to reduce institutional barriers to learning and develop new approaches and support for learners, educators and families.
Michael Le Roy will be stepping down as president of Calvin University after the 2021-22 academic year, opting not to renew his contract, the university said.
EAST LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday proposed expanding government-funded preschool to 22,000 eligible but unenrolled 4-year-olds in Michigan, saying too many cannot access an "incredible opportunity" because of inadequate funding.
The Western Michigan University Foundation is the recipient of the largest gift for a public institution of higher education in U.S. history.
Cornerstone University’s board of trustees unanimously appointed Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riaño as its 12th president.
School board members, administrators, students and project partners of Byron Center Public Schools recently broke ground on the new Nickels Intermediate Building.
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer proposed using a budget surplus to finally eliminate a funding gap among K-12 districts, 27 years after Michigan overhauled the financing of public education.
Davenport University is partnering with the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency to offer four-year scholarships to General Electric employees.
Grand Valley State University is partnering with five other universities and colleges nationally to give students the opportunity to find solutions to some of higher education’s most challenging problems through the launch of REP4, Rapid Education Prototyping for Change, Learners, Community, Equity.
First lady Jill Biden will be visiting Grand Rapids Community College on Thursday as it hosts a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at GRCC’s Administration Building, 415 E. Fulton St.
Aquinas College is offering a new accounting and auditing certificate program in response to an increasing demand for nonaccounting professionals to partner with financial teams.
Grand Rapids Community College trustee Kathy Crosby is stepping down from her position on the school’s board of trustees to focus on her health.
A Delton Kellogg High School senior was one of 100 students in the country to receive a $40,000 scholarship to continue studying computer science in college this fall.
The Air Zoo Aerospace and Science Center is partnering with a nonprofit to offer free educational flight experience to middle and high school students in the greater Kalamazoo area.
One United Bank of Michigan employee is on a mission to ensure children understand the value of money before they grow older.
The Amy Van Andel Library – Ada Community Center is officially open following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
GRAND RAPIDS — Schools in some of West Michigan's largest counties can make their own COVID-19 quarantine policies, local health departments said Friday.
Aquinas College plans to bring its students back on campus and resume normal in-person classes and student activities for the fall 2021 semester.
LANSING — A split Michigan Legislature voted Wednesday to exempt high school graduation ceremonies from the state's order that restricts crowd sizes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kent County educators now have an opportunity to join a free professional learning fellowship that focuses on anti-racist teaching and racial equity.
Hudsonville Public Schools, the largest school district in Ottawa County, is constructing a new school building.
Cornerstone University opened its Mary De Witt Center for Nursing for students to become licensed registered nurses.
The talent shortage is real, and one local company is working to solve it with a training program that turns employees into leaders.
A new coalition is raising awareness around the lack of recess and is advocating for the increase in physical activity, play and recess for all students in Michigan.