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Donors to community colleges are questioning the need for scholarships when state-funded programs offer “free community college.” While these programs help with education attainment, they do not cover all the expenses needed to earn a degree. For example, programs like Michigan Reconnect have limitations, such as only allowing residents to attend community college within their district, leaving a gap between in-district and out-of-district tuition.
Maria’s Story: A Life-Changing Impact
Read about Maria, a former Schoolcraft student who, through the thoughtfulness of all of you, was given the chance to continue to chase her dreams.
Invest Today – From Tragedy to Transformation
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Foundation Makes $1M Grant for Transformational Learning Space
The Foundation has made a multi-year $1 million grant to support the expansion and renovation of the VisTaTech Center. The project provides experiential learning space for Schoolcraft’s renowned Culinary Arts program and the addition of a high-tech demonstration space offering unique opportunities for academic, professional development, and community programs. The $6 million, 15,000 square-foot project […]
Alexis Gibson’s Story
Schoolcraft College President, Dr. Glenn Cerny, sat down with current student, Alexis Gibson, to discuss how the Foundation has helped with her college journey. Schoolcraft College President, Dr. Glenn Cerny: Welcome to another college chat. So we’re here in the Schoolcraft College Foundation conference room, which is brand new on our second floor, and I’ve […]
Schoolcraft College President, Dr. Glenn Cerny, sat down with current student, Natasha Carter, to discuss how the Foundation has helped with her college journey. Schoolcraft College President, Dr. Glenn Cerny: Welcome to another college chat. We’re here with Tasha, and we’re going to be looking at how the student pieces here in student life in […]
This is a letter from Lisa, our current Schoolcraft College Foundation Scholar. We thought we would let you read firsthand the impact YOU can have on the life of a Schoolcraft College student. My journey to Schoolcraft is unconventional and hard-fought. Like many students, I entered Schoolcraft as a non-traditional student after multiple crossroads in […]
Family Honors Plymouth Township Fire Chief with Memorial Scholarship
Larry F. Groth, Sr. loved his career as a fire fighter for the entire 40 years he served. He began with the City of Plymouth Department, then joined the Plymouth Township Fire Department, where he served as fire chief for more than 20 years until his retirement in 2003. His beloved wife Sandy and their […]
Learning Support Services Launches DEI Student Scholars
Schoolcraft College Foundation is pleased to announce the development of a new comprehensive program with a focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). The new DEI program will be incorporated into the existing STARS (Scholars Taking off Academically and Rising to Success) leadership program led by Learning Support Services. “I am excited to help launch […]
Steven E. McClure
Steven E. McClure, a scholarship recipient, is a disabled Army Bomb Squad Veteran who returned to college to obtain his license to teach elementary school. “I understand the importance of automation, technology, electronics, and especially robotics and I have firsthand experience in handling bomb disabling robots in combat.” His goal is to share his experiences […]