The Detroit Regional Chamber’s Detroit Drives Degrees Community College Collaborative (D3C3) announced over $30 million in support from Ballmer Group and the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation. The initiative is a partnership with seven Southeast Michigan community colleges, including Schoolcraft College, to ensure students have equitable educational opportunities and graduate with high-value credentials or degrees that lead to good-paying, in-demand jobs with local employers, boosting the Region’s overall prosperity.
Site will include Ambulatory Surgery Center for outpatient procedures At this new, state-of-the-art location, St. Joe’s and IHA are bringing together leading health care providers and services to offer a continuum of care under one roof to Livonia and the surrounding communities. It also provides new opportunities for Schoolcraft students. “The Livonia Medical Center, positioned […]
Schoolcraft College – College News – April 19, 2021 Schoolcraft College won Best Local College in the Detroit Free Press’ annual Best of the Best Award contest, which was announced in the Sunday, April 18, edition. The award reflects voting by community members and is the Official Community Choice Awards for the Detroit Free Press. […]
DBusiness Magazine – April 13, 2021 Schoolcraft College made the list! Click here to view the complete list.
C&G Newspapers – March 23, 2021 (By: Mark Vest) Distinguished Alumni and Schoolcraft College Foundation Emeritus Board Member, Dr. Gary Gabel, is featured in this article with co-writer Tom Buck. “Over the course of years, I have seen people suddenly experience significant emotional events that were so profound that they caused them to seriously question […]
To help celebrate Black History Month, we are sharing essays generously provided by a Schoolcraft College faculty member, a SC alumni and a SC student. Each is featured in the February issue of BLAC Magazine.
By Dawn Dyer Magretta | RealClearEducation | February 5, 2021
As parents, we start nagging our kids in elementary school: “You’ve got to go to college.” Middle-school counselors push college marketing brochures into their hands. High school is a weary whirl of college admissions tests and campus tours.
College News – February 11, 2021 (Source: Schoolcraft College) The Schoolcraft College Board of Trustees selected Brett Gierak as its new Trustee during a special Board meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Gierak fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Gretchen Alaniz in December. The appointment begins on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, and continues through […]
Crain’s Detroit Business – January 12, 2021 Features alum and former chair of the culinary arts department at Schoolcraft College, Master Chef Shawn Loving, who was hired as the new executive chef of the private club in downtown Detroit effective Jan. 18, according to a Tuesday news release from the DAC. Click here to read the rest of his story.
By Dawn Magretta | Published 10:35 p.m. ET Dec 22, 2020 in The Detroit News Go to a university. Pay tuition, books and housing for four or five years. Get a good job. For years, that was the ideal we presented to our kids. The only way to make it in life was to get a […]