Schoolcraft to U Partners Hosting Open Houses
 

Schoolcraft College is now working with the University of Toledo and Wayne State University to offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees on its main campus in Livonia so you can pursue advanced degrees in a familiar setting starting this fall.

Please see the information below about upcoming open house events provided by each of our partners. We hope you will join us for one or both of these events to learn more about the new exciting degree programs being offered at Schoolcraft College through the Schoolcraft to U Partnership Program.

Schoolcraft to U Partners Hosting Open Houses to share information about bachelor’s and master’s degrees to be offered at Schoolcraft College in Fall 2014

  • University of Toledo: (Rescheduled) Wednesday, April 2, 5 – 7:30 p.m., VisTaTech Center, main campus in Livonia
  • Wayne State University: Tuesday, March 18, 4:30 – 7:30 p.m., VisTaTech Center, main campus in Livonia

The University of Toledo and Wayne State University, the Schoolcraft to U partner universities, will each host an Open House at Schoolcraft College to share information and raise awareness about the programs that each school will be offering at Schoolcraft College beginning with the Fall 2014 semester.

Admissions and financial aid representatives and academic advisors from both universities and Schoolcraft College will be on hand to answer questions and assist prospective students with completion of admissions applications on site during both Open House events.

More information about the Schoolcraft to U program including bachelor and master degree programs being offered through Schoolcraft College can be found at www.schoolcraft.edu/SCtoU.

Schoolcraft to U

Comments:

This is really wonderful. When I started my college adventure (as it tuned out) at Schoolcraft Community College in the fall of 1965 there were two buildings, and one of them was an administration building. At the time I was happy just to be getting my Associates Degree. If it wasn't for Schoolcraft I'm positive I would never have gone to college at all. As it turned out I ended up with a B.B.A. from EMU. 

My school has come a long way from that single dirt parking lot. Having grown up at Seven Mile and Farmington I've had the opportunity to witness a lot of history at that corner dating back to the middle 1950's. Wow.

Richard Ford, Plymouth 

 

 

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