The state’s Education Achievement Authority, which currently operates low-performing schools in Detroit, has lost nearly a quarter of its students in the past year.
Michigan Technological University last week reported its largest freshman class since 2008, the fifth straight year of graduate student enrollment, record minority enrollment and its second-highest-ever female enrollment.
Swift declines in school enrollment across the Detroit area are driving school districts into debt and forcing administrators to make cuts to avoid greater financial disaster – or a state takeover.
HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University Thursday reported that the total number of students on campus this fall is 6,945, including 1,410 new undergraduates, both first-year and transfer students. That’s down from 7,031 a year ago. […]
Grand Valley State University announced Thursday that a record number of first-year students enrolled this fall.
Detroit Collegiate Prep Academy is one of the schools that has experienced early enrollment success as 100 percent of their 9th graders are returning for their sophomore year.
Community colleges in Metro Detroit are anticipating another year of record enrollment in 2012.
Parents once again can begin enrolling their children in Michigan’s prepaid tuition program.
Enrollment on the University of Michigan Ann Arbor campus remains at record levels for the third consecutive year in fall 2011 with 42,716 students, according to the UM Office of the Registrar.
Michigan’s community colleges are seeing lower enrollment this fall versus a year ago and some students also are taking lighter class loads.