Do low-income college students who receive public benefits stay in school longer and complete their studies faster?
Wayne State University’s board has approved a tougher new admissions policy aimed at boosting the school’s graduation rate.
It’s an idea that probably sounds good to a lot of Michigan families: Free college tuition. Some Democratic lawmakers are working on a proposal that would do just that.
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The head of Wayne State University wants to make it tougher to be admitted into the school.
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Michigan’s community colleges are seeing lower enrollment this fall versus a year ago and some students also are taking lighter class loads.
Recently released Census figures show women have surpassed men in the number of advanced degrees earned.
Eastern Michigan University President Susan Martin made an impassioned plea against the proposed cuts in state funding during her separate appearances last week before the house and senate appropriations subcommittees on higher education.