New Student Orientation 2014 Schedule

8-26 Cover PhotoThursday

8:30 AM, Madame Cadillac: Registration and Check-In

9:00 AM, Alumni Hall: Welcome

9:30 AM, Madame Cadillac Lawn/ Alumni Hall: Ice Breakers

10:00 AM, Alumni Hall: Mission Integration

11:00 AM, Alumni Hall: Diversity and Social Justice

12:00 PM, Madame Cadillac Lawn/Alumni Hall: Lunch

1:00 PM, Library Computer Lab, Green & Gold Room, Library Lecture Hall, Campus Tour

2:00 PM, Library Computer Lab, Green & Gold Room, Library Lecture Hall, Campus Tour

3:00 PM, Library Computer Lab, Green & Gold Room, Library Lecture Hall, Campus Tour

4:00 PM, Alumni Hall: Convocation

5:00 PM, Alumni Hall: Close

Friday

8:30 AM, Madame Cadillac: Registration and Check-In

9:00 AM, Alumni Hall: Welcome

9:30 AM, Madame Cadillac Lawn/ Alumni Hall: Ice Breakers

10:00 AM, Alumni Hall: Leadership

11:00 AM, Library Computer Lab, Green & Gold Room, Library Lecture Hall, Campus Tour

12:00 PM, Madame Cadillac Lawn/Alumni Hall: Lunch

1:00 PM, Green and Gold Room, Main Dinning, Library Lecture Hall

2:00 PM, Green and Gold Room, Main Dinning, Library Lecture Hall

3:00 PM, Green and Gold Room, Main Dinning, Library Lecture Hall

4:00 PM, Alumni Hall: Mustang Race

5:00 PM, Alumni Hall: Close

It’s Not Too Late to Register for Classes!

Student with BackbackWe’ve been saying it since 1905 and we’re still saying it: You can earn your degree and we’re here to ensure that you do!

Whether you need help with applications, financial aid, placement testing, or selecting your classes, we’re here to help. But you must act quickly! Classes begin September 2, 2014.

To better assist our students, we’ve extended our hours:

  • Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

If you have questions, feel free to call (855) 628-6279, email us at info@marygrove.edu, or stop by the Admissions Offices located in the Liberal Arts building, room 115.

We’re ready and waiting to assist, and we look forward to hearing from you very soon!

Assistant Professor Tracy Halloran Pearson’s Work to be Performed at Detroit Dance City Festival

tracy_holloran_pearsonMarygrove Assistant Professor Tracy Halloran Pearson has choreographed two works that will be performed in the Detroit Dance City Festival (DDCF) at the YMCA Boll Theater (1401 Broadway St. Detroit, MI 48226).

Portrait is about how women view themselves in relationship to other women and will be performed on Friday, August 22 at 6:00 p.m. by members of the Marygrove College Dance Company.

On Sunday, Aug. 24 at 6:00 p.m., Ms. Pearson’s Beautiful will be performed by Marygrove alumni, Teresa Muller. 

Open House for New and Transfer Students

Transfer Open HouseOn August 18, Marygrove College is hosting an Open House Event for New and Transfer Students.

Attending this event will give you the opportunity to walk our campus, meet our professors, and learn about all the financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to you:

  • Did you know that you may qualify for 60–100 percent of your tuition in gift aid? That’s financial aid you don’t have to pay back!
  • Students with financial need and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 qualify to receive up to 100% of their tuition costs in financial aid WITHOUT ANY LOANS.

Our Open House Event is happening on August 18th from 9 am – 12 pm or 1 – 5 pm. To RSVP for the event, simply visit this link: http://mrygrv.co/1kWzOnR

Marygrove IMD Director named to Kresge Arts in Detroit Advisory Council

Judith MolinaHuge congratulations to Judith Molina, Director of the Institute of Music and Dance at Marygrove College, who has been invited to serve as a member of the Kresge Arts in Detroit Advisory Council for a 2 year term beginning July 2014.

The Advisory Council provides oversight and credibility to the selection process for the Kresge Eminent Artist Award, and nominates local and national independent panelists to adjudicate the Kresge Artist Fellowship Awards each year. The council consists of highly regarded members of metropolitan Detroit’s diverse cultural community in the literary, performing and visual arts. Judith’s expertise and knowledge of the arts in Detroit is recognized with this honor.