Attention social workers, counselors, and others in the helping professions! Marygrove College’s Division of Continuing Education and the Social Work Department announce the Winter/Spring 2012 Professional Education Series for Behavioral Health Care Providers called Friday Lunch and Learn Workshops. If you are looking for affordable, dynamic workshops on relevant topics, checkout these: Continue reading
Train for a new career by taking Pharmacy Technician or Medical Billing and Coding certificate classes; develop important new skills by enrolling in a grant writing or MS Office class; or get ready for the MTTC with a Basic Math Skills or English Grammar class. Classes start in January so register today! Continue reading
Marygrove Professor Donald Rizzo, Ph.D., is the recipient of the 2012 Michigan Campus Compact (MCC) Faculty/Staff Community Service-Learning Award! This is a significant biennial award that MCC bestows on faculty and staff at MCC member campuses. Continue reading
Parallels in History: The Politics of Bridge Building in Detroit Continue reading
“Course and Instructor Evaluations” for Fall 2011 will be available for you to complete until Saturday, Dec. 17.
Log into Blackboard and click the “Course Evaluations” link in the “Tools” panel on the “My Marygrove” tab. You will be directed to a central page which lists all of your available course evaluations.
Attention students! As Final Exams approach, you may find yourself looking for a quiet place to study. Well, look no more! Continue reading
Marygrove will once again provide toys and clothing for the children residing at Peggy’s Place and Interim House as part of the Angel Tree program. The College is also planning a Christmas party for the children and parents with fun activities and food. Continue reading
They have extended their office hours from Dec. 5 – Dec. 11, to assist students in preparing for final exams. Continue reading
On November 29, 2011, the Student Government Association hosted “Take Control of Your Studies.” This event allowed students to receive tutoring in different subjects. In addition, SGA sponsored a raffle for students to win a $250 dollar book scholarship. The winner of scholarship was Chantanae Bankhead.