History and Political Science Senior Seminar Presentations: The History and Politics of Detroit

seminar-presentationsThe Departments of History and Political Science invite you to enjoy their Senior Seminar presentations.

Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012
1:30-3:30 pm, LA 242 Continue reading

Attention students who have not registered for Winter 2013 term!

Academic holds?
Balance due?
Financial aid?
Appeals, etc.?


For the next 2 weeks (Dec. 11-14  and Dec. 17-20), the Enrollment Center will be open from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday to help you register for classes!

Marygrove will have representatives available from Registration & Enrollment, Financial Aid, Business Services, Academic Advising and others to resolve your issues on-the-spot and get you registered for Winter Semester 2013. Continue reading

Mustang Sports Report: Dec. 10, 2012


Marygrove College Athletics has been a member of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) for nearly the entire history of the athletic program. In 2007, the Mustangs joined a new association, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), to strengthen their athletic brand while offering student-athletes greater exposure. This season, our athletic teams joined the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) within the NAIA to once again increase the student-athlete experience. Continue reading

STUDENTS: Please complete your Course and Instructor Evaluations








STUDENTS: This is a reminder to complete your “Course and Instructor Evaluations.” The evaluations for your Marygrove Fall 2012 courses are available for you to complete until 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 16.

Here is what to do: Continue reading

News & Updates

Here’s something we’re inspired by: our instant message (IM) service is becoming an increasingly popular method for students to get help from a librarian. Students can initiate a chat from their own computer or mobile device, but more often they’re using the library’s chat widget on the right side of our homepage: http://research.marygrove.edu/. Below you can see a chart of IM growth over the past few months, and below that you can view the transcript of one of our IM conversations. We look forward to chatting with you!



December 5, 2012, IM transcript:

13:36 student: hello how do i read a ebook
13:36 librarian: Hi, this is your librarian.
13:36 librarian: I’d be happy to help.
13:36 librarian: Do you have a particular title in mind?
13:36 librarian: By the way, in case we disconnected I’m at 313.927.1346
13:37 student: Learning to Teach in Primary School
13:37 librarian:…

View original post 248 more words

AD in the Deaf Community

Hello all:

As a result of our latest victory, a faith-based Get Out the Vote hosted an event prior to election and our first request for a sign language interpreter was made. Hooray!!! As I proceeded with my professor in ensuring an interpreter was provided, we succeeded in making sure a sign language intepreter was present. It is really an awesome feeling to see your work in advocacy succeed.

Before I continue, I want to ensure that all the readers and followers of this blog understand the process in what it takes to secure a sign language interpreter and what it means to a deaf/hard of hearing person to have one. For starters, whenever a deaf or hard of hearing person needs to conduct business of any sort for themselves, whether its a doctor’s appointment, job interview or job training, education, attorney meeting, or any event or situation that a deaf person needs to…

View original post 711 more words

A TEACH-IN on the Educational Achievement Authority, Dec. 5

Teach-InMarygrove CollegeMaster of Social Justice Students and the Participatory ActionResearch Team  present: A TEACHIN on the Educational Achievement Authority

Wednesday, Dec. 5,  2012
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Madam Cadillac Building – Denk Chapman Hall
8425 W. McNichols, Detroit, MI 48221
For information, contact: (313) 927-1418. Continue reading