New Summer Hours for the Enrollment Center

new summer hoursSummer Hours of Operation:

Beginning Monday June 30th through August 16th:
Monday  and Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Fall Hours of Operation Begin August 17th – Return to extended hours
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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Marygrove Golf Coach Makes Cut at PGA Professional Championship

frank_mcauliffeMarygrove College golf head coach Frank McAuliffe, the 2010 Michigan PGA Professional of the Year, made the cut at this year’s PGA Professional National Championship Monday (June 23) at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Marygrove head coach is competing against a loaded field of golf pros from across the country as they vie for the championship, spots in upcoming 2014 PGA Tour events, and other prizes.

After shooting a one-over (73) in Sunday’s opening round, McAuliffe fought off a few rough holes to make the cut with a three-over round of 75 Monday. Sitting at +4 after two rounds, McAuliffe was able to make the cut to play out the final two rounds by sitting one stroke ahead of the cut line (+5).

McAuliffe started Monday’s second round on the 10th hole and birdied the (par-4)15th after opening with four consecutive pars. The birdie brought Marygrove’s golf pro to even thru 23 holes of play against some of the best PGA professionals the nation has to offer. A pair of double-bogeys pushed McAuliffe back to the cut line with seven holes to go before he sank a key birdie (par-5) on number eight to move four-over.

At the time of release, McAuliffe sat in a tie for 67th place thru 36 holes and was seven shots back of the leader. He was in a top-20 position earlier in the day after birdying the 15th.

Coverage of the 2014 PGA Professional National Championship can be found on the Golf Channel, powered by NBC Sports, Tuesday and Wednesday. Coverage begins at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday with final round live look-ins beginning at 2 p.m. Wednesday.

Kids’ College and IMD Summer Camps at Marygrove College Begin June 30th!

IMDKids ’College and IMD Summer Camps at Marygrove College begin June 30th!

Summer camps at Marygrove provide academic support and excitement for children, and flexibility for parents.

Classes for students grades 1-8  meet Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 12:00 noon and will focus on Reading, Writing and Math and are designed

to strike a balance between academics and summer fun.  Students can register for one week or for up to 5 weeks of camp.  In addition a class in French for Kids will be offered on Fridays 10:00 – 11:30 July 11 – August 1.

IMD Art, Drama, Dance and Music camps begin July 7 and run for 3 weeks. Students can have a fun time creating art, exploring drama, and experiencing music and movement.

For more information, please call 313 927 1261.

(for Marygrove employees – staff grant funds can be used and cover 50% of tuition fees)

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Marygrove College Announced as Detroit Knight Arts Challenge Finalist

The Knight Arts Challenge Detroit is a $9 million initiative to draw the best and most innovative ideas out of local organizations and individuals seeking to engage and enrich the community through the arts.

Marygrove College is one of 88 finalists in this year’s challenge! To read more about the Knight Arts Challenge, click here or watch the video below.


Marygrove College Faculty Member Publishes New Scholarly Book

Michael Martin and BookPlease join us in congratulating Dr. Michael Martin, assistant professor of English and co-director of the Nancy A. McDonough Geschke Writing Center, whose book, Literature and the Encounter with God in Post-Reformation England, has just been released by Ashgate Publishing in the UK.

In a review, literary scholar Gregory Kneidel from the University of Connecticut calls Michael’s book “a sophisticated and informative study” that is “bolstered by penetrating insights from medieval and postmodern religious thinkers.”

Kudos to our colleague for this achievement!

Relay for Life a Great Success!

We Can Be HeroesI wanted to thank the college community for helping to make the 2014 Relay for Life a great success! The Grovers were well represented at the event, we had a great team of students, faculty and staff. And this year our campsite won “Best Decorated!”

The totals as of today are $75,534.56 for the 2014 Detroit Relay, of which the Grovers raised $2,139.03.

We still have until the end of July to make contributions and the Quilt Raffle will continue until then.

I am so proud of this community and the generosity and compassion you extend to those who suffer and are in need! Thanks for those who walked during the day and in the wee hours of the night, for those who volunteered for an hour or all day, for those who supported us by donating to the luminaries, the Quilt Raffle or maybe you offered words of support and encouragement. You all are truly the heart of our institution!

Jesse Cox