An adjunct professor of Sociology, Griffin said Black History Month is a time to focus on major times and events in history.
The new WeConnect Mentorship Program aims to assist Reconnect students with navigating the college experience.
A student in the College’s Real Estate Property Management program, Pavlich said Black History Month provides opportunities for teaching others about Black culture and contributions by Black individuals.
The Dean of Occupational Programs, Business and Education at Schoolcraft College says Black History Month is a great time to celebrate Black history.
The first-ever Campus Ambassador Week showcases the efforts of the students who give tours, promote the College and do so much more.
Barry Melancon, the CEO of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, will host students for a Coffee & Conversations event later this month in the Vistatech Center.
Colin Rhys Camper earned his Associate of Applied Science Degree in 2021 and now works as a billing adjudicator for a car insurance company. It’s a career, he said, he did not realize was an option.
Students, faculty and staff recently packaged and delivered more than 85 gifts to those in a local shelter
Students spent time at West Farmington Cemetery, familiarizing themselves with the layout and documenting buried remains for their class
The annual sale of ceramic bowls, dishes and other items went a long way in helping Schoolcraft students in need of food.
The team will take the ice beginning in the 2024-2025 season and play in the American Collegiate Hockey Association
The second year of Otaku U is back with vendors, activities and more taking place.