Madonna University |
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|Madonna University is an independent, coeducational, Catholic liberal arts university sponsored by the Felician Sisters of Livonia, Michigan. The University, founded in 1947, is an outgrowth of Presentation Junior College (1937 to 1947). Through a strong general education curriculum integrated with liberal arts and career-oriented majors, the University offers programs leading to doctoral, master’s, bachelor’s, and associate degrees and certificates.
Northwood Institute |
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|On March 23, 1959, two young men with an idea, a goal, and a pragmatic philosophy to encompass it all, broke away from their careers in a traditional college structure to create a new concept in education.
Their visionary idea became a reality when Dr. Arthur E. Turner and Dr. R. Gary Stauffer enrolled 100 students at Northwood Institute, using a 19th century mansion in Alma, Michigan, as a school building, a small amount of borrowed money for operating expenses, and a large amount of determination.
Time has validated the success of what these two young educators called "The Northwood Idea" - incorporating the lessons of the American free-enterprise society into the college classroom.
School Craft College |
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|Schoolcraft College was established in 1961. Originally named Northwest Wayne County Community College, the college officially changed the name to Schoolcraft College on February 6, 1963 after an American geologist Henry Schoolcraft.
Schoolcraft is a comprehensive, open door, community-based College. The mission of the College is to provide a transformational learning experience designed to increase the capacity of individuals and groups to achieve intellectual, social, and economic goals.