Students Explore 80+ Colleges and Universities At College Night Event

Published Sep 27, 2013
     Area high school and college students and their families can investigate the programs of more than 80 colleges and universities during Schoolcraft College’s annual College Night for 2013. The event will be held in the VisTaTech Center on the college's main campus in Livonia from 6 - 8 p.m. College Night is free and open to the community.
     The schools, primarily from Michigan and the Midwest, will be on hand to answer questions and provide information on degrees, fields of study, admission requirements, cost and extracurricular activities. A sample of in-state schools attending include Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Grand Valley State University, Wayne State University, University of Detroit Mercy, Michigan Technological University, Eastern Michigan University, Central Michigan University, Northern Michigan University, College for Creative Studies, Adrian College and Hillsdale College. Out-of-state institutions attending include Defiance College, Valparaiso University, The University of Alabama, and West Point Military Academy, to name a few. A full list of those colleges and universities attending and a map of their locations within the VisTaTech Center is available.
     In addition, representatives from the State of Michigan Student Scholarship & Grant department together with Schoolcraft College's Financial Aid Department will be on hand to provide information and answer questions. Free parking is available in the North Lot. Typically College Night draws about 3,500 people. The colleges are arranged fair-style and in alphabetical order so guests can visit as many tables and in the order they wish.

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