Transfer Students

2014-2015

 

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Kathryn M. Benesh, B.A.
Chairperson of the Board
Senior Partner, Global Audit Succession
Deloitte & Touche LLP 
Appointed May, 2012

 

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Patricia McCluskey, IHM, Ph.D.
Vice Chairperson of the Board
Marygrove College Graduate, 1966
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Leadership Council, Mission Councilor
Appointed July, 2012

 

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Elizabeth A. Burns, M.D., M.A. 
Secretary of the Board
Marygrove College Graduate, 1972
Associate Dean for Faculty and Clinical Affairs
Western Michigan University School of Medicine
Appointed July, 2005

 

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David J. Fike, Ph.D.
President
Marygrove College
Inaugurated July, 2006

 

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Mareda (Toni) Babcock, M.A.
Board Member
IHM Associate
Marygrove College Graduate, 1947
Retired
Appointed September, 2012
    Maryfrances Barber, IHM, Ph.D.
Board Member
Marygrove College Graduate, 1974
Senior Lecturer, Chemistry Department
Wayne State University
Appointed May, 2012

 

 

 

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Alfred G. Binford, M.B.A.
Board Member
President and Chief Executive Officer
MYCOM-USA
Appointed May, 2011

 

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John C. Cavanaugh, Ph.D.
Board Member
President
Consortium of Universities
of the Washington Metropolitan Area
Appointed May, 2010
    Diane DeFrancis, B.S.
Board Member
Partner
Deloitte & Touche LLP
Appointed May, 2011

 

 

 

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Nancy Geschke, B.A., MLS
Board Member
Marygrove College Graduate, 1964
Retired
Appointed May, 2012

 

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James T. Heimbuch, J.D.       
Board Member
Partner
Bodman PLC
Appointed October, 2011

 

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Mary Ann Hinsdale, IHM, Ph.D.
Board Member
Marygrove College Graduate, 1970
Associate Professor of Theology
Boston College
Appointed May, 2012

 

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Sharon Holland, IHM, J.C.D.
Board Member
Marygrove College Graduate, 1961
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Leadership Council, Mission Councilor/Vice President
Appointed May, 2011

 

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Donna M. Jurick, SND, Ph.D.
Board Member
Executive Vice President and Provost
St. Edward’s University
Appointed May, 2009

 

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Maxine Kollasch, IHM, M.A.
Board Member
Co-founder and Partner
A Nun’s Life Ministry
Appointed May, 2012
    The Honorable Linda V. Parker, J.D.
Board Member
United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
Appointed July, 2009

 

 

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Board Member
Marygrove College Graduate, 1964
Retired
Appointed October, 2013
    Leroy C. Richie, J.D.
Board Member
Attorney
Lewis & Munday, PC
Appointed October, 2007

 

 

    Kathleen Schultz, IHM, M.A.
Marygrove College Graduate, 1965
Independent Grant Writing,
Research and Organizational Consultant
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT
David J. Fike, Ph.D.
LA130A
(313) 927-1208

VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Kenneth Malecke, M.B.A.
LA 129
(313) 927-1445

VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Marjorie Swan, M.B.A.
MC 401
(313) 927-1226

VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Jacqueline El-Sayed, Ph.D.
LA 107C
(313) 927-1207

Dr. David J. Fike

Dr. David J. Fike
President
Marygrove College
8425 W. McNichols
Detroit, MI 48221

Phone: 313.927.1208
Fax: 313.927.1315 

Message from the President

Welcome to Marygrove!

As you explore these virtual pages, you will get a glimpse of what life is really like on the campus of Marygrove College. Urban, personal, unique, cosmopolitan. Exciting, challenging, encouraging and life-transforming.

These all describe the environment where education takes place and leadership is honed. Situated as we are in the urban center that is Detroit, Marygrove has embraced the strategic vision of Urban Leadership.

What that means is something special. If you’re looking for a college that gives you the opportunity to apply your classroom knowledge in an urban laboratory, Marygrove is for you. If you’re looking for a college that educates and prepares you to take leadership positions in America’s urban centers, Marygrove is for you. And if you’re looking for an institution that is a leader itself in the life of its community, Marygrove is for you.

The Marygrove College environment fosters lifelong learning, a global perspective, personal responsibility, professionalism and leadership. It’s an environment of caring and concern for all members of the campus community as well as the global village in which we live.

With the best, highly qualified faculty, a supportive staff and top quality resources, the Marygrove learning experience is rewarding, fulfilling and fun. You can be assured of our commitment to students’ intellectual, cultural, spiritual and professional growth.

Our values as a college mandate that we help each other, respect one another, explore together and think and act in ways that we create a more just and humane world.

Competence, Compassion and Commitment…these are the values that undergird everything we do at Marygrove. These same values are what students embrace and live out as a result of their time with us.

Marygrove College presents many opportunities for students to participate in activities and programs, both intellectual and social, which transform them into competent, compassionate and committed citizens of the world. We’re happy to help.

Dr. David J. Fike

Dr. David J. Fike
President

About President Dr. David Fike

Dr. David J. Fike began his appointment as the 8th President of Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan on July 1, 2006. Dr. Fike is a member of the New Detroit Board of Directors.

Previously, Dr. Fike served as the Provost for Marygrove College and the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty for Holy Names College in Oakland, California. As the Chief Academic Officer of these century-old liberal arts institutions, Dr. Fike was responsible for academic programming, student affairs programming, enrollment services, information technology, and a variety of academic and administrative support services such as information resources, student registration processes, learning support resources, and academic advising.

Dr. Fike served as an elected official in Kensington, California from 1994 to 1998. He has held numerous appointed positions on Boards and Commissions, including the BioScience Workforce Advisory Team for the City of Oakland, the Life Sciences Task Force of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, the Bay Area’s Community Capital Investment Initiative, the Community Reinvestment Subcommittee of Alameda County’s Economic Development Advisory Board, the City of Oakland’s Sustainable Community Development Commission, the BayTEC Board of Directors, the Board of Directors of AnewAmerica Community Corporation, and the Board of Directors of the Chabot Space and Science Center.

As an economist specializing in capital markets and urban economic development, Dr Fike has provided consulting services and research in the areas of economic revitalization, sustainable community development practices, capital-access in under-served markets, and strategic decision-making. His clients have included the City of Oakland (participating in the development of the Mayor’s Economic Development Strategy, among other projects) and the Community Bank of the Bay, the first de novo community development bank in the western United States. Dr. Fike also served as part of a team with members of Shorebank Advisory Services (consulting division for the South Shore Bank in Chicago) sent to Central America to develop a strategic plan for the establishment of a nationally-chartered bank to finance infrastructure projects for El Salvador’s cooperative sector.

In 1995, Dr. Fike was granted a prestigious Kellogg National Leadership Fellowship. As a fellow, he investigated innovative public/private partnerships designing sustainable development strategies for low-income urban communities. He has presented on the topics of socially responsible investing, economic revitalization and community development and is the recipient of teaching awards from the University of Maryland, College Park and Holy Names College as well as a co-author of Everything You Need to Know About Economics, (Simon & Schuster, November 1999).

Dr. Fike possesses a B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Dr. Fike and his wife, Sylvia Rosales-Fike, are the proud parents of three children, Alexandra, Valeria, and David Thomas.

Institutional Research & Assessment

Institutional Research and Assessment (IRA) collects, organizes, stores, and disseminates data to internal and external users, and coordinates campus-wide assessment activities. This includes enrollment and academic statistics.

John Senko, Director
Institutional Research and Assessment
Liberal Arts Building, Rm 105
Marygrove College
8425 West McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48170-2599
313.927.1519

Rita Smith, Research Assistant 
Institutional Research and Assessment
Liberal Arts Building, Rm 104
Marygrove College
8425 West McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48170-2599
Phone: 313.927.1402

Fall 2013 Undergraduate Enrollment

Total Headcount

1041

Percent Full Time

76.9

Total FTE

945

Percent Female

75.0

Percent Minority

84.8

Percent Non-Traditional Age

44.1

Average Age

29

Fall 2013 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)

Total Headcount

398

Percent Full Time

42.0

Total FTE

282

Percent Female

72.1

Percent Minority

51.1

Average Age

37

Fall 2013 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)

Total Headcount

521

Percent Full Time

90.4

Total FTE

496

Percent Female

80.4

Percent Minority

7.4

Average Age

33

Winter 2013 Undergraduate Enrollment

Total Headcount

945

Percent Full Time

71.4

Total FTE

842

Percent Female

73.5

Percent Minority

83.2

Percent Non-Traditional Age

53.3

Average Age

31

Winter 2013 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)

Total Headcount

384

Percent Full Time

50.5

Total FTE

291

Percent Female

69.5

Percent Minority

54.7

Average Age

38

Winter 2013 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)

Total Headcount

604

Percent Full Time

93.7

Total FTE

585

Percent Female

79.1

Percent Minority

8.3

Average Age

34

Fall 2012 Undergraduate Enrollment

Total Headcount 954
Percent Full Time 65.7
Total FTE 845
Percent Female 74.2
Percent Minority 81.1
Percent Non-Traditional Age 50.6
Average Age 31
               
Fall 2012 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)
 
Total Headcount 362
Percent Full Time 51.7
Total FTE 276
Percent Female 70.4
Percent Minority 65.7
Average Age 38
               
Fall 2012 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)
 
Total Headcount 647
Percent Full Time 92.1
Total FTE 622
Percent Female 81.6
Percent Minority 8.3
Average Age 32

Fall 2011 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  1006  
Percent Full Time  62.1%
Total FTE  874  
Percent Female  75%
Percent Minority  85.6%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  52.1%
Average Age  31

Fall 2011 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  340  
Percent Full Time  55%
Total FTE  266  
Percent Female  69%
Percent Minority  74.5%
Average Age  39

Fall 2011 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  980  
Percent Full Time  91.4%
Total FTE  938  
Percent Female  80.8%
Percent Minority  6.5%
Average Age  32

Winter 2011 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  952  
Percent Full Time  62.2%
Total FTE  814  
Percent Female  75.3%
Percent Minority  86.3%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  54.2%
Average Age  31

Winter 2011 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  376  
Percent Full Time  57.7%
Total FTE  297  
Percent Female  75.2%
Percent Minority  76.4%
Average Age  39

Winter 2011 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1233  
Percent Full Time  95.4%
Total FTE  1204  
Percent Female  82.7%
Percent Minority  7.2%
Average Age  34

Fall 2010 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  989  
Percent Full Time  67.9%
Total FTE  869  
Percent Female  76.2%
Percent Minority  85.1%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  50.3%
Average Age  30

Fall 2010 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  346  
Percent Full Time  56.4%
Total FTE  272  
Percent Female  74.9%
Percent Minority  76.8%
Average Age  38

Fall 2010 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1367  
Percent Full Time  93.8%
Total FTE  1324  
Percent Female  82.3%
Percent Minority  7.1%
Average Age  33

Winter 2010 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  877  
Percent Full Time  61.3%
Total FTE  752  
Percent Female  75.4%
Percent Minority  86.6%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  56%
Average Age  31

Winter 2010 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  380  
Percent Full Time  61.6%
Total FTE  307  
Percent Female  72.6%
Percent Minority  77.8%
Average Age  38

Winter 2010 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1475  
Percent Full Time  94.4%
Total FTE  1433  
Percent Female  81.2%
Percent Minority  5.9%
Average Age  34

Fall 2009 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  922  
Percent Full Time  57.8%
Total FTE  784  
Percent Female  75.8%
Percent Minority  87.6%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  51.6%
Average Age  30

Fall 2009 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  371  
Percent Full Time  64.4%
Total FTE  305  
Percent Female  75.2%
Percent Minority  79.3%
Average Age  37

Fall 2009 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1484  
Percent Full Time  97.2%
Total FTE  1463  
Percent Female  81.7%
Percent Minority  5.8%
Average Age  33

Winter 2009 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  744  
Percent Full Time  46.9%
Total FTE  588  
Percent Female  76.9%
Percent Minority  88.2%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  59.1%
Average Age  31

Winter 2009 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  344  
Percent Full Time  64%
Total FTE  282  
Percent Female  70.9%
Percent Minority  82.9%
Average Age  38

Winter 2009 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1761  
Percent Full Time  94.3%
Total FTE  1708  
Percent Female  79.6%
Percent Minority  5.8%
Average Age  35

Fall 2008 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  784  
Percent Full Time  46.3%
Total FTE  623  
Percent Female  77.4%
Percent Minority  88.3%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  53.8%
Average Age  30

Fall 2008 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  387  
Percent Full Time  66.4%
Total FTE  319  
Percent Female  72.9%
Percent Minority  81.8%
Average Age  38

Fall 2008 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1703  
Percent Full Time  96.7%
Total FTE  1671  
Percent Female  80.4%
Percent Minority  5.5%
Average Age  34

Winter 2008 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  747  
Percent Full Time  47.7%
Total FTE  574  
Percent Female  76.4%
Percent Minority  87%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  63.2%
Average Age  32

Winter 2008 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  370  
Percent Full Time  64.1%
Total FTE  304  
Percent Female  76%
Percent Minority  83.6%
Average Age  39

Winter 2008 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1745  
Percent Full Time  96.2%
Total FTE  1709  
Percent Female  80.1%
Percent Minority  5.5%
Average Age  35

Fall 2007 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  788  
Percent Full Time  58.1%
Total FTE  653  
Percent Female  77.7%
Percent Minority  88.7%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  57%
Average Age  30

Fall 2007 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  371  
Percent Full Time  70.6%
Total FTE  316  
Percent Female  76.3%
Percent Minority  84%
Average Age  38

Fall 2007 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1597  
Percent Full Time  97.5%
Total FTE  1577  
Percent Female  79.8%
Percent Minority  5%
Average Age  34

Winter 2007 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  772  
Percent Full Time  52.7%
Total FTE  626  
Percent Female  78.7%
Percent Minority  89.5%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  64.6%
Average Age  32

Winter 2007 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  353  
Percent Full Time  69.7%
Total FTE  301  
Percent Female  73.3%
Percent Minority  83.2%
Average Age  37

Winter 2007 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1808  
Percent Full Time  96.8%
Total FTE  1780  
Percent Female  80.9%
Percent Minority  4.9%
Average Age  33

Fall 2006 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  780  
Percent Full Time  58.3%
Total FTE  652  
Percent Female  79%
Percent Minority  90.5%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  62.3%
Average Age  32

Fall 2006 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  408  
Percent Full Time  70.3%
Total FTE  349  
Percent Female  74.5%
Percent Minority  83.7%
Average Age  37

Fall 2006 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  1765  
Percent Full Time  96.8%
Total FTE  1737  
Percent Female  80.8%
Percent Minority  4.6%
Average Age  33

Winter 2006 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  691  
Percent Full Time  51.1%
Total FTE  552  
Percent Female  76.8%
Percent Minority  91.6%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  63.4%
Average Age  32

Winter 2006 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  409  
Percent Full Time  79%
Total FTE  366  
Percent Female  72.2%
Percent Minority  85.4%
Average Age  37

Winter 2006 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  2219%
Percent Full Time  97.3  
Total FTE  2189%
Percent Female  79.7%
Percent Minority  3.3  
Average Age  34

Fall 2005 Undergraduate Enrollment  

Total Headcount  732  
Percent Full Time  54.4%
Total FTE  584  
Percent Female  77.2%
Percent Minority  92.4%
Percent Non-Traditional Age  62.2%
Average Age  32

Fall 2005 Graduate Enrollment (On campus)  

Total Headcount  433  
Percent Full Time  84.5%
Total FTE  401  
Percent Female  72.1%
Percent Minority  87.1%
Average Age  37

Fall 2005 Graduate Enrollment (Master in the Art of Teaching online)  

Total Headcount  2426  
Percent Full Time  97%
Total FTE  2390  
Percent Female  78.2%
Percent Minority  3.6%
Average Age  34 

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