In accordance with federal regulations set forth by The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, below is a summary of consumer information that must be made available to all students at Marygrove College. Each topic listed gives a brief description of the information that must be disclosed and explains how it can be obtained. If you need assistance obtaining information listed or you would like a paper copy, contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Financial Aid Information
General information about Marygrove College
Safety and Security
Current tuition and fee information can be found at http://marygrove.edu/future-students/financial-services/tuition-a-fees.html.
Financial aid comes in the form of Federal loans.
The financial aid process for Marygrove College can be found at http://marygrove.edu/current-students/financial-aid/financial-aid-process.html.
Method and Frequency of Disbursements
Financial Aid is disbursed your student account in different ways depending on the type of aid and other factors. The earliest date that aid is disbursed is the Friday following the end of the add/drop period for the semester.
Thereafter, aid will be disbursed:
Financial aid awards will require adjustment if you are not enrolled for the number of credits for which your aid was awarded.
Loans administered by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) are first applied directly to your MGC student account to pay charges for tuition, fees, book card, insurance, and other MGC charges.
Students whose financial aid exceeds the charges on their MGC account will have a credit and will receive a refund. This refund will be mailed to your current address as listed in your MGC record within 14 days after the credit appears on your MGC account.
Private Scholarship Checks
If you are awarded a private scholarship check and it is sent directly to MGC, it will be applied directly to your MGC account after all terms and conditions of the scholarship are met. The donor will be contacted if there is a need for additional information. The funds will be applied one half for the Fall semester and one half for the Winter semester unless otherwise specified by the donor.
If the scholarship check is sent directly to you but is made out to MGC you should take or send it to the MGC Business Office for processing.
If the scholarship check is sent directly to you and is made co-payable to you and MGC, endorse the check and take or send it to the MGC Business Office.
If the scholarship is made payable to you only, it is your responsibility to report this resource to the OSFA.
This information can be found at http://www.marygrove.edu/current-students/financial-aid/loans.html.
This information can be found at www.nslds.ed.gov.
This information can be found at www.nslds.ed.gov.
This information can be found at https://www.marygrove.edu/satisfactory-academic-progress-sap
Federal and state governments mandate the establishment and enforcement of a satisfactory academic progress (SAP) policy. Failure to maintain SAP requires the student receive financial aid on a probationary basis or that financial aid eligibility be cancelled all together until SAP as defined by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) is met. Students have the right to appeal their status if they have mitigating circumstances they believe prevented them from maintaining or achieving SAP. Students are notified when they are not meeting SAP and told what they must do for continued aid eligibility. Undergraduate students are considered to be making SAP and are financial aid eligible if they:
Students who consistently fail to meet this standard may jeopardize their eligibility for financial aid, including student loans and work study. The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) will notify you when your eligibility for financial aid is in jeopardy. The notification will include what you must do to regain eligibility or avoid losing eligibility.
The OSFA SAP policy may differ from that of Marygrove College. While a student may be considered in “good standing” with Marygrove College, they may not necessarily be making Financial Aid SAP.
If you cannot complete a course or if you cannot attend any courses for which you registered, you must withdrawal ("drop") officially from the class or from the College.
The date on which the Registrar’s Office receives and signs the withdrawal request will be the official date of withdrawal and will determine the amount of any adjustment of tuition, fees and financial aid after classes have begun.
All refunds will first be applied to any indebtedness which you may have with the College.
If you need to withdraw from one or more classes, you must obtain a withdrawal form from the Registrar’s Office or Enrollment Center.
If you need to withdraw from all classes for the semester, you must contact the Office of Academic Advising and Career Services to complete a "Withdrawal from College" form.
If you withdraw from the College and are the recipient of Title IV funds, they will be subject to the prorated calculations for determining the refund.
The College will use the following table to determine your refundable tuition and fees.
Withdrawal from Fall and Winter
10 - 15 Week Classes
First Week: 100%
Second Week: 50%
Third Week: 25%
Fourth Week or after: 0%
5 - 9 Week Classes
First Week: 80%
Second Week: 35%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week: 0%
1 - 4 Week Classes
First Week: 75%
Second Week: 25%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week or after: 0
Withdrawal from Summer
10 - 15 Week Classes
First Week: 100%
Second Week: 50%
Third Week: 25%
Fourth Week or after: 0%
5 - 9 Week Classes
First Week: 80%
Second Week: 35%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week: 0%
1 - 4 Week Classes
First Week: 75%
Second Week: 25%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week or after: 0
Refunds are calculated on the basis of the number of class sessions scheduled to be completed at the time of the withdrawal, not the number of class sessions attended by the student.
Students may be eligible to receive a refund check from Marygrove College when payments posted to their student account exceed tuition and fees charged. Student can log onto the Webadvisor and check the Account Summary link to confirm their refund eligibility.
If posting of Title IV Financial Aid (Pell, SEOG, & Stafford Loans) results in a credit balance on your Student Account. A refund check will be mailed to your permanent address within 14 days of the aid posting to your student account.
If your credit balance is a result of a Parent PLUS loan posting to your account, a check will be mailed to the borrower of the loan within 14 days.
Refund checks are mailed to the permanent address that you have provided to Marygrove College. If your address is incorrect, you must show proper documentation through the Registrar’s Office.
All refunds are reviewed for eligibility prior to processing. If you become ineligible for Financial Aid, all balances due to the reduction or loss of Financial Aid funds are the responsibility of the student.
It is College policy that all refunds are mailed to the current address on file. Refund checks CANNOT be picked up at the Business Office for any reason.
Students eligible for financial aid loans from federal sources can defer tuition payments based upon acceptance and receipt of these awards. If, for any reason, these awards are not forthcoming within a reasonable length of time, the full balance of tuition and fees is due and payable upon the demand of the College. Should it be necessary to place a delinquent account with a collection agency, all fees — including reasonable attorney fees — become the responsibility of the student.
Tuition and fees are payable in full by the last day of the add/drop period (see tuition due dates below). For students pre-registering for classes, statements will be mailed to their permanent address approximately 4-6 weeks before classes begin. It is the responsibility of the student to maintain their permanent address with the Registrar’s Office. All e-mail communication will go to the student’s Marygrove e-mail address only.
Students MUST pay for the entire cost of the semester by the end of the first week of classes (See Tuition Due Dates). Upon registering for each term, students must enter into a Tuition Management System (TMS) payment plan for any tuition or fee not covered by financial aid. If you intend to spread payments out over the semester, these payment options involve additional charges and fees.
Student Loan Ombudsman
If you are in dispute about your federal student loan, contact the Federal Student Aid Ombudsman Group as a last resort. The Omfudsman Group is dedicated to helping resolve disputes related to Direct Loans, Federal Family Education Loans (FFEL) Program loans, Guaranteed Student Loans, and Perkins Loans.
For online assistance: http://studentaid.gov/replay-loans/disputes/prepare
By telephone: 877-577-2575
By fax: 202-275-0549
U.S. Department of Education
FSA Ombudsman Group
830 First St., N.E., Mail Stop 5144
Washington, D.C. 20202-5144
Financial Services (Billing, Payments and Collections)
Phone: (313) 927-1227
Fax: (313) 927-1533
Isis Taylor-Thompkins, Director, Financial Services
Ayana Boyer, Bursar
Following the final day of registration (end of add/drop period), all Marygrove students are required to maintain a zero balance on their student account or have met all agreed-upon payment arrangements. Those who have not met these criteria will be deemed to be in default. Students who have enrolled in courses but have not paid in full or made payment arrangements by the payment deadline (i.e., those in default) will be notified by the College that they will be administratively withdrawn from courses. The payment deadline is six business days prior to the first day of each term. Students who have not made satisfactory arrangements by the end of the final day of registration will be administratively withdrawn (dropped) from their courses.
Students who are administratively withdrawn from their courses may not attend classes and must follow the normal add/drop policies to be re-registered into courses. This requires obtaining the instructor’s and advisor’s signatures for open courses that have met or are closed, and the advisor’s signature for open courses during the add/drop week. Please note that a late registration fee will be also assessed for those re-registering.
In addition to a $100 deferred payment charge, any student at any time in default will not be allowed to register for classes, receive academic transcripts, have academic credits certified, or receive a diploma at graduation. Any student in default may also be subject to withdrawal from the College and their student account being referred to a collection agency.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) afford eligible students certain rights with respect to their education records. (An “eligible student” under FERPA is a student who is 18 years of age or older or who attends a postsecondary institution.) These rights include:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202
[NOTE: In addition, a school may want to include its directory information public notice, as required by §99.37 of the regulations, with its annual notification of rights under FERPA.]
[Optional] See the list below of the disclosures that postsecondary institutions may make without consent.
FERPA permits the disclosure of PII from students’ education records, without consent of the student, if the disclosure meets certain conditions found in §99.31 of the FERPA regulations. Except for disclosures to school officials, disclosures related to some judicial orders or lawfully issued subpoenas, disclosures of directory information, and disclosures to the student, §99.32 of FERPA regulations requires the institution to record the disclosure. Eligible students have a right to inspect and review the record of disclosures. A postsecondary institution may disclose PII from the education records without obtaining prior written consent of the student —
Marygrove College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the largest of six regional associations, recognized by the United States Department of Education.
For current accreditation information, please visit https://www.marygrove.edu/accreditation.
Information on the degree (undergraduate and graduate) and non-degree programs offered at Marygrove College can be found in the Academics section of our website.
There are 3 buildings on campus that house classrooms, smart classrooms, laboratories, studios, etc.
A directory of faculty can be found on our website under the Faculty/Staff tab.
You can begin the process of joining other transfer students by completing a few simple steps.
First, request that an official transcript be sent to Marygrove College, Office of Admissions, from each college or university you have attended. If you have earned fewer than 24 semester credits, a high school transcript is also required.
For admission to Marygrove, your college transcripts must show a minimum of a C (2.0) or better cumulative grade point average. Most of our transfer students excel in their studies and qualify for academic scholarships at Marygrove. However, students who have been academically dismissed from other academic institutions may not be considered eligible for admission to Marygrove College.
If you attended a community college and do not have an associate’s degree, you may need to submit proof of your high school graduation (i.e., diploma, transcript of GED scores) to be eligible for financial aid.
Generally, Marygrove will accept college level courses from accredited institutions on transfer if you achieved a C (2.0 grade point average) or better grade in the course and if the classes are comparable to course offerings and programs of study offered at Marygrove.
You need to be certain you have included all colleges attended on your application. Any college or institution not listed on the application at the time of admission will not be considered for transfer credit later.
NOTE: Failure to disclose all colleges/universities attended may result in immediate disqualification from admissions process.
There are some differences in the number of transfer credits that Marygrove will accept depending on the kind of institution previously attended. If you attended only two-year colleges (community colleges), you may transfer a maximum of 64 total semester hours of credit. If you have attended only four-year colleges or universities, you may transfer a maximum of 98 semester hours of credit, but the maximum number of transferable lower division credit hours (100 or 200 level or their equivalent) is 84.
If you have attended both two-year and four-year institutions, you may transfer a maximum of 98 semester hours of credit from all institutions attended. A maximum of 84 credit hours of lower division courses will be accepted and a maximum of 64 credits will be accepted from the two-year institutions.
Once you are accepted and enrolled at Marygrove, you will need to complete at least 30 semester hours of credit at Marygrove. Of the 128 credit hours needed for graduation, at least 36 must be upper- level courses (300 or 400). You will also need to fulfill the other requirements for a bachelor’s degree.
Interested students can obtain general education and academic program transfer guides from the College and/or Marygrove Admissions Department.
For more information, please contact:
Diana Clark, email@example.com .
At Marygrove, the only thing more important than your education is your safety. We are blessed with a peaceful, beautiful, and friendly campus — and we take every precaution to keep it that way. The Campus Safety Office, located in the Liberal Arts Building, handles all safety and security issues, from crime/injury/accident reporting to lost and found and parking stickers. For an outline of criminal offenses on campus or for more information, visit the campus safety page.
It is the intent of Marygrove College Library that all members of the college community adhere to the provisions of the United States Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code, Sect. 101, et seq.). The following policy statements and guidelines constitute a manual for anyone at the College who wishes to reproduce works that are protected by copyright, or anyone wishing to place protected works on reserve in the library. Since copyright protection applies to a variety of creative works - printed materials, sound recordings, video recordings, visual artworks, computer software, and others - the manual has been constructed to address issues related to particular types of media.
Members of the Marygrove College community who willfully disregard the copyright policy do so at their own risk and assume all liability.
Marygrove College maintains standards of academic excellence. The faculty and administration expect that students will conduct themselves with honor in their academic work. Marygrove does not tolerate any form of academic dishonesty, plagiarism or cheating. Students will be held accountable for any form of academic misconduct under the terms that appear below. Plagiarism means to present the ideas, words or images of someone else as one’s own. It is a general term that covers a number of serious academic problems, such as:
In cases of plagiarism or cheating at Marygrove:
In cases involving penalties of failing a course or expulsion from the College, the Dean will schedule a consultation with the student and the instructor(s) involved. The Dean of Student Affairs may be requested by the student, faculty member or Dean to be present as an objective observer at any such conferences. The student will also be informed of this decision by mail.
If the Dean receives two notifications of academic dishonesty for the same student, a consultation will be scheduled with the student, the Dean, and the Dean of Student Affairs and serious academic consequences will be assigned.
The student has the right to request an appeal at any stage of these processes through the regular academic appeal procedure that appears in the Marygrove College Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs.
The Equity in Athletics Data Analysis Cutting Tool is brought to you by the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education. This analysis cutting tool was designed to provide rapid customized reports for public inquiries relating to equity in athletics data. The data are drawn from the OPE Equity in Athletics Disclosure Website database. This database consists of athletics data that are submitted annually as required by the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA), via a Web-based data collection, by all co-educational postsecondary institutions that receive Title IV funding (i.e., those that participate in federal student aid programs) and that have an intercollegiate athletics program.
Access the The Equity in Athletics Data Analysis Cutting Tool below.
The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA)/(NCAA) Gender Equity Survey is reporting that NCAA member institutions are required to provide to all prospective student-athletes. The EADA reports the institution's commitment to providing equitable athletic opportunities for its men and women students. All institutions of higher education that participate in federal student aid program(s) must complete their annual EADA report by October 15th.
Equity in Athletics Data Analysis: https://ope.ed.gov/athletics/#/
Marygrove College provides its students with the opportunity to file complaints directly to the College regarding Academic, Advising, Business Office, Campus Life, Financial, and Financial Aid. A Student Complaint Form is available for that purpose and you will receive a prompt reply to your complaint. Directions on how to use this link can be found on the link ‘Complaint Portal Instructions’.
In accordance with requirements issued by the U.S. Department of Education, Marygrove College is “providing its students or prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with its accreditor and with its state approval or licensing entity and any other relevant State official or agency that would appropriately handle a student’s complaint.” This information is now part of the standard Consumer Information and annual disclosure procedure of Marygrove College.
Click on the link below, then locate and click on the Student Complaint Process by State in the reports from Survey Date section.
In addition for your convenience, we are providing a direct link to the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to submit a complaint to the State of Michigan.
Marygrove College has a six year graduate degree completion requirement. A student in a Master’s Degree program may request a temporary Leave of Absence when life events make continued participation in the degree program especially difficult or impossible for a time. An approved Student Leave of Absence allows a student to not register during a fall, winter or summer term and yet remain in compliance with College enrollment requirements. An approved Leave of Absence suspends progress toward the degree for a minimum of one Fall, Winter or Summer term. The six-year graduate degree completion requirement may be extended by the amount of time for which a Student Leave of Absence is approved.
A Leave of Absence may have implications for financial aid and loans. Students needing a Leave of Absence must consult with the Office of Financial Aid to determine how a Leave will affect their aid and eligibility to defer loan repayment. Students who are eligible for a Emergency Leave of Absencemust consult with the Office of Financial Aid as soon as possible to determine how the Leave affects their aid and eligibility to defer loan repayment, see Emergency Leave of Absence, below.
When a Leave is requested and approved between terms, tuition and fees are not charged for the duration of time the student is on the Leave. When a Leave is requested on an emergency basis and approved, tuition and fees for the current term still apply but will not be charged for the duration of future terms the student is on approved Leave. See Emergency Leave of Absence,below.
A student considering a Leave of Absence is required to discuss the potential impact on his/her plan of study with the Faculty Program Coordinator or Department Chair to develop a strategy for completing the degree program. For example, the student and faculty member may need to plan for return from a Leave of Absence with a special change in the Plan of Work, which may or may not provide for continuous enrollment due to course availability.
When considering a Leave of Absence, the student should also discuss alternatives to a Leave with the Faculty Program Coordinator and/or current course instructors. See Alternatives to a Leave of Absence, below.
Students on Leave have access to limited services that allow them to remain current in their studies and connected to their programs. Students on Leave do not have the benefits of registered status, however, and may not be able to use College facilities or services available to registered students. For example, students on approved Leaves may not use the services of faculty or administrative staff unless planning the transition back to registered status.
Types of Student Leave of Absence
There are four types of graduate student Leaves of Absence at Marygrove College:
Any of these may be begun, when circumstances warrant, on the basis of an Emergency Leave of Absence. See Emergency Leave of Absence,below.
Leave of Absence for Medical Reasons
A Leave of Absence for medical reasons will be granted for a serious physical or mental health condition that prevents continued participation in the program. Approval for Medical Leave requires a written request from the student; written recommendation from a health care provider must also be provided. Medical Leave can be requested for up to two consecutive fall or winter terms, or 12 consecutive months. The application process for an Extension is the same as the initial request; see above. The student may submit a written request for an extension of an additional 12 months, with a maximum of 24 months total from the beginning date of the original Medical Leave. A request for extension of a medical leave must have written recommendation from a health care provider attached. For some medical circumstances students should consider whether a within-term accommodation is more appropriate, see Alternatives to a Leave of Absence below.
Leave of Absence for Dependent or Family Care
A student may need to step away from study for one term or more to take care of dependents or other family members. A student will be granted a Leave of Absence for Dependent or Family Careto:
A “dependent” is defined as a biological, adopted or foster child, stepchild, or legal ward who is under 18 years old, a family member (as defined above) older than 18 years and unable to provide self-care, or a spouse or domestic partner.
“Family” is defined to include the student’s spouse or domestic partner with whom the student shares living accommodations and expenses, and, without regard to their place of residence, the child, sibling, parent, grandparent or other related family member whose primary care is the responsibility of the student.
The reasons necessitating a Leave of Absence for Dependent or Family Care must be explained in writing in the request for an approved Leave. A graduate student can request this type of Leave for up to two consecutive fall or winter terms, or 12 consecutive months, and may request an extension of up to an additional 12 months, or a maximum Leave of 24 months.
Leave of Absence for Military Service
A student will be granted a Leave of Absence for the duration of a military service
obligation to her/his country of citizenship. When applying for this type of Leave, the student must provide documentation confirming induction or authorization for active duty. The duration of a Leave of Absence for Military Service is unlimited.
Leave of Absence for Personal Reasons
After completing at least one full term in a Master’s Degree program, if a serious personal situation arises a student may request a one-term Leave of Absence for personal reasons. The student should request this Leave before the beginning of the term for which this Leave is requested.
A student considering a personal Leave is encouraged to discuss other possible arrangements with his/her advisor, Faculty Program Coordinator or Department Chair. Alternative strategies may help the student to continue in the program with the benefits of enrolled status. When requesting a Leave of Absence for Personal Reasons a student may describe the reasons in general terms. If needed, the student may request an extension of one consecutive additional term to the original Leave of Absence for Personal Reasons.
Leave of Absence Begun On An Emergency Basis
Emergency situations may require a student to begin a Leave of Absence in the middle of a term. In these circumstances, the affected student should contact his/her Faculty Program Coordinator, Chair or the Registrar’s Office in writing to withdraw her/his registration for that term and immediately begin the Leave of Absence. Any adjustments to future tuition and fee charges will be made according to the schedule published by the Business and Finance Office. A Leave of Absence begun on an emergency basis does not reverse the current charges set by this schedule.
In the event that the student has been incapacitated or otherwise made unavailable, the Faculty Program Coordinator, Chair or the Registrar may initiate the written request to be approved for a Leave. In such situations the Registrar will take care of notifying all necessary College offices of the pending Leave, and will follow up to assure full approval of the Leave when all necessary documentation is received.
US Immigration Regulations
US immigration regulations may restrict the eligibility of an international student for a Leave of Absence. International students considering a Leave of Absence must consult with the Marygrove College Director of International Programs so this office can determine if the proposed Leave of Absence is permissible under immigration regulations. If permissible, the College can update the student’s SEVIS record if needed, or, if the proposed Leave is not permitted by immigration regulations, the College can advise the student on other possible courses of action.
Returning from an Approved Leave of Absence
Most graduate students returning from an approved Leave must enroll for the next fall or winter term that follows the approved Leave timeframe. MAT students must return in the next fall, winter or summer term. Students at the end of a term of an approved Leave who do not register for the next term and do not request further Leave will be considered to have withdrawn from the program at the end of the term that follows the Leave.
A student on an approved Leave of Absence must contact her/his Faculty Program Coordinator before the end of the approved Leave timeframe to plan for returning. By contacting the Program Coordinator the student can receive advising on next steps and plan future registration, with any necessary changes being made in his/her graduate Plan of Work. Such changes may be necessitated because of course availability, which may or may not allow for continuous enrollment and may affect program completion time in the future. If continuous enrollment is not possible due to course availability, the student is required to return the next term availability exists for courses still left to complete on the Plan of Work. Once advising has occurred it is essential that the student register for the planned courses in the next term courses are available. Please see further information in the Marygrove College Graduate Catalog.
Alternatives to a Leave of Absence
As an alternative arrangement, a student may remain enrolled but request his/her faculty instructors and Faculty Program Coordinator, in writing, for within-term accommodations allowing for temporary reduction in coursework or an extension of time for completing course requirements. Such accommodations provided by an instructor might include consideration for an “I” (incomplete) grade petition from the student if a majority of the coursework has already been completed and all criteria for an “I” grade have been met. Instructors and Program Coordinators are not required to provide these arrangements. “I” grades must be completed within College specified timeframes and guidelines. See the Marygrove College Graduate Catalog for full information on “I” grades.
College Services Available to Students on Approved Leave
The following services continue to be available to graduate students on Approved Leave:
A student can be eligible to purchase an extension of existing student health insurance coverage at personal expense for the duration of an approved Leave.
Students retain access to the College’s library, including borrowing privileges and remote access.
E-mail and Computing
Students retain access to their College e-mail accounts, and to College websites that require authentication with a Student Login ID.
College Services Not Available to Graduate Students on Approved Leave
The following services are not available to graduate students on Approved Leave:
Scholarships, Grants, Student Employment
Students on Leave are not eligible for College-administered scholarships, grants, temporary student employment or appointment as Graduate Student Research Assistants. Students on approved Leave of Absence are not eligible to apply for new student loans intended to span the period of non-enrollment. Students should consult with the Office of Financial Aid for deferral and forbearance options of any outstanding student loans.
College Reimbursement for Supplies, Materials, Travel
Students on Leave are not eligible to receive College reimbursement for supplies, materials, travel or other expenses.
General Policies and Steps for Requesting and Approving A Student Leave of Absence
The following general policies apply to all types of Student Leave of Absence.
Should it be necessary to place a delinquent account with a collection agency, the student will be responsible for all collection, interest, late and legal fees.
Should it be necessary to place a delinquent account with a collection agency and the student is a minor, the parents/guardian will be responsible for all collection, interest, late and legal fees.
Since the founding of the institution in 1905, Marygrove College has been widely recognized for its commitment to providing quality, affordable education to traditionally underserved populations. Located in the northwest corridor of Detroit, Marygrove College serves a student body that is 72 percent low-income, 68 percent Black-American, and 49 percent first-generation college students.
Marygrove College is proud to serve this student demographic. We are also proud of the fact that the U.S. Department of Education has chosen to support the college’s mission by awarding it the Predominantly Black Institutions (PBI) Formula Grant. Funding from the grant will support efforts to increase academic success, retention, and graduation rates at Marygrove College through the following initiatives:
Student Success through Technology:
A significant portion of Marygrove’s students have limited access to the technology necessary to support their coursework. Thanks to the PBI Formula Grant, this is going to change.
In addition to upgrading student-accessible hardware and software on campus, the PBI Formula Grant gives Marygrove the funding necessary to make Wi-Fi available campus wide, while also expanding the student portal on the college’s website. This will not only give students access to course information, registration materials, and financial aid awards, it will also give them clearer, more accessible information on degree requirements, academic progress, grades, and scheduling.
Comprehensive Individualized Retention Plans (M-Plans) for At-Risk Students:
Statistically, Marygrove serves an at-risk incoming student body, 80 percent of which will take at least one developmental course, 72 percent of which qualify for Pell Grants. While these students are certainly capable of succeeding at Marygrove College, their success is often contingent upon the availability of additional support services.
The Student Success Center, Career Services, a robust Financial Aid Department, and Mental Health Counseling are critical to improving retention and graduation rates. The Marygrove Plan (M-Plan) enables the college to continue providing students with additional personal, professional, and academic support services such as these.
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