8425 West McNichols Road, Detroit, MI 48221
A progressive Catholic school, Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan, offers a liberal arts education combined with practical career preparation and leadership training. The majority of Marygrove’s professional majors are in service-oriented fields.
Some examples of Marygrove majors that lead to service-oriented professions include:
Marygrove’s majors also feature liberal and creative arts subject areas, such as:
*African American Studies
Marygrove is also well known for its graduate programs in Education, which include such specializations as Educational Leadership and Special Education, and feature such progressive specializations as Social Justice Education. Marygrove is also involved in designing innovative modes of instruction and bringing them into local schools.
Due to Marygrove’s desire to educate compassionate leaders, the school is home to such organizations as a Women’s Leadership Institute, student government, a peer mentoring program and an ambassadors club, among others.
The undergraduate admissions department uses transcripts and SAT or ACT scores to evaluate applicants. Those applying to certain departments, such as Art, Dance, Music and Social Work, have additional requirements.
Students may apply for Marygrove scholarships, which can potentially cover up to the full cost of tuition. Other forms of financial aid include loans, grants and work-study, which are primarily based on financial need.
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