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October 15 - Language Institute: Speak to Lead

October 16 - Think Pink

October 18 - All About the Arts: Broadway Part II

October 18 - Diversity & Inclusion: Interfaith Reflections

October 20 - Native American Festival

October 20 - John Denver Musical Tribute

October 21 - Lubana Al Quntar and Al Sham Ensemble

October 25 - UM Flint Open House

October 27 - Hispanic Heritage Festival

October 27 - Breaking the Silence

October 27 - 8th Annual Halloween Family Fun Day

Student Assistant Program

October - Learning Resource Center Workshops

October - Be Informed Free Workshops at Downtown Campus

Thru May 2019 Wildcats Golf Team Schedule

November 1 - Day of the Dead

November 7 - All About the Arts: Folk Tale and Legends of the Middle West

November 10 - Lesson Plans

December 7 - Allied Health Pinning

December 8 - Sounds of the Season

March 9, 2019 - One Night in Memphis

April 14, 2019 - The Greatest Pirate Story Never Told

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PTK Orientation Meetings & Scholarship Assistance

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WCCCD and Taylor Library Literacy Partnership

MIPSE Featured Programs

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

Weekend College

Weekend College offers a wide variety of courses on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings and afternoons for busy people who are on the go.  If you have weekday and/or weeknight commitments that make it difficult for you to attend regularly scheduled weekday classes, Weekend College may be a good way for you to make progress toward completing your degree.  This unique program design enables working adults to perform comfortably and successfully as students and meet their family and personal obligations at the same time.  Students can attend full-time or part-time while they immerse themselves in intensive classroom experiences, putting their career and family responsibilities on hold for those two days in order to assume the role of full-time college students.

Our classes are small because this allows for personalized instruction from our outstanding faculty.  The environment in smaller class rooms allows for mutual stimulation from classmates who share their own degree of enthusiasm and their own level of life and work experience.  In a traditional weekday college it normally takes two weeks sometimes to lay a good foundation but in those two days the groundwork for absorbing concepts and acquiring skills for our weekend students are set.  The Weekend College is not an accelerated program.  It is instead a complete college experience, based on a traditional curriculum whose content has been refashioned to fit the needs and schedules of today’s working adults.

 
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