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Marygrove College Continuing Education & Career Enhancement Winter 2013

JUMP-START YOUR CAREER… HERE! At Marygrove College, our career enhancement programs are designed to fit your schedule, your budget, and your life! Learning new skills can make a huge difference in your career, your paycheck—or even your quality of life. Marygrove College offers high quality, affordable programs to provide individuals like you with the education to ensure that whatever you want to be, we can get you there. Whether you need a specific skill-set fast or just want to expand your horizons, we’ve got you covered.

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS Did you know that Marygrove offers programs for children? Our Kids’ College and Institute of Music & Dance (IMD) courses listed in this brochure help children learn about their world while having fun at the same time.

ARE YOU READY FOR THE NEXT STEP? All of the great classes found in this brochure could just be your first step on a ladder that leads to a college degree and a more rewarding life. Marygrove, a fully accredited liberal arts college, is recognized for outstanding associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees as well as practical credit certificates (like the Pharmacy Technician program found on page 6). And since students taking credit certificates and college degree classes may be eligible for scholarships and needbased financial aid, your new career may be more affordable than you ever thought possible. For more information on any of our credit programs, contact the Admissions Office at (855) 628-6279 or visit Consider upping your game by pursuing a credit certificate or your college degree at Marygrove College.



Registration is easy! You can register by mail, phone, in person or online. See page 18 for details.

SUCCESS THROUGH PERSONAL ATTENTION We believe success is best accomplished in an environment where faculty have the opportunity to know their students, encourage questions and offer help when needed. That is why the Continuing Education classes at Marygrove College are small (6 to 12 students per class) and taught by caring professionals in their fields. We want you to succeed.

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Table of Contents CONTINUING EDUCATION ALLIED HEALTH.................................................................................................................................. 4 PHARMACY TECHNICIAN................................................................................................................... 6 HEALTH SCIENCE PROGRAMS........................................................................................................... 7 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS.......................................................................................... 7 ACADEMIC/PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT............................................................................................ 8 BUSINESS/COMPUTER SKILLS............................................................................................................ 9 ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES.................................................................................. 11 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS............................................................................. 12 KIDS’ COLLEGE.................................................................................................................................. 14 SCHOOL SUCCESS................................................................................................................ 14 LITERACY............................................................................................................................... 14 MATH..................................................................................................................................... 14 MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE READINESS........................................................... 14

INSTITUTE OF MUSIC & DANCE (IMD) KIDS PROGRAMS............................................................................................................................... 15 ART............................................................................................................................... 15 DRAMA.........................................................................................................................15 DANCE.........................................................................................................................15 MUSIC........................................................................................................................... 16 ADULT PROGRAMS............................................................................................................................ 16 ART............................................................................................................................... 16 DANCE......................................................................................................................... 17 MUSIC........................................................................................................................... 17 REGISTRATION INFORMATION.......................................................................................................... 18 REGISTRATION FORM........................................................................................................................ 19


Classes will not meet March 29 – 31.

In case of inclement weather listen to radio station WWJ 950 AM or check the Marygrove website for official school closure information.

The Division of Continuing Education and the Institute of Music & Dance reserve the right to cancel courses or programs, adjust fees, or change instructors for courses listed in this bulletin.

Marygrove College reserves the right to photograph/publish pictures of enrolled students in class or performance for educational and promotional purposes.

All textbooks for continuing education courses are available in the Marygrove College Bookstore. Please purchase them before the first class. Not all classes require textbooks— check with the Bookstore.

Room locations for all classes will be posted at the Enrollment Center the day class starts. Marygrove College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.


ALLIED HEALTH As the health care industry expands due to technological advances in medicine and the growth and aging of the population, there will be an increased need for all health care workers. Health care support careers, like those listed below, are expected to grow by 24.7% in Michigan through 2020.* Marygrove College has a long history of respected programs in Allied Health education. MEDICAL BILLING (Medical Assistant) Average Wage in Michigan: $13.68 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 26% increase in jobs through 2020 (717 new jobs per year)*


Learn the rules, regulations and coding references for the ICD-9-CM, CPT-4, HCPCS and other common forms used in medical billing, as well as the medical billing references, the correct applications of these forms, and how they apply to diagnoses and medical services and procedures. Develop the knowledge and skills necessary to submit insurance claims in compliance with payer requirements of Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid and commercial carriers. Introductory medical terminology and anatomy will also be reviewed. Students can specialize in hospital or doctor’s office claim forms as they proceed through the program.

MD 110 Coding for Medical Insurance Billing Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Book required. Monday

6 – 9 p.m.

(4.2 CEUs) R. Weeks

Jan. 14 – Apr. 22 14 Weeks


MD 123 Medical Insurance Billing Claim Forms (4.2 CEUs) R. Weeks Prerequisite: MD 110 or prior experience. Book required. Tuesday. 5 – 8 p.m Jan. 15 – Apr.16 14 Weeks $540 MD 108 Specialized Medical Insurance Billing

(2.4 CEUs) R. Hicks Prerequisite: MD 110 and 123 and basic computer skills. Book and flash drive required. Thursday 5 – 8 p.m. Jan. 24 – Mar. 14 8 Weeks $299 MD 109 Advanced Hospital Billing Prerequisite: MD 110 and 123 Book required. Saturday 9 a.m. – Noon


(3.0 CEUs) R. Hicks Jan. 19 – Mar. 23 10 Weeks $385


This intensive, one semester certificate includes classroom instruction in medical terminology, medications, assembly of charts, maintaining records, telephone procedures, handling of physician’s orders, and patient charts and records. A clinical internship concludes the training. MD 116 Health Unit Coordinator (4.8 CEUs) N. Tate Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Book required. Section:1 Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Jan. 19 – Apr. 13 12 weeks $552 Section:2 Wednesday 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Jan. 23 – Apr. 10 12 weeks $552

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HEALTH UNIT COORDINATOR (Medical Records and Health Information Technicians) Average Wage in Michigan: $16.49 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 15% increase in jobs through 2020 (184 new jobs per year)*

MD 116C Health Unit Coordinator-Clinical Internship (2.4CEUs) N. Tate Prerequisite: MD 116. This course provides the clinical training required to receive a certificate of completion for the Health Unit Coordinator Program. Clinical internship individually arranged with the instructor. TBA 24 hours $262



PHLEBOTOMIST (Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technician) Average Wage in Michigan: $16.34 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 9% increase in jobs through 2020 (129 new jobs per year)*

Designed for the non-medical individual and those in the medical field desiring new skills, this one year certificate program will concentrate on various methods used to draw blood from adults and children. Students will be required to perform these methods in class under supervision, prepare specimens for testing and discuss various lab tests. Medical terminology related to the national Phlebotomy Certification Exam will also be provided.

MD 132 Introduction to Phlebotomy (2.2 CEUs) .. M. Hicks/T. Walls Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Book required. Choose one of the following sections: Section 1: Saturday

11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Jan. 19 – Apr. 6 11 weeks Section 2: Tuesday 6 – 8 p.m. Jan. 22 – Apr. 2 11 weeks Section 3: Wednesday Noon – 2 p.m. Jan. 23 – Apr. 3 11 weeks

$479 $479 $479

MD 206 Advanced Phlebotomy

(2 CEUs) R. Ciszewski Prerequisite: MD 132. No refund after the first class session. Book required. Monday 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Jan. 14 – Mar. 25 10 weeks $345 MD 208 Certification Preparation in Phlebotomy Prerequisite: MD 206. Book required. Thursday 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

(2 CEUs) R. Ciszewski

Jan. 24 – Mar. 28 10 weeks $360

MD 133 Phlebotomy Clinical Internship

(8.0 CEUs) R. Ciszewski Prerequisite: MD 206. This course provides the clinical training required to receive a certificate of completion for the Phlebotomy Program. Selection of qualified students will be done through MD 206 – Advanced Phlebotomy. Placements are limited and very selective. Students must have access to reliable transportation. TBA 80 hours $499

EKG PROGRAM Classroom instruction will include operating the EKG testing equipment and interpretation of the EKG test results. Other subjects include cardiac anatomy and physiology, the circulatory system, instrumentation, Einthoven’s triangle, axis, procedures, measurements, arrhythmias, MIs, hypertrophy, and pacemakers. Stress testing and Holter monitoring will be introduced.

MD 111 Basic EKG (3.6 CEUs) Prerequisite: GED or High School Diploma. Book required. Tuesday 6 – 9 p.m. Jan. 22 – Apr. 9

Z. Roberts

MD 112 Intermediate EKG (2.4 CEUs) Prerequisite: MD111 or experience taking EKGs. Book required. Thursday 6 – 9 p.m. Jan. 24 – Mar. 14

Z. Roberts

EKG TECHNICIAN (Cardiovascular Technician) Average Wage in Michigan: $15.13 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 23% increase in jobs through 2020 (80 new jobs per year)*

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Are you looking for a health career program that leads to employment, a certificate AND a degree? Consider the Marygrove College:

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM IAN NIC igan: H C E Mich This one year credit certificate prepares students to become Pharmacy YT AC age in n 2009 : M n R Technicians. This program is offered over three consecutive semesters a h ri PHA rage Wr hou Michig hroug r)* e e t a v p n e s beginning every fall and winter and: i A .42 job er y ok $13 Outlo ase in jobs p • The Pharmacy Technician Program is affordable. • It will train you for a job Job incre new 24% 0 (527 We have lowered the tuition for the program to less in just one year. Are you looking 202

to train for a new career, fast? The Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program will have you prepared for the work force in just one year.

• Train for a national certificate. This program trains you to take the National Pharmacy Technician Certification exam offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board. This means you will have job opportunities throughout the United States AND be qualified for the best technician jobs in Michigan. And virtually all of Marygrove’s Pharmacy Technician graduates who have taken this exam have passed it. • The credits are fully applicable toward a Marygrove College associate or bachelor’s degree. If you successfully complete the program, all 30 credit hours will apply directly to our Bachelor of Science in Health Science degree (excellent preparation for medical school, pharmacy school, nursing, or other careers in the health sciences).

than half of what it usually costs to attend Marygrove College (and that’s before we figure in financial aid)!

• Our Pharmacy Technician program is taught by Pharmacists, not Pharmacy Technicians. Because Pharmacy Technicians report to pharmacists, you will learn from the very professionals who will help determine your success. • Our Pharmacy Technician classes are offered at convenient times. We offer classes in the evening during the week AND during the day on Fridays and Saturdays - you choose. This will allow you to keep your current job while training for a better one. • We have great places to do your required internship—places like DMC’s Sinai Grace Hospital, the John Dingell VA Hospital, CVS, Walgreens, Health Dimensions Compounding Pharmacy and many local pharmacies.

For more information or to find out if you qualify, email or call (313) 927-1417. See the box below about our Health Careers Information Sessions.

Winter classes begin January 7, 2013 • Space is limited CALL NOW! Attend One of Our Health Careers Information Sessions Sat., Feb. 16, 10 a.m. - Noon • Thur., Apr. 18, 6 - 8:00 p.m. • Sat., June 15 - 11 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ALL SESSIONS IN THE MADAME CADILLAC BUILDING, DENK CHAPMAN HALL

Learn more about the Pharmacy Technician certificate, Associate of Science in Health Science degree, Bachelor of Science in Health Science degree, and our continuing education allied health certificates. Faculty, students and professionals will be available to answer your questions. Contact Phil Krauss at • (313) 927-1417 or *All data in the Allied Health section is from the 2012 edition of the Occupational Outlook Guide published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic Growth, Bureau of Labor Market Information.

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HEALTH SCIENCE PROGRAMS Have a passion for science and helping others? Our innovative career path programs in Health Science could be for you! • ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH SCIENCE • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH SCIENCE • NON-CREDIT CERTIFICATES (SEE PAGES 4-5) • PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE • Our degrees in Health Science (Associate and Bachelor of Science) can help you focus your interests on a particular health care career. • Students will prepare for the health care workplace, additional career-specific training, or pursue an advanced degree. • If you currently hold an LPN, Pharmacy Technician certificate, or some other allied health certificate, see how fast you can earn your Health Science degree at Marygrove. For more information, contact Phil Krauss at (313) 927-1417 or

ATTENTION BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS Marygrove College’s Department of Social Work and the Division of Continuing Education and Career Enhancement present

Applied Professional Education Seminars for Addiction Specialists These dynamic, highly interactive seminars will address the specific needs of helping professionals working with addiction issues in short, half-day forums that will earn 3 CEU hours toward the Michigan Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) and the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MSWCEC) continuing education requirements.

For more information related to topics and registration call (313) 927-1219. All seminars are from 9:00 a.m. to Noon in the Madame Cadillac Building on the Marygrove College campus and affordably priced at $49 each. Save more by registering for all three, only $125. Participants with a student ID card pay only $10 per seminar. PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE.


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ACADEMIC/PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT BB 100 English Grammar (2 CEUs) S. Remington Constantly making errors in grammar but are unable to consciously correct them? Improve your language and communication skills through practice and drill in correct English usage. Book and paper required for first class. Each student needs a dictionary. Book required. Saturday 9 – 11:30 a.m. Jan. 19 – Mar. 9 8 weeks $195 BB 105 Spelling (2 CEUs) Practice and application of common sounds and their spellings are covered in this course. Book required. Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Jan. 19 – Mar. 9 8 weeks

S. Remington $195

BB 188 Basic Math Skills (2.4 CEUs) B. Cole Emphasis in this refresher course is on basic math skill development - high school level arithmetic, pre-algebra, and introductory geometry. Through a unique process of explanation, classroom practice, group work, and practical strategies, math knowledge and confidence is developed. A useful course for preparing for the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) Basic Skills Math Test. Book required. Saturday 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. Jan. 19 – Apr. 13 12 weeks $24 New! GT 100 Reimagining Our Aging M. Sheahan Pursuing Meaning, Pleasure and Purpose As We Get Older A workshop, dialog and lunch . . . . Facilitated dialog in this workshop will explore the challenging changes and losses of getting older and the realities that make it more difficult in our society. The workshop will also present powerful ideas about the historical and potential contributions of elders, the gifts of aging, and how to reap the benefits of getting older. Participants will also have the opportunity to think through how they can pursue the most meaning, pleasure and purpose in their later years as they positively contribute to their communities and families. Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Feb. 9 1 day $70 OL GED Preparation B. Rolston Develop the additional skills you’ll need to succeed in all five GED test areas: Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Literature, and Math. After completing the course, you should be well-equipped to take-and pass-the GED! See information below on where you can take the GED. ONLINE COURSE ( New section begins every month 6 weeks $99


An official site for GED tests • A Michigan Works! affiliate (GED testing is conducted ONLY at the address at right.)

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MARYGROVE COLLEGE • ASSESSMENT CENTER 707 W. Milwaukee Street • Detroit, MI 48202 Phone: (313) 664-5533 • Fax: (313) 664-5580 Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Extended hours & Saturdays available


BUSINESS/COMPUTER SKILLS NEW! “Help!” Computer Series for Beginners and Seniors! Computer author and instructor Mike Wilson will lead you through the basics of owning a computer. Help! I Have a Computer & I Don’t Know What to do Next! is a 100-page, easy to understand, step-by-step, large print book that is required for PR 121 and recommended for all of the classes. Check out the FREE introductory class below! PR 120 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS FOR THOSE WHO DON’T HAVE A CLUE! M. Wilson Designed specifically for beginners, mature adults, and seniors, this class offers a very relaxed atmosphere with a patient instructor who will guide you through the very basics of owning a computer—turning a computer on and off, using a mouse, website and email for beginners, and more! You will gain the confidence to explore other basic computer classes! You must register to attend. Section 01 Tuesday 10:00 – 11:15 a.m. Jan. 22 1 day FREE OR Section 02 Thursday 2:00 – 3:15 p.m. Jan. 24 1 day FREE PR 121 “HELP! I HAVE A COMPUTER AND DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO NEXT!” M. Wilson Designed for adults, especially seniors, who know virtually nothing about computers, this six-hour class and book will cover topics such as: basic email and attachments; printing options, playing music/DVDs, copying/pasting, transferring camera pictures, using pictures as desktop backgrounds, keyboard shortcuts, online shopping, and so much more! ($20 book fee required first class). Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Jan. 29, 31 & Feb. 5 3 days $60 PR 122 COMPUTER MAINTENANCE FOR THOSE WHO DON’T HAVE A CLUE! M. Wilson Learn how to empty your temporary internet files, delete cookies, defragment your hard drive, use scandisk, use “help and support”, uninstall unwanted programs, use disk cleanup, etc. These easy, guaranteed procedures should be performed regularly—sometimes 2-3 times a week. (Bring your battery powered laptop (optional). Tuesday 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Feb. 19 1 day $20 PR 123 ORGANIZE YOUR COMPUTER PICTURES, FILES, FOLDERS, & E-MAILS M. Wilson Learn how to create an orderly system to locate pictures and files; download and copy files from the Internet; transfer pictures from a camera to a computer; save files and projects on your computer, CDs, and flash drives; and copy, move, and relocate files and folders. See a demonstration on arranging and deleting emails and locating misplaced files. Bring your battery powered laptop (optional). Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Feb. 26 & 28 2 days $40 PR 106 BASIC KEYBORD EXPLORATION: LEARN WHAT ALL THE KEYS ARE ABOUT! M Wilson This class will explore the use of each key on the keyboard. Gain proper knowledge of all the keyboard keys like the control, tab, caps lock, insert, and others. Find out how the shortcut keys saves time. In addition, students will use a fun and interactive Internet typing tutorial to understand proper use of finger placement and typing. NOTE: This is not a traditional typing class. Class does not focus on typing speed. A battery-powered laptop for class is helpful but NOT REQUIRED. Thursday 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. Feb 7 1 day $30 PR 138 EXPLORING 200 (OR MORE) PRACTICAL WEB SITES

M Wilson


M Wilson


M Wilson

Instructor will use a large print, easy to read, step-by-step book to help learn about exploring 200+ practical websites! The book is also a great resource that will be used long after the class is over ($20 book fee paid during first class). This class is designed for absolute beginners as well as those who have some knowledge of searching the web. The instructor will help you explore websites that will locate helpful resources such as software, games, recipes, research, tutorials, online shopping, newspapers, and even online movies…just to name a few! A battery-powered laptop for class is helpful but NOT REQUIRED. Tuesday, Thursday 2 – 4:30 p.m. Feb. 12, 13 2 days $40 Your patient instructor will offer basic information for staying safe while you are “online.” Understand the basics of computer viruses and the difference between secure and unsecure sites. Learn about safely opening e-mail attachments and links. Find out how to create a secure password and properly sign in and sign out of e-mail accounts. Also, save money by getting a FREE highly rated virus protection program from the Internet. See how to use virus protection programs and acquire other online safety information! Thursday 2 - 4 p.m. Feb. 21 1 day $30 Are you having problems understanding Microsoft Word? Your Instructor will provide a FREE step-by-step, 100-page book that will help you understand the basics long after the class is over. Learn about tabs, ribbons, margins, copy & paste, columns, multiple pages, tables, find/replace, and so much more! A battery-powered laptop for class is helpful but NOT REQUIRED. Note: For laptops, please have either Microsoft Word 2007 or 2010 installed before class. Tuesdays 2 - 4 p.m. March 12, 19, 26 3 days $60


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BUSINESS/COMPUTER SKILLS PR 205 Grant Writing Workshop (1.5 CEUs) D. Hurt This workshop provides participants with the skills to complete an entire proposal. First, learn how to prepare a proposal. Second, learn how to research funding sources and agencies. Last, learn to write a “mock” proposal. Please choose one of the following sections: Section 1: Wednesday 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Jan. 23 – Mar. 13 8 weeks $278 Section 2: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Jan. 22 – 24 3 days $278 PR 129 Computers for Beginners (1.2 CEUs) G. Griffin Learn basic computer terminology including hands on experience using the mouse, keyboard and other parts of the computer. Small class sizes produce an environment where students can learn to perform Windows/PC and Microsoft Word techniques. Students will be introduced to email and also learn how to surf the Internet. Book required. Saturday 10 a.m. – Noon Jan. 19 – Feb. 23 6 weeks $235 PR 130 Computers for Beginners II (1.2 CEUs) .G. Griffin Learn the basics of using Microsoft Office programs—Word, Excel, and PowerPoint including document formatting, spreadsheet creation, and designing exhilarating presentations. A review of computer hardware and other Windows/PC techniques is part of the course. The Internet will be used on a regular basis in this class so students will learn to surf the Web. Book required. Saturday 10 a.m. – Noon Mar. 2 – Apr. 13 6 weeks $235 PR 137 MS Office Learning Skills (1.2 CEUs) . G. Griffin This professional development course can help you get the most out of Microsoft Office’s powerful suite of applications. The course is designed for the intermediate computer user with some knowledge of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel where you will learn how to properly format documents, create elaborate presentations, effectively use spreadsheets and explore how to fully use Microsoft Office Templates. Book required. Saturday . 1 – 3 p.m. Jan. 19 – Feb. 13 6 weeks $265 PR 210 Write-Publish-Sell Your Book (1.2 CEUs) M. Uddin If you a serious writer ready to become a published author, then this class, taught by a successful author who has several published works to her credit, is for you. Learn about getting started, developing a story plot and characters that will keep your readers turning the pages, and how to avoid common first-time writers’ mistakes. Plus, you will learn about every step of the publication process, from manuscript layout to distribution and promotion of your book. Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Jan. 23 – Feb. 27 6 weeks $210


Noted speaker, business coach and author, Minesh Baxi wants to share his secrets for financial success with you. Minesh has written the personal finance and small business books Network Your Way to $100,000 and Beyond, Stop Hiring Losers, and 30 Day Total Business Makeover;” he has the expertise to guide you to a better future. THE KEYS TO MAKING SIX FIGURES IN 2013! (1.0 CEUs) M Baxi Have you Have you always wanted to make six figures but have no idea on how to begin? Join Minesh as he shares the simple keys for financial success – keys that you can implement right away. Learn about the five careers that provide the biggest potential in today’s economy and assessing which opportunities best match your skills and temperament. This class will also show you how to invest a little and get huge returns, develop the three skills that will make you valuable, and create a blueprint for building a six figure income. PR 418 01 The Keys to Making Six Figures in 2013! – Overview (you must register to attend) Saturday 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Jan. 19

1 day

PR 418 02 The Keys to Making Six Figures in 2013! - Training Saturday 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

4 Weeks

Jan 26 – Feb 16

Free $100

How Money Works! (1.0 CEUs) M Baxi This class will explore the beneficial and the not so beneficial uses of money in your everyday life. Topics will include how to use your tax refund smartly, how “debt-stacking” can get you out of debt sooner, and why delaying a saving and/or investment plan will hurt you. The class will also look at the reasons to have life insurance and the difference between term and whole life policies. You need to understand the value and dangers of compounding interest and the dollar cost averaging concept—this class will teach you. PR 419 01 How Money Works! – Overview (you must register to attend) Saturday 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Feb. 23

1 day


PR 419 02 How Money Works! - Training Saturday .

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COMING IN 2013 A new certificate program for those who work with individuals recovering from addiction. Peer Recovery Mentor Perhaps you already work with those in recovery or maybe you are in recovery yourself and want to help others to sobriety. Whether you volunteer or are staff at an addiction service organization, you need the credentials that tell others you are part of the peer recovery service movement.

Marygrove College will offer a Peer Recovery Mentor certificate early in 2013. This new certificate will give you training in ethics, peer counseling, and other proficiencies that will enable you to effectively coach or mentor a recovering peer. For more information, contact Phil Krauss at 313-927-1417 or

ONLINE CONTINUING ED COURSES AT MARYGROVE COLLEGE Take noncredit online courses in the comfort of your home or office that are convenient for you!

Certificate Programs Prices start at $499 These online courses lead directly to a professional certificate that will train you for a new job or employable skill.

Visit for more information. Administrative Dental Assistant Physical Therapy Aid Veterinary Assistant Paralegal

Medical Transcription Certified Bookkeeper Travel Agent Personal Fitness Trainer

Six Sigma Green and Black Belt Certified Indoor Environmentalist Forensic Computer Examiner AND MANY MORE!

Personal and Professional Development Courses Prices start at $104 These online courses will introduce you to new careers, ideas.

Visit for more information. For online professional development classes for teachers, see pages 10 – 11.


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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS These courses are intended for classroom educators who need graduate credit hours to maintain state certification. For course descriptions and/or registration, please contact the educational partners listed below the specific course listings. For general information, please contact Donna Kerry, Program Coordinator, Professional Development for Teachers • (313) 927-1276, or IMPORTANT: These are graduate level classes; you must have a bachelor’s degree and be a classroom teacher.

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TEACHSCAPE EDU568 Teacher as Leader K-12 EDU569 Understanding Teaching & Learning K-12 EDU570 Instructional Design K-12 EDU5545 Inquiry Based Science EDU5851 The Thinking and Learning Brain EDU618 Effective Assessment K-12 EDU622 Meeting the Needs of All Students K-12 ERS500 Research Based Instructional Strategies K-12 MTH500 Fundamentals of Math 2-6 MTH501 Proportional Reasoning 6-8 MTH505 Problem Solving K-5 MTH515 Measurement & Geometry K-5

MTH506 Problem Solving 6-12 MTH516 Measurement & Geometry 6-12 MTH525 Algebra K-5 MTH526 Algebra 6-12 MTH535 Data Analysis & Probability K-5 MTH536 Data Analysis & Probability 6-12 RDG605 Assessment & Intervention K-6 RDG610 Reading in the Content Areas K-6 RDG615 Reading and Writing Connection RDG500 Foundations of Reading K-6 CIA605 Foster Motivation and Engagement CIA610 Classroom Assessment

> All courses are three graduate credit hours. Courses cost $500 each. > Students receive course materials and are given access to the Teachscape website platform for syllabus, etc. > Students have up to one (1) year to complete courses and submit Assignment Template via email. > Additional courses are in development. For course descriptions visit > To register, contact Teachscape: Toll free phone: (877) 984-7277

ONLINE AND ONSITE COURSES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PERFORMANCE LEARNING SYSTEMS Courses offered and locations vary per semester. Onsite courses listed below are offered at various locations throughout Michigan. ONSITE:

EDU502 EDU560 EDU566 EDU580 EDU583 EDU584 EDU585 EDU589 EDU5502 EDU5519

Successful Teaching for Responsibility* Classroom Management* Differentiated Instruction for Today’s Class* Designing Motivation For All Learners Building Communication and Teamwork Teaching through Learning Channels* Brain Based Ways We Think and Learn Meaningful Activities for Interesting Classrooms Behavioral, Academic and Social Interventions Student Engagement and Standards Based Learning

* Also offered online

> All courses are three graduate credit hours. > Onsite courses: $605 + materials fee; online courses: $725 + materials fee (see course description) > Additional courses are in development. > To register, contact Performance Learning Systems: (866) 757-2527 or 12 || || 12


EDU533 Instructional Design for Online Educators EDU558 Merging Educational Goals/Multimedia Projects EDU5220 Response to Instruction and Intervention EDU5310 Foundations of Literacy EDU5440 Thinking Mathematically (Elementary) EDU5500 Teaching the English Language Learner EDU5501 Cultural Competence EDU5503 Strategies for Middle School Science Teachers EDU5506 Facilitating Online Learning Communities EDU5510 Teaching Algebra/Middle School EDU5511 Simulations and Gaming Technologies EDU5512 Action Reasearch in the E-Learning Classroom EDU5513 Building Online Collaborative Environments EDU5514 Blended and Synchronous Learning Design EDU5515 Educating the Net Generation EDU5518 Collaborative Inquiry EDU5670 Writing Across the Curriculum


Online Professional Development for Teachers Classes for Michigan SB-CEUs through ED2GO.COM Complete these six-week, affordable courses in the convenience of your own home or school. Courses include: • ETCR 260 An Introduction to ESL/EFL • ETCR 230 Creating a Classroom Website • ETCR 120 Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success • ETCR 140 Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom • ETCR 250 Homeschool with Success • ETCR 150 Empowering Students with Disabilities • ETCR 100 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems • ETCR 110 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems II • ETCR 265 Survival Kit for New Teachers • ETCR 290 Teaching Preschool: A Year of Inspiring Lessons

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ETCR 190 Teaching Smarter with Smart Boards ETCR 170 Teaching Students with Autism: Strategies for Success ETCR 160 Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities ETCR 130 The Creative Classroom ETCR 200 Teaching Students with ADHD ETCR 275 Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar ETCR 280 Teaching ESL/EFL Reading ETCR 270 Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary ETCR 210 Undertanding Adolescents ETCR 240 Using the Internet in the Classroom ETCR 220 Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts

All sections earn 2.4 SB-CEUs. Courses begin every month and only cost $124. For more information or to register,

CHECK THIS OUT Watch for these new affordable, relevant, instructor-led recertification or professional development classes available in January: • Fully Wired: Understanding and Empowering Adolescents • Sticks and Stones: The No-Bully Zone • Gender Matters: How Boys and Girls Learn • Across the Spectrum: Teaching Students with Autism • What Great Teachers Do • Parent Trap: Dealing with Difficult Parents • In the Face of Poverty • ADHD: Focusing, Learning, Teaching Visit for updates!

State of Michigan Reading Requirement for ALL teachers who are moving from

a provisional to a professional certification—Marygrove offers RDG 510- Reading Diagnosis & Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners to satisfy this requirement. This course is entirely online on the Marygrove Blackboard system. It costs $1420; you must buy your own books; and it qualifies for financial aid as long as you take it as part of a Marygrove degree program. To register for RDG510: • Non Marygrove Students please contact Yvonne Wiggins at or (313) 927-1822. • Current Marygrove Graduate Students, please contact Theresa Jordan at or (313) 927-1261.


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KIDS’ COLLEGE Kids’ College can help your child overcome classroom challenges. Generations of Metro Detroit children, from the very young through their teen years, have taken classes through Marygrove’s Kids’ College. Our successful track record of developing stronger academic performance, building character and instilling self-esteem is why Kids’ College is right for your child. If your child is performing one grade level below his or her age-based grade level, our courses in literacy and math teach strategies in a small group setting (5-10 students) to help your children develop and apply skills needed to become better readers, writers, critical thinkers and problem solvers. COLLEGE READINESS COURSES CAN BRIDGE THE GAP FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE. These courses are designed to help students be successful in high school and better prepared to enter college.

School Success 8 SATURDAYS: January 19 - March 9, 2013

This is an interactive program designed to strengthen the skills of children and provide techniques for parents to use at home. Please enroll your child in the class that matches your child’s current grade level.


Using reading, writing and other language arts to develop and communicate thoughts and ideas. KC 601 KC 603 KC 604 KC 605

Literacy Skills for Beginning Readers Literacy Development for Students Literacy Development for Students Literacy Development for Students

Grades 1 & 2 Grades 3 & 4 Grades 5 & 6 Grades 7 & 8

9 – 10:30 a.m. 9 – 10:30 a.m. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.


Using computational skills and other tools to solve problems effectively and think critically. KC 651 Math Skills Development and Application Grades 1 & 2 KC 652 Math Skills Development and Application Grades 3 & 4 KC 653 Math Skills Development and Application Grades 5 & 6 KC 654 Math Skills Development and Application Grades 7 & 8

10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. 9 – 10:30 a.m. 9 – 10:30 a.m.

MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE READINESS - EACH COURSE $110 KC 176 Study/Test Taking Skills KC 167 Algebra l/Algebra ll KC 215 Geometry

10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.


C. McKenzie-Bennett A student’s business guide to finding, securing, financing and earning a degree. This course is open to teens, their parents and other adults. Wednesday 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Feb. 27 – Apr. 3 $110

ACT PREPARATION Marygrove is not a test site.

Class Dates: Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16 (5 days) • Official ACT test dates: February 9, & April 13, and June 8 2013. KC 206 ACT Preparation – Reading Grades 10 – 12 9 – 11 a.m. Work specifically with reading areas on the ACT through analysis, review, practice and test-taking techniques.


KC 186 ACT Preparation – Math Grades 10 – 12 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Complete review of all basic math concepts and functions included in the math portion of the ACT exam.


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10 Weeks: January 19 – March 23 IAK 306 ELEMENTS OF ART S. Combs Children learn the basics of art using mixed media. Student exhibit last class. S 12:15 p.m. – 1:10 p.m. (ages 5 – 7) $88 IAK 305 ADVENTURES IN ART S. Combs Designed to give students an experience in painting, drawing and creative arts. Student exhibit last class. S 10:30 a.m. – Noon (ages 8+) $132 IAK 409 THE ART & CRAFT OF ANIMATION G. Schwartz Students are introduced to the magic of animation through hands-on projects emphasizing creativity & self expression. Final production will be uploaded to Youtube. Fame & fortune await. S 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (ages 8+) $176 IAK 401 PHOTOGRAPHY L. Horton Learn technical steps in camera usage. composition, light sources, perspective and downloading. Bring a digital camera. S 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (ages 8+) $132


10 Weeks: January 19 – March 23 unless noted IDK D2 WHO AM I L. Fuller, J. Molina Encourage the actor, singer and dancer in your child from the inside out. Students learn acting, voice, dance, focus, self esteem and teamwork. Showcase presentation last class. Class size limited to 12. S 9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. (ages 3 – 5) $81 Jan. 19 – Mar. 16 9 weeks IDK D4 JUNIOR PERFORMERS L. Fuller, J. Molina The first steps from Detroit to Broadway. Develop acting, vocal and dance skills. Showcase presentation last class. Class size limited to 14. S 9:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. (ages 6 – 8) $192 IDK D3 ABSOLUTELY ACTING L. Fuller, J. Molina This performance class emphasizes acting, improvisation, voice and dance skills. Showcase presentation last class. Class size limited to 14. S 10:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. (ages 9 – 16) $192


Dance class terms are listed below unless noted 18 Weeks – Saturday Classes: Jan. 19 – June 1 Weekday Classes: Jan. 22 – May 28 IDK 219 CREATIVE RHYTHM & MOVEMENT J. Molina Start your son or daughter in fun experiences in movement and music. Class size limited to 12. S 11:30 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. (ages 3 – 5) $57 Jan. 19 – Mar. 16 9 weeks

IDK 129 BALLET I J. Molina, V. Williams-Jakubus For those with little or no formal training. Classs size limited to 14. Section 1: S 12:15 p.m. – 1:10 p.m. (ages 5 – 7) $149 Section 2: S 11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m. (ages 7+) $149 IDK 130 BALLET II V. Williams-Jakubus For students who have mastered fundamental ballet technique. S 9:00 a.m. – 9:55 a.m. (ages 8+) $149 IDK 218 BALLET III J. Molina, V. Williams-Jakubus Students with a minimum of two years experience in ballet who are preparing for pointe work. Class meets twice a week. No class April 2. T 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. $335 S 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. IDK 253 BALLET IV V. Williams-Jakubus Class meets twice a week. No class April 2. T 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. $335 S 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. IDK 261 POINTE V. Williams-Jakubus Students must be enrolled in ballet class prior to pointe class. No class April 2. T 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. $149 IDK 131 TAP I Section 1: S 9:00 a.m. – 9:55 a.m. Section 2: S Noon – 12:55 p.m.

M. Dickerson (ages 5 – 7) $149 (ages 7+) $149

IDK 159 TAP II For students who have had at least two years of tap. S 11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.

M. Dickerson $149

IDK 232 TAP III M. Dickerson S 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. $149 IDK 233 TAP IV V. Williams-Jakubus S 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. $149 IDK 132 JAZZ I V. Williams-Jakubus, M. Dickerson For students with little or no formal dance training. Section 1: S 10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. (ages 7+) $149 Section 2: S 1:15 p.m. – 2:10 p.m. (ages 5 – 7) $149 IDK 160 JAZZ II M. Dickerson S 10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. (ages 8+) $149 IDK 254 JAZZ III V. Williams-Jakubus For students who have taken Jazz I and II. S Noon – 1:00 p.m. $149 IDK 256 JAZZ IV V. Williams-Jakubus No class April 2. T 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. $149 IDK 270 HIP HOP T. Jones S 1:15 p.m. – 2:10 p.m. (ages 9+) $149

Funded in part by the Erb Family Foundation, Kresge Foundation and Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs. IMD is a member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education


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10 Weeks: January 19 – March 23 unless noted IMK 102 PRIVATE LESSONS Lessons can be started anytime during the semester. Piano, Voice, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Trumpet, Saxophone, Clarinet, Acoustic, Electric & Bass Guitar, Percussion & Drum Set. Time individually arranged with instructor after registration. (ages 5+) 12 Lessons: $218 – 1/2 hr. $326 – 3/4 hr. $434 – 1 hr. 6 Lessons: $110 – 1/2 hr. $164 – 3/4 hr. $218 – 1 hr. IMK 108 LIFT YOUR VOICE L. Fuller Students learn repertoire and proper voice technique including breathing, articulation, pitch and projection. S 1:00 p.m. – 1:55 p.m. (ages 8+) $98 IMK 204R REALLY BEGINNING PIANO M. Walton For students with absolutely no previous piano experience. Book included. Need to have piano or keyboard to practice at home. Class size limited to 6. Section 1: S 9:00 a.m. – 9:55 a.m. (ages 5 – 7) $112 Section 2: S 10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. (ages 8+) $112 IMK 116G BEGINNING CLASS GUITAR R. English Learn to read music and develop basic guitar skills. Bring your guitar, book included. S 11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m. (ages 8+) $112

ART IAA 183 PHOTOGRAPHY L. Horton Learn technical steps in digital and 35mm camera usage, composition, use of light sources, perspective and downloading. Bring your camera. T 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. $105 Jan. 22 – Mar. 12 IAA 144 DRAWING S. Combs Learn drawing techniques in a variety of media. Explore still life, figure and landscape drawing. W 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. $105 Jan. 23 – Mar. 13 IAA 105 INTRO TO STUDIO ART C. Hagedorn Emphasis on drawing and design. Theory and history will also be discussed. No class March 5 & 7. TTH 4:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. $198 Jan. 8 – Apr. 8

IMK 117G CLASS GUITAR R. English Continuation of IMK116G. Develop skills playing melodies and chords. Bring your guitar. S 10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. (ages 8+) $108



IDA 134 BELLY DANCE S. Hmeidan A Middle Eastern cultural dance experience connecting mind, body and spirit. Section 1: TH 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. $50 Jan. 24 – Feb. 28 Section 2: TH 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. $50 Mar. 14 – Apr. 18


ELEMENTARY BALLET S. Panek, D. Cherveny Section 1: TTH 10:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. Section 2: MW 6:00 p.m. – 7:20 p.m. INTERMEDIATE BALLET S. Panek, D. Cherveny TWTHF 8:30 a.m. – 9:50 a.m. ADVANCED BALLET TWTHF 10:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.

J. Ivanov-Ericson

POINTE Must be enrolled in a Ballet Class that precedes pointe class. WF 11:20 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.

J. Ivanov-Ericson

ELEMENTARY MODERN P. Godboldo Section 1: MW 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. Section 2: TTH 3:00 p.m. – 4:20 p.m. INTERMEDIATE MODERN T. Halloran Pearson MTW 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. ADVANCED MODERN D. Henderson MTW 3:10 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. ELEMENTARY JAZZ D. Henderson Section 1: TTH 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. Section 2: MW 4:30 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. INTERMEDIATE JAZZ D. Henderson TH 3:10 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. ADVANCED JAZZ T. Halloran Pearson TH 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.

ENROLLMENT FEES FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSES AS NOTED IDA 100 ELEMENTARY BALLET D. Cherveny No Class March 4 & 6. MW 6:00 p.m. -7:20 p.m. $273 Jan. 7 – Mar. 27 IDA 113 ETHNIC/DUNHAM TECH An African-Caribbean based technique with live drums. No Class March 6. W 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. $137 Jan. 9 – Mar. 27

IDA 385 STRETCH & TONE J. Molina Tone, tighten and trim up in this fun, upbeat dance fitness class. T 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. $83 Jan. 22 – Mar. 26

MUSIC IMA 107 PRIVATE LESSONS Lessons can be started anytime during the semester. Piano, Organ, Voice, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Guitar, Trumpet, Saxophone, Clarinet, Acoustic, Electric & Bass Guitar, Percussion & Drum Set. Time individually arranged with instructor after registration. 12 Lessons: $218 – 1/2 hr. $326 – 3/4 hr. $434 – 1 hr. 6 Lessons: $110 – 1/2 hr. $164 – 3/4 hr. $218 – 1 hr. IMA 100 (REALLY) BEGINNING PIANO M. Walton Designed for those with absolutely no previous piano experience. Book required. Class size limited to 6. TH 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. $116 Jan. 24 – Mar. 28 IMA 105 VOCAL DYNAMICS L. Fuller Learn essential techniques to improve your solo and choir singing. W 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. $116 Jan. 23 – Mar. 27 IMA 158 JAZZ ENSEMBLE R. English Develop ensemble concept, idiomatic style and repertoire in traditional jazz music. M 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. $116 Jan. 28 – Apr. 1 IMA 126 MARYGROVE CHAMBER SINGERS E. Duncan An ensemble of voices. Call 313-927-1254 for audition information. No class March 5. T 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. $110 Jan. 8 – Apr. 16

P. Godboldo


IMPORTANT Registration Information COURSE INFORMATION For questions about: Continuing Education (CE) call: (313) 927-1261 Institute of Music & Dance (IMD) call: (313) 927-1583 You should register at least 48 hours prior to the start of the class. Each class has a minimum required enrollment and must be reached prior to the first session to avoid cancellation. REGISTRATION BY MAIL Mail completed registration form (see page 19) along with tuition to: Marygrove College, Enrollment Center, LA 120, 8425 W. McNichols Rd., Detroit, MI 48221. It should be received at least 48 hours before the start of the class. REGISTRATION BY PHONE Holders of MasterCard or Visa may register for noncredit courses by calling (313) 927-1692. Please have your registration information and credit card ready when you call. REGISTRATION IN PERSON Visit the Enrollment Center, room 120, Liberal Arts Building. Hours are: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Late registration may be accepted through the first week of classes, if the class is still open. You may pay in person with cash, check, money order, MasterCard or VISA. Persons 18 or older must register themselves. ONLINE REGISTRATION Online registration is now available for all Continuing Education, Kids’ College and Institute of Music & Dance classes. For online registration, we accept MasterCard or Visa payments only. GETTING STARTED WITH ONLINE REGISTRATION 1. Visit 2. If you are a current Marygrove degree seeking student, please use the “Log In” tab at top of page 3. If you have taken Continuing Education classes previously at Marygrove, please click on the “What is my user ID” link below, find your login and password, then follow the instructions of number 2 above. 4. If you are a new Continuing Education student, click on the yellow/gold rectangle labeled “Continuing Education or Institute of Music & Dance.” 5. Do not log in. Instead , click on “Register and Pay for Classes/Conferences” under the registration box. 6. Leave form blank. Then click “Submit.” Have your credit card ready. 7. You will then be able to review, select and register for classes or workshops. Questions? Call (313) 927-1692 | 18 | | | 18

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CHANGES IN REGISTRATION/REFUND PROCEDURES All changes in registration must be done in writing. Registration Change/Withdrawal forms are available in the Enrollment Center (LA 120). No changes in registration, withdrawals or refunds will be accepted over the phone. There is a $10 processing fee for all course registration changes or withdrawals. Refund amounts are based upon the day the request is received. All withdrawals prior to the start of classes are 100% refundable. For classes that have five or more sessions, withdrawals before the second class are 90% refundable. No refunds will be granted after the second class meeting. For classes that have fewer than five sessions, or for online classes, no registration changes or refunds will be processed after the class starts. Teachers taking professional development classes should check with the appropriate partner (Teachscape or Performance Learning Systems) for their refund policy. Refunds take approximately 2-4 weeks to process through the Business Office. Full tuition and fees are refunded if a course is cancelled by Marygrove College. Otherwise, fees are not refundable.

TRANSCRIPTS Available for $5 per request. Complete a Transcript Request form available in the Enrollment Center (LA 120). Please allow 48 hours for processing. An incomplete Transcript Request form will delay processing. IMPORTANT NOTES Registration Form-Please be sure to check CE if you are taking a Continuing Education class (found on pages 4-13) or IMD for an Institute of Music & Dance class (found on pages 14-17). Senior Citizen Discount-If you are 65 years of age or older, please request the Senior Citizen Discount at the time of registration. You must provide proof of your age (driver’s license, birth certificate, etc.) to receive the 10% discount off tuition only. Parking Pass-You will need a parking pass if you plan to park an automobile on campus. Pick it up in the Enrollment Center on the first day of class. For all Kids’ College and Institute of Music & Dance classes- a Medical and Liability Release form and a Policy and Procedure Acknowledgement form must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian before the first day of class. These forms can be downloaded from, then click on Kids’ College Programming or they can be mailed to you upon request.



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