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Supporting Michigan frontliners

While much of the world transitioned to working from home during the pandemic, frontline workers didn’t have that luxury. They […]

Education knows no boundaries

How one student’s journey defies the tradition in higher education While many retired professionals are basking in the Florida sun […]

Changing the dynamics of higher education

A note from Dr. Richard J. Pappas Today, our education system has profound and systemic issues rooted in societal barriers […]

Five ways to make the right college choice from anywhere

In every aspect of life, obstacles can occur that prevent you from doing things the “normal” way.  Choosing a college […]

Cybersecurity: What is it and why should you study it

Are you having a difficult time deciding what you should study in college? If you’re interested in technology and have […]

Four successful alumni share insights with new graduates

We asked four recent Davenport grads to share how they got where they are today and what advice they’d give […]

Davenport’s new provost introduces first-generation student success program

“It starts with bravery.” This is the first response you’ll receive when you ask Dr. Gilda Gely, the new provost […]

Off the gridiron: How to balance academic and athletic success

An interview with Nate Couturier, Panther record-breaker and Academic All-American Couturier is one of just four wide receivers in the […]

What high school students should consider before heading to college

When entering the final stages of your high school career, college may seem like a daunting task. There are a […]

As mental health needs rise, Davenport University increases ease of access and availability to free, confidential counseling for students on all campuses

(Grand Rapids, Mich. – October 5, 2020) – In response to a growing need for mental health services among college […]

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