The purpose of Marygrove College is to educate each student toward intellectual and professional competence; toward career flexibility through grounding in the liberal arts; and toward active compassion and commitment. Marygrove provides a personalized learning environment which, through excellent teaching in its undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education programs, sets for its students these goals: competence, compassion, commitment.
The college exists on a 53-acre campus. The Madame Cadillac and Liberal Arts buildings, by architect D.A. Bohlen & Son, are Tudor Gothic structures with stained glass windows, wrought iron gates, carved wood decorations, high ceilings, arched doorways, and carved stonework. These buildings are some of the best Tudor Gothic structures in Metro Detroit.
Nowadays the college has approximately 1,100 undergraduate and graduate students, and more than 2,000 students in its graduate distance-learning programs. Marygrove has 32 bachelor degree, 10 master degrees, five associate degrees, and three post-baccalaureate programs. Marygrove also offers a number certification programs.Financial Aid
Financial aid comes in the form of grants, scholarships, loans and work-study. The financial aid package may consist of any and all of these resources depending on a variety of factors. All students must file a FAFSA and be making satisfactory academic progress to be eligible for most forms of financial aid.Scholarships
Scholarships and educational assistance are available from a variety of sources: employers, organizations, banks and credit unions, religious organizations, community foundations and many other organizations. A surprising number of scholarships go unused because students don’t ask. Marygrove College also offers a variety of academic and talent scholarships.