Faculty & Staff


  • Posted July 21, 2014

    Cleary leadership programs receive $10,000 community grant

    HOWELL – Cleary University’s Leadership Livingston programs have received a grant worth $10,0000 from the Community Foundation for Livingston County.

    "We were working with Community Foundation of Southeastern Michigan on a grant for an art program for youth through the Arthur Secunda Museum. One thing led to another and we were blessed with two project-based grants, one each for the adult and the youth versions of Leadership Livingston," said Grace Farley, program director for Cleary University.

    “Community leadership projects teach participants of Leadership Livingston and Leadership Livingston Youth how to apply what they learn from the training part of the program and from networking with other leaders in the county. The projects also give selected community service organizations a boost in support, expertise, and energy. This year's projects will be extra special with grant funding from Community Foundation for Livingston County,” Farley said.

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  • Posted June 10, 2014

    Cleary’s Markley named 2013 Quality Professional of the Year

    HOWELL – The American Society for Quality Automotive Division has named Cleary University’s Geri Markley, as the 2013 Quality Professional of the Year.

    “I’m thrilled to be recognized by the American Society for Quality’s Automotive Division,” said Markley, executive director of Michigan Performance Excellence. “We strive to serve the entire Michigan community and all sectors, including manufacturing, service, small business, education, healthcare, and non-profits. Our services are provided by teams of dedicated volunteers who want to see Michigan organizations compete and win. With their dedication and hours of support they have provided many organizations valuable feedback on how they can improve and produce better results for customers, employees, and owners.”

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  • Posted May 30, 2014

    Commencement ceremony set for Saturday, June 7

    HOWELL - Cleary University will host its commencement ceremony for graduates Saturday, June 7 at the Johnson Center on the Livingston Campus in Howell.

    Ferdinand Hampson, co-founder of Habatat Galleries in Detroit, will be the keynote speaker.

    Hampson is co-founder of Michigan Glass Month and has coordinated more than 125 museum, university and art center exhibitions during his career.

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Mon / Sep 15

Fall Term A Session

Thru: Sunday, October 26, 2014
Mon / Sep 22

College Night and Transfer Fair

Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PMLocation: Muskegon College

College Night and Transfer Fair

Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PMLocation: Muskegon College