Cleary Alumni Association meeting May 22
The Cleary University Alumni Association will be hosting an informational meeting Wednesday, May 22, 6:30 p.m., Room 1 of the Johnson Center on the Howell campus.
Becoming active in the association is a great way to professionally network, make new friends and help the University continue to grow. You can make the association what you want it to be! Just a few examples of alumni association activities can include: Participating and/or volunteering at the University’s golf outing; Summer picnic at the President’s home; Participating in/and volunteering at the University’s gala auction; Mentoring students; Involvement with Founder’s Week activities.
Please RSVP to Janet Filip at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 517-586-3009. Spouses or significant others are welcome!
Cleary University will host its annual Cleary Classic Golf Outing Monday, Aug. 26 at Chemung Hills Golf Course in Howell.
Tickets are $175 per golfer and include: 18 holes of golf, refreshments, lunch and dinner. There also will be course contests. Tickets are available by contacting Janet Filip at 517-586-3009. For questions, send email to email@example.com.
Deadline for registration is Aug. 9.
All proceeds from the event provide scholarship assistance for continuing students who demonstrate academic and leadership skills.
HOWELL - While some parents just want to relax after they get the kids off to school, others want to make the most of their time.
For stay-at-home parents, Cleary University is offering a daytime degree program for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Starting fall 2013, interested students will be able to participate in an academically supportive environment with other stay-at-home parents; take classes two days a week; and still maintain their schedules with their children.
The program is being offered at both the Livingston and Washtenaw campuses of Cleary University.
Undergraduate degrees in health care management and management are being offered, as well as, graduate degrees in management and organizational leadership.
To learn more about Cleary University programs, visit CLEARY.EDU/ADMISSIONS or call 800.686.1883.
HOWELL – Cleary University has named 75 students to the Dean’s List for the 2013 winter term.
The Dean’s List for academic scholarship includes undergraduate students who are enrolled in 12 or more quarter credit hours and have maintained a grade point average for the quarter of 3.75 or higher.
HOWELL – Cleary University got a piece of rock Monday, May 7 that will hopefully be the foundation of a campus tradition.
“We wanted to create a unique way for our campus community to celebrate accomplishments,” said Carrie Bonofiglio, director of admissions at Cleary University. “We have a growing traditional student population and we have athletics now as well. We hope our students will use the rock to express themselves, appropriately.”
The 6.4 ton rock was purchased as part of a $3,000 grant from Helen’s Circle, the Cleary University women’s organization. The rock is located between the Johnson Center and Chrysler Hall on the Livingston Campus in Howell.