• Jayson Boyers, Cleary University President
    Posted October 1, 2015

    Welcome Message from President Boyers

    Jayson M. Boyers, begins his new role as president of Cleary University on Oct. 1, 2015.

    Boyers, 43, is the tenth president in Cleary University’s 132-year history.

  • Posted September 15, 2015

    Cleary University cooking up community outreach with new kitchen

    HOWELL – Cleary University is cooking up something good for Livingston County as it prepares to open a demonstration kitchen on the Howell Campus later this year.

    “The Cleary University recipe for success includes being a great partner and serving the community we call home,” said Tom Sullivan, president of Cleary University. “We had heard from several different non-profits that a demonstration kitchen was a growing need and we wanted to see if there was anything we could do to help.”

    Sullivan said that a local foundation and NSF gave over $175,000 toward the project and the University provided the space in the Wellness Center.

  • Posted July 29, 2015

    Cleary University ranks among most affordable in country for HR degree

    HOWELL – Cleary University has been named one of the country’s most affordable small schools to obtain an human resources degree according to the 2015 listing on

    “To be included on this list is a testament to how hard Cleary University works to offer a great education and keep costs low for our students,” said Tom Sullivan, president. “We have fixed tuition for those who stay continuously enrolled, no hidden fees and tuition includes all educational resources.”

  • Posted July 14, 2015

    Cleary University receives grant to support entrepreneurial weekend

    HOWELL – Cleary University has received a $12,000 grant from the Community Foundation for Livingston County that will help support Startup Weekend Livingston, an event to help create an environment attractive for tech entrepreneurs.

  • Posted August 11, 2015

    Cleary to honor Walls with building naming Aug. 14

    HOWELL – Much like artists who sign their work, Ed and Mary Ellen Wall of Ann Arbor will have their names permanently etched on Cleary University Friday, Aug 14.

    Cleary University will host a naming ceremony for the Ed and Mary Ellen Wall Center for Education and the Arts, Friday, Aug. 14 to honor the couples’ contributions.

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