Mon / Apr 13

Spring Term A Session

Thru: 5/24/2015
Mon / May 11

CBIAT Term Break

Thru: 7/19/2015
Fri / May 22

BAC 100 Spring B Session

Thru: 5/31/2015
Sun / May 24

Spring Session A Ends

Mon / May 25

Session Break

Thru: 5/31/2015
Mon / Jun 1

Spring Session B Begins

Featured News At Cleary

  • Cleary University, ITC Holdings partnership benefits Secunda

    ITC Holdings presents Cleary University President Thomas Sullivan and members of the Board of Trustees with a check for $10,000

    HOWELL - Cleary University's partnership with ITC Holdings is creating some special energy in Livingston County.

    ITC Holdings recently presented the Cleary University Board of Trustees with a check for $10,000 to support the Arthur Secunda Museum. More buzz is being created by ITC's sponsorship of WJR's 2015 Pure Michigan Tour, which will bring Paul W. Smith to Cleary for a live broadcast from the museum at Monday, May 4 from 5:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. The broadcast, which is open to the public, will take place in the Chrysler Building on Cleary University Livingston Campus in Howell.

  • Prowling Cougar Run set for June 13

    HOWELL - Cleary University's cross country team has created The Prowling Cougar 5K Run to benefit the Univesity of Michigan's Women's and Children's Hospital and the cross country team. The 5K and one mile run is set for Saturday, June 13 at the Brighton State Recreation Area. Registration before June 6 is $25 (5K) and $15 (1 Mile). After June 6 registration is $30 and $20. Parking for the event is $11 or free with recreation passport. The 1 Mile begins at 8:30 a.m. and the 5K starts at 9 a.m. To register, go to

Get a Business Degree From Cleary University

Founded in 1883, Cleary University is a Business University that prides itself on being able to offer an affordable and rewarding education in the beautiful city of Howell, MI. While we are located in a close-knit community, we welcome students from around the world and provide each and every student with the resources they need to maximize their potential. With our individualized attention, intentionally small class sizes, and abundance of career advancement resources, our students excel - it's as simple as that! No matter if you are fresh out of high school, seeking an MBA, enrolling as an international student, or simply returning to school to get a leg up on your career, we have the tools to help you succeed.

Your Career Needs Cleary University

In today's economy, more and more careers are requiring job applicants to have a higher education - this means that those with high school diplomas will find it hard to acquire a job that pays more than minimum wage. Luckily, the demand for solid business graduates is at an all-time high, which means Cleary University professionals are finding it easy to secure jobs after graduation.

You owe it to yourself to invest in your future with a business degree from Cleary University - your career needs it. To take the next step and get started on the path to your success, call one of our helpful Business STRONG individuals at (800) 686-1883.



Featured Upcoming Events At Cleary

  • Wellness Center policy and schedule changes


    The Cleary University Wellness and Recreation Center is available for rental for events, but is no longer open to the public. Please contact Darla Hargraves for rental availability. All bookings must be made at least one week in advance of date. The center has new hours for use by faculty, staff and students. The new hours are: Monday through Friday - 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday - 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday - CLOSED (Court area may be occupied by renters from 6 - 8 pm and on weekends) For more informatiom, call 517-586-3001.

  • Celebrate opening day at Cleary April 6


    Cleary University will celebrate opening day and the inaugural seasons of baseball and softball with a party Monday, April 6 at Parker Middle School (400 Wright Rd., Howell). The event begins at 12:30 p.m. and will offer fun and prizes and an appearance by Clancy the Cougar, Cleary's mascot. The baseball team plays a doubleheader against Concordia, starting at 2 p.m.