Ferris State University continues to increase college access for Michigan high school students. The University has added five new secondary school partners and 11 new instructors to its FerrisNow Program for the upcoming academic year.
Through FerrisNow, high school students enroll in college courses to earn transcripted college credit. The students gain college experience while saving time and money towards their future college expenses.
“The FerrisNow program is expanding, providing greater access to college opportunities for Michigan students,” said DeeDee Stakley, the director of the Office of Transfer and Secondary School Partnerships, which oversees the FerrisNow Program. “We are pleased to announce that the FerrisNow program is adding new partners and FerrisNow instructors. Providing access to students and meeting the needs of our high school and tech center partners is a primary focus for the FerrisNow program.”
New FerrisNow partners include:
- LifeTech Academy (Lansing, Mich.)
- Mecosta-Osceola Career Center (Big Rapids, Mich.)
- Riverview Community High School (Riverview, Mich.)
- Traverse City Central High School (Traverse City, Mich.)
- Van Buren Tech Early College (Lawrence, Mich.)
FerrisNow has added 11 instructors to its program:
- Brian Balch, Big Rapids High School (Big Rapids, Mich.)
- Gary Betway, Riverview Community High School (Riverview, Mich.)
- Sean Burns, Kent Career Tech Center (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
- Lisa Coin, Kent Career Tech Center (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
- Kate Felcyn, Armada High School (Armada, Mich.)
- Becky Harvey, Traverse City Central High School (Traverse City, Mich.)
- Hailey Kane, Kent Career Tech Center (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
- Margaret Novy, Traverse City West Senior High School (Traverse City, Mich.)
- Elizabeth O'Donnell, Kent Career Tech Center (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
- Matthew Whitman, Van Buren Tech (Lawrence, Mich.)
- Angelina Zeller, LifeTech Academy (Lansing, Mich.)
The FerrisNow Program is collaborating with 34 secondary institutions during the 2019-20 academic year. FerrisNow also works with the University’s Center for [email protected] Studies and Charter Schools Office on college-in-high-school programs.
Click FerrisNow Program for more information.