Ferris State University’s FerrisNow Program set a new record for fall high school student enrollment with 958 students taking University courses this semester. Ferris is offering 88 course sections designated for high school students this fall.
Ferris State University will host the annual Michigan Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (MiCEP) Conference on October 9 at the University in Big Rapids. The conference will focus on best practices related to concurrent and dual enrollment, the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (NACEP) standards, and research that is relevant to college-in-high-school programs.
Ferris State University continues to increase college access for Michigan high school students. The University has added 5 new secondary school partners and 11 new instructors to its FerrisNow Program for the upcoming academic year.