From its earliest days more than a century ago, Cleary University paved the way for women to access and excel in higher education.
In this blog we share the stories of the six students who remained on campus as their classmates cleared out and went home after the Covid-19 crisis started.
While May typically ushers in milestone celebrations like commencement, new jobs and career opportunities, a time when students leave campus for summer adventures and work experiences, it’s safe to say that this month has not turned out as any of us anticipated!
Studies show that just 41 percent of U.S. college students say they are ready to enter the workforce upon graduation. Many employers agree with that assessment. But we hear just the opposite from employers who hire Cleary grads! What is the Cleary difference, exactly? In this week’s blog, we spoke to recent graduates and Southeast […]
Cleary University has always focused on building partnerships between industry and education because, as a business university, such partnerships move us forward and set our students up for success. Dr. Matt Bennett, Senior Vice President, Institutional Advancement, says that as a large employer in Livingston County and a key economic contributor here, we have an obligation to keep […]
Our alumni offer different stories and perspectives, different reasons for coming to Cleary, and different reasons for engaging once they graduate.
A high inclusivity model is the ultimate service to a student because it anticipates the needs of the learner before they ask for it.
Things have been changing fast here at Cleary University. Over the past two years, we’ve seen unparalleled growth, and now we’re positioned for what looks to be a record-breaking fall in terms of number of applicants and number of new students.
The average person spends 90,000 hours over the course of their life at work. That’s a lot of time devoted to an endeavor which, if you don’t love your work, can feel like drudgery.
So many misconceptions exist when it comes to funding higher education, which can lead to fears preventing students from moving forward with their education, Peters says. Many think they won’t qualify for free aid – but they can’t know that until they apply and go through the process.
It’s no coincidence that a majority of our students are involved in athletics. That’s because the values they learn being a member of an athletic team translates well to careers in business.
Employers say our graduates are more prepared for the workforce than peers from other institutions. We prepare students to contribute and prevail in an innovative, constantly changing workforce.