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Is college still worth the cost? Usually

Is college still worth the cost? Usually

September 15, 2016 | Ted Roelofs

In spite of rising tuition and loan debt, experts say a college degree still looks like a wise financial investment for most Michigan students, if they choose wisely.

Little action in Lansing to increase college degrees

Little action in Lansing to increase college degrees

September 15, 2016 | Ron French

A sobering report recommends a half billion dollars to improve college access. Lansing responds with a yawn

How other states are getting college dropouts to drop back in

How other states are getting college dropouts to drop back in

September 15, 2016 | Ron French

From financial incentives to colleges designed for dropouts, states are finding ways to help residents get their diplomas. Could these programs help Michigan

Michigan’s college dropout dilemma

Michigan’s college dropout dilemma

September 8, 2016 | Ron French

Thousands of adults are just a few classes away from a degree. So why isn’t Michigan, so hungry for skilled workers, doing more to help them finish

Over 28? You’ll get no student aid from Michigan

Over 28? You’ll get no student aid from Michigan

September 8, 2016 | Ron French

Obsolete state policies favor financial aid for young students over the older, part-time students who are increasingly filling college campuses.

MAP: College dropout rates by county

MAP: College dropout rates by county

September 8, 2016 | Bridge Staff

Michigan has the highest college dropout rates in the Midwest. See rates in your county