Warren’s College Fair will feature 88 Institutions from across the Nation

Warren, MI — Representatives from 88 institutions nationwide will participate in the Ninth Annual College Fair at the Warren City Hall Atrium.

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts, who initiated the Fair after he was elected mayor in 2007, described the event as “one-stop shopping for colleges and universities and other higher education institutions.”

As during the previous year, where 1200 attendees including parents, guardians and teachers had the opportunity to also learn more about the college application and enrollment process.

All of the major universities and colleges in Michigan are attending, and schools from as distant as Alabama (University of Alabama), Loyola University in Louisiana, Purdue University in Indiana, and the United States Military Academy in West Point will have representatives.

Representatives from the following colleges and universities will be available to answer questions on admissions and financial aid. Parents and guardians are welcome.

The following is a list of attendees:

  1. Abcott Institute
  2. Adrian College
  3. Air Force ROTC
  4. Albion College
  5. Alma College
  6. American Academy of Art
  7. Aquinas College
  8. Army National Guard
  9. Baker College of Clinton Twp.
  10. Ball State University
  11. Central Michigan University
  12. Citizens Bank
  13. City of Warren Police Department Recruiting
  14. Cleary University
  15. Cleveland State University
  16. College for Creative Studies
  17. Columbus College of Art and Design
  18. Cort Furniture
  19. Davenport University
  20. DIME Detroit
  21. Dominican International Institute
  22. Douglas J. Aveda Institutes
  23. Drexel University
  24. DSDT Detroit School for Digital Technology
  25. Eastern Kentucky University
  26. Eastern Michigan University
  27. Elmhurst College
  28. EMU: Aviation — Eagle Flight Centre
  29. Ferris State University
  30. Gannon University
  31. Grand Valley State University
  32. Henry Ford Community College
  33. Hiram College
  34. Holy Cross College
  35. Illinois Wesleyan University
  36. Indiana Tech
  37. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  38. Kalamazoo College
  39. Kendall College of Art & Design
  40. Kent State University
  41. Lake Superior State University
  42. Lawrence Technological University
  43. Loyola University of New Orleans
  44. Macomb Community College
  45. Madonna University
  46. Marine Corps Recruiting
  47. Marygrove College
  48. Michigan State University
  49. Michigan State University — Institute of Agricultural Technology
  50. Michigan Technological University
  51. Motion Picture Institute
  52. Northern Michigan University
  53. Northwood University
  54. Nova Southeastern University
  55. Oakland Community College
  56. Oakland University
  57. Ohio State University
  58. Olivet College
  59. Olivet Nazarene University
  60. Purdue University
  61. Rochester College
  62. Saginaw Valley State University
  63. Saint Mary’s College
  64. Schoolcraft College
  65. Siena Heights University
  66. South University
  67. Specs Howard School of Media Arts
  68. Spring Arbor University
  69. MI Dept. of Treasury — Student Financial ServicesBureau
  70. The Art Institute of Michigan
  71. Tiffin University
  72. Trine University
  73. TruChampions
  74. United States Army Reserve
  75. University of Alabama
  76. University of Detroit Mercy
  77. University of Michigan Army ROTC
  78. University of Michigan of Ann Arbor
  79. University of Michigan of Dearborn
  80. University of Michigan of Flint
  81. University of Saint Francis
  82. University of Toledo
  83. Valparaiso University
  84. Walsh College
  85. Wayne State University
  86. Western Michigan University
  87. West Point (United States Military Academy)
  88. Western Michigan University — Chemical and Paper Engineering Dept.
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