• Mrs. Kortney Ball, High School Counselor


    Main Line: (989) 269-9593 ext. 4025

    Counseling Office: (989) 803-9011

  • Ms. Colleen Hooks, College Advisor


    Main Line: (989) 269-9593 ext. 4003

    Counseling Office: (989) 803-9011

  • Mrs. Nancy Swartzendruber, Admin. Asst./Registrar


    Main Line: (989) 269-9593 ext. 4011

    Counseling Office: (989) 803-9011

    It's a great day to be a Hatchet!

Important Information from Your Counselor

Local Scholarships


Additional information can be found in the manila folders in the Counseling Office.



Jean M.R. Smith Foundation Scholarship (Due: March 1, 2018)

For Huron County seniors who plan to obtain a bachelor’s degree. Selection criteria based on character, academic achievement, extra-curricular activities, community service, and financial need. Two recommendations are required. Chosen applicant could receive up to $24,000 over four years. Paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office starting December 1st. Applications must be turned back in before March 1st to be mailed out on time.


Cooperative Elevator Co. Scholarship (Due: March 2018)

$500 scholarships are available for area seniors who have at least a 3.0 GPA, are an active member in FFA, 4-H, or ag-related affiliation, and plan to pursue a degree and career in agriculture. Paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.


Huron County Bar Association Scholarship (Due: March 31, 2018)

$500 scholarships for seniors in Huron County who have a 3.5 GPA or better and plan to pursue a four-year degree in Pre-Law or related curriculum. Two letters of recommendation, evidence of community involvement, and an essay are required in addition to the application. More information and paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.


Anthony L. Rapes Memorial Scholarship (Due: March 29, 2018)

For Huron County seniors who plan to pursue further education in the field of agriculture. Applicants must have 4-H or FFA involvement and submit an essay along with the application. More information and paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.


Huron County 4-H Council Scholarship (Due: March 29, 2018)

Up to four $500 scholarships to be awarded to seniors who are enrolled in the Huron County 4-H Program and have been accepted to a college. Applicants must include short essay, future goals, and two letters of recommendation. More information and paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.


Application for Local Donor Scholarships (Due: March 29, 2018)

Application can be found under "Links" on this page. Must be typed and one application will be used for various local scholarships. Essay is required for the Plevnia Scholarship and Narayan Physical Therapy Scholarship.


Potential scholarship opportunities for the local donor scholarship application are as follows. Scholarship availability and funding is subject to change from year-to-year.


George E. Greene Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who intends to pursue a career in elementary, secondary, or higher education.

Douglas Pankratz Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who intends to major in physical therapy or a related field.

Christina L. Groombridge Memorial Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who intends to major in a mathematics or technology field.

Jean Kasserman Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who intends to pursue a degree in the medical science field.

Thelma Allen Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who intends to pursue a career in education.

Jimmy Morell Scholarship: For applicants who have been involved in athletics. Preference for football or hockey players.

Bad Axe Lions Club Scholarship: Preference for a student who intends to pursue higher education and has been involved in civic and service-oriented activities.

Rotary Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who has been involved in community service.

Plevnia Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who intends to pursue a career in the medical field.

Narayan Scholarship: Preference for an applicant who intends to major in physical therapy or a related field.

Masonic Lodge Scholarship: Applicant chosen based on Masonic Lodge Committee criteria.

Bad Axe Public Schools Staff Scholarships: (Elementary, Middle, and High Schools)


Retired School Personnel Scholarship (Due: April 1, 2018)

For high school seniors in Huron County who plan to pursue a four-year degree in teacher education at a Michigan accredited college or university. Award is $1,000. Applications must be completed in paper format and are available in a folder in the Counseling Office. 


Fred Kalis Athletic Scholarship (Due: April 2018)

For seniors who have participated in high school athletics. Application and two-page essay are required. This scholarship is housed in the Sanilac County Community Foundation portal and can be found at http://sanilaccountycommunityfoundation.org/grants-and-scholarships/


Thumb Tractor Pulling Association (Due: April 2018)

For a local high school senior who will be attending a post-secondary institution to study diesel mechanics, automotive or engineering. This scholarship is housed in the Sanilac County Community Foundation portal and can be found at http://sanilaccountycommunityfoundation.org/grants-and-scholarships/


Huron County Community Foundation (Due: April 2, 2018) 

Many local scholarship opportunities are available using the online portal. The online application is open beginning October 1st. Visit www.huroncountycommunityfoundation.org


Sanilac County Community Foundation (Due: April 2, 2018) 

Many local scholarship opportunities are available using the online portal. The online application is open beginning October 1st. Visit http://sanilaccountycommunityfoundation.org/grants-and-scholarships/


Thumb Cellular Scholarship (Due: April 2018)

$1,500 scholarship for a selected senior who creates a 1-5 minute creative video that promotes the safe use of your cellular device while driving. For more information visit www.thumbcellular.com/scholarship


Bad Axe Athletic Booster Club Scholarship (Due: April 20, 2018)

Two $500 scholarships available for seniors who lettered for at least one full season in a varsity sport. Applicants should have a 2.5 GPA or higher and have been involved in community service projects. An application, typed essay, and a letter of recommendation from a coach are required. More information and paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.


Huron-Verona Masonic Lodge #365 Scholarship (Due: May 2018)

Scholarship is available to seniors based on financial need, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.

State and National Scholarships

Additional Scholarship Information Available in the Counseling Office



Albert Flegenheimer Memorial Scholarship (Due: March 31, 2018)

$2,500 scholarship available to a high school senior who has completed a documented Youth Sugarbeet Project. More information and paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.


Michigan Sugar Next Generation Scholarship (Due: March 31, 2018)

$1,000 scholarship offered to the runner-up of the Albert Flegenheimer Memorial Scholarship (above). More information and paper applications are available in the BAHS Counseling Office.


Michigan Retailers Association Scholarship (Due: April 1, 2018)

Awarding scholarships worth $1,000 and $500 if a student or their parents are employed by a business that is a member of MRA. More information and application can be found at www.retailers.com/member-benefits/scholarship-program/


The Ohio-Michigan Association of Career Colleges and Schools (Due: April 6, 2018)

The Ohio-Michigan Association of Career Colleges and Schools, in cooperation with 23 participating career colleges and schools, is offering more than 100 scholarships. The primary objective of these scholarships is to provide students with the education and training necessary to obtain a job in an Ohio or Michigan business or industry and encourage students to learn more about leadership in their communities. Available scholarships may cover full, one-half tuition, or a specific dollar amount. 
Who is eligible?
✓ These scholarships are available to any current high school senior graduating from any Ohio or
Michigan High School by June of 2018.
✓ The applicant needs a “C” average or better to apply. Students do not have to demonstrate
financial need.
✓ Each applicant must be nominated by a local civic or community leader or by a current member of
the Ohio or Michigan Legislature.
✓ Any recipient of a scholarship must be able to meet the college or school’s entrance requirements.
✓ Each applicant is eligible to apply for up to three scholarships, but must use a separate
application for each scholarship.
✓ The scholarship recipient must start classes either the summer or fall term following their high
school graduation.


HARVEST Scholarship (Due: April 6, 2018

The Tim DeWitt HARVEST Education Foundation establishes educational programs and opportunities for students
who wish to make a career in the RV and campground, manufactured housing or self-storage industry. In some
cases, scholarships will be awarded to students even though their career goals may not lead them back to these
industries. In cases like these, awards will be made to outstanding scholars or students with compelling needs. Applications can be found here.

Home Builders Association of Saginaw Scholarship (Due: April 21, 2018)

Scholarships available to students who are participating in a technical field of study within the building industry. Open to either part time students working in the industry or full time students who wish to enter the skilled trades. Awarded based on career goals, academic achievement (2.7 GPA or higher), work experience, and community service. More information and online application can be found at www.hbas.org


Student-View Scholarship (Due: April 22, 2018)

$11,000 worth of scholarship money being offered to high school seniors who complete a survey about colleges in their area. The scholarships will be awarded by random drawing of completed applications. For more information and online application/survey available at www.student-view.com


Aspiring Fashion Professional Scholarship (Due: June 1, 2018)

$1,000 for seniors who plan to pursue a fashion related field at a post-secondary school or college. Selection is based on academic performance and essay. More information and online application at http://www.fashion-schools.org/aspiring-fashion-professional-scholarship-program


Aspiring Animation Professional Scholarship (Due: June 1, 2018)

$1,000 for seniors who plan to pursue an animation related field at a post-secondary school or college. Selection is based on academic performance and essay. More information and online application at http://www.animationcareerreview.com/animationcareerreviewcom-aspiring-animation-professional-scholarship-program


Aspiring Business Professional Scholarship (Due: June 1, 2018)

$1,000 for seniors who plan to pursue a business related field at a post-secondary school or college. Selection is based on academic performance and essay. More information and online application at: http://www.onlinembareport.com/ombar-aspiring-business-professional-scholarship-program


Delete Cyberbullying Scholarship (Due: June 30, 2018)

The Delete Cyberbullying Scholarship is available to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. To be considered, you must submit a maximum 500 - word essay on one of the following topics: "Why is it important to work to delete cyberbullying?" or "How has cyberbullying personally affected you?" Selection is based on the written essay and focus on commitment to the cause of deleting cyberbullying. Winner receives a $1,000 award. Application can be found at http://endcyberbullying.squarespace.com/scholarship


Aspiring Nurse Scholarship (Due: June 2018)

$1,000 for high school seniors who plan to pursue a college education in nursing, including LPN/LVN, ADN, and BSN programs. Applicants should show academic excellence particularly in the areas of science and math and have a passion for the field of nursing. Application and more information can be found at http://www.nursingschoolsalmanac.com/node/17039


Michigan Bean Queen Contest (Due: July 22, 2018)

Applicants must female, high school graduates between the ages of 17-22. An agricultural background is not required. Winner receives a $1,250 college scholarship. For more information visit the Michigan Bean Festival website or call Laura Lubeski at (989) 550-7966.


From Failure to Promise Essay Contest (Due: July 31, 2018)

First place: $10,000 and three honorable mentions: $500 each. Essay must be completed based on prompts with at least 1500 words. Contestants must be high school seniors students with at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA, pursuing or planning to pursue a degree at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada. More information and online application available at http://www.fromfailuretopromise.com/essay-scholarship-contest--html


Michigan American Legion Programs and Scholarships (Due: Varies)

Multiple Scholarships available - check website for specific due dates. Scholarships are available specifically for descendants of war time veterans but also offer general scholarships as well. More information at www.michiganlegion/scholarships 


Rosa Parks Scholarship 

For high school seniors who attend public or private Michigan schools and will graduate by August or application year. Requirements: Minimum 2.5 G.P.A., financial need, completed application and essay. More information at http://www.rosaparksscholarshipfoundation.org/Scholarship.htm


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College Applications

Stop into the Counseling Office to request your transcript and test scores be sent to the institutions where you have applied.



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AP test Dates

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College Reps and Military visits

Representatives from the following colleges/universities will be visiting BAHS. Junior and senior students that wish to speak with a representative may sign up in the guidance office.



Class of 2018

Class of 2019

Class of 2020

Open House/Special College Days

Alma College

Junior Days

We’ve tailored this event specifically for high school juniors and their families. This is an important time in your college search process! We’ll answer your questions about academics, athletics, performing arts, financial aid and other college selection factors. Your day includes lunch and a tour of campus.

Date: Saturday, March 17th, 2018

Time: 9:30AM

Cost: Free


Tartan Days

Are you a true Scot? Find out at Tartan Day! The Student Organization Fair will showcase the many groups and clubs available to students. You’ll also learn more about travel opportunities, the Alma Venture, academic programs and graduate success.

Day: Saturday, April 14th, 2018

Time: 9:30AM

Cost: Free


Andrews University

Undergraduate Preview Event

Picture it! 24 hours of fun-filled action from Sunday to Monday! Andrews University Preview events are group visits that give students and families an opportunity to get to know more about Andrews. In addition to having a scheduled appointment with a professor in your area(s) of interest, University Preview events give you the chance to attend informative programs on financial aid, campus life and student success, visit a class in session… and even better, connect with other students. Of course, there will be many moments of fun and games, great food and your very own gift—the official Andrews University T-shirt!

Date: Sunday, April 8th, 2018-Monday, April 9th, 2018


Cost: Free


Aquinas College

AQ Day Open House

AQDays are designed to introduce prospective students and their parents to Aquinas College. We encourage all high school and transfer students to attend! Our lush 117-acre campus is a former estate, complete with an English Style Manor and Carriage House. Our 90 species of trees, ponds, creeks and terraced gardens will show you why we've been called Michigan's "most beautiful small college."
Date: Friday, April 20th, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-2:30PM

Cost: Free


Calvin College

Fridays at Calvin

Our premiere visit program—stay the night, catch breakfast, attend chapel, sit in on a class, check out the rock wall and more. You'll get a tour of campus, a Q & A session with our students and faculty, as well as lunch.

Dates: Every Friday from now until April 27th, 2018

Time: 8:00 AM- 3:30PM (or next day if staying the night)

Cost: Free

Central Michigan University

Fire Up Fridays

We’re bringing the entire family together this spring to show you just how fired up we are about having you at CMU. Faculty, staff, alumni and current students are ready to greet our newly admitted students and their families. You’ll learn how to make a smooth transition, and even get a head start on checking some of those next steps off your list. And, if you are still unsure where you will go to school, Fire Up Fridays will provide the information you need as you determine if CMU is the right fit.

Dates:March 23rd, 2018

Time: 8:30AM-3:45PM

Cost: Free

College of Creative Studies

Information Sessions

Come see why CCS outshines the rest! Our Information Sessions are the best way for prospective students to experience our nationally recognized and highly ranked art and design programs. Take a tour of campus, get current student perspectives, connect with faculty and discuss admissions and financial aid questions.This event is flexible so you can get the information you need and the experience you want all within your own time frame.

Dates: Saturday, March 17th, 2018

Saturday, April 14th, 2018

Time: 8:45AM-2:00PM

Cost: Free


Monday Morning Talk & Tour

Join us for an overview presentation of our 12 art & design programs, career potential in creative fields, and details about the admissions and application processes. Your full campus tour will be led by one of our Student Ambassadors who can answer questions about the college and campus life.

Dates: Monday, March 26th, 2018

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-12:00PM

Cost: Free


Cornerstone University

Golden Eagle Days

On Golden Eagle Days, Cornerstone's campus comes alive with an added excitement. Prospective and current students combine: giving you an energized taste of what life will feel like on this campus. Meet students from all over the country and around the world. During your visit, we promise you will come to understand the engaging faith of this campus, the passion and expertise of our faculty and the unique place you will get to hold as a member of the Cornerstone community. We are eager to meet you, and your parents, in person.

Dates: Friday, April 6th, 2018

Friday, April 20th, 2018

Friday, April 27th, 2018

Time: 9:00AM- 3:30PM

Cost: Free

Davenport University

#DUit Workshops

We offer several special #DUit Workshops each year to help students move forward with their college decision.  Your #DUit experience includes: hands-on 1:1 assistance with application steps, career exploration workshops, scholarship application help, networking with faculty and university departments, and more.  Plus FREE lunch! If you're a first-time visitor to DU, we invite you to attend sessions at this event that are led by one of our friendly experts. Learn more about our university experience and everything DU offers! No matter where you are in your college application decision, attend a #DUit event to "pounce" forward on your next steps! 

Dates: March 24, 2018

March 30, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-1:00PM

Cost: Free

Ferris State University

Police Academy and Ferris Open House

Interested in the Criminal Justice program? Come check out eh FSU police academy open house! Interested students will be given a tour of the police academy, see presentations by current academy cadets on what to expect, and have an opportunity to meet with cadets to ask questions and learn more about the program. There will also be a tour of the FSSU campus, as well as lunch after the program has concluded!

In order to register, please email: schoolofcriminaljustice@ferris.edu

Hurry! Space is limited for this exciting event!

Date: Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Time: 10:00AM-11:50AM

Cost: Free


Dawg Days

Saturday visit to meet with colleges/departments, admissions presentation, financial aid presentation, student panel, campus tour, and lunch. (registration will begin in February)

Date: April 7th, 2018

April 21st, 2018

Time: 9:15AM-1:00PM

Cost: Free

Grand Valley State University

Laker Experience Days

The Admissions Office will be hosting Laker Experience Day this spring for high school juniors and their parents. This open house program is intended to help students discover why Grand Valley State University might be a great fit, and will help them understand the college search and application process. 

Dates: Friday, April 6th, 2018

Friday, April 13th, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-1:00PM

Cost: Free

Student Visitation Days

The Admissions Office will be hosting a Student Visitation Day this spring for high school juniors and their parents This program is intended to encourage students to start thinking about their college search, applying to college and to acquaint them with Grand Valley State University. 

Dates: Friday, March 30th, 2018

Time: 1:00PM-3:00PM

Cost: Free

Hillsdale College

Junior Visit Days

The day includes a welcome presentation, faculty lecture, lunch, student life panel, a campus tour, and concluding reception.

Dates: Friday, April 20th, 2018

April 27, 2018

Time: 9:30AM-3:00PM

Cost: Free


Junior Days

High school juniors: Wherever you are in your college search, our Junior Days are designed to give you the experience of a full day of life at Hope. We think you’ll like what you see — and hear. 

Dates: Friday, April 6th, 2018

Friday, April 13th, 2018

Friday, April 20th, 2018

Time: N/A

Cost: Free


Kettering University

LITE (Lives Improve Through Engineering)

LITE is a two-week residential program which introduces girls who will complete the 11th grade by July 1, 2018 to what engineers do and how they improve people's lives by using math, science, and technology to find solutions to human  problems. At LITE, students will see how engineers help prevent injuries by designing air bags and child car seats and testing them with crash dummies, learn how engineers repair joints, limbs, and organs by making functional and durable replacements, explore environmental challenges in engineering, solve crimes using science and technology, and see how they can change the world with engineering. LITE includes exciting classes and labs taught by Kettering faculty and field trips to see firsthand what engineers do.

Dates: Sunday, July 15th-Friday, July 27th, 2018

Deadline to apply: Monday, May 7th, 2018

Cost: $1,500 (Cost includes housing, all meals, field trips, social events, recreation center, and recognition banquet. Scholarships are available.)


Madonna University

Coffee and Campus Visit

Madonna University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions hosts visits on select Saturdays each month. These visits will offer the opportunity for prospective undergraduate students to learn more about becoming a future Crusader, a tour of our beautiful campus, with complimentary coffee provided.

Dates: March 17th, 2018

April 14th, 2018

April 28th, 2018

Time: 9:15AM-11:30AM

Cost: Free


Michigan State University

Green and White Day

Discover what it means to be a spartan! Green and White Days are special open house-style programs that allow you to connect with campus resources and see inside facilities not typically offered during regular tours. The open house format gives you the flexibility to customize your schedule and explore campus at your own pace. Registration opens mid-March.

Dates: Friday, July 20th, 2018

Monday, July 23rd-Friday, July 27th, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-4:00PM

Cost: Free


Michigan Tech

Saturday Tours

Saturday tours are offered once a month during the academic year and include a group presentation with admissions and financial aid, a walking tour of campus, VIP passes, and lunch in one of our residence halls. Saturday visits don’t include meetings with academic departments, except during Open House and Preview Day.

Dates: March 24th

April 7th


Husky Host Program

Want to know what campus life is really like at Michigan Tech? Be a Husky for a day with our free Husky Host program! High school juniors and seniors are invited to experience life at Michigan Tech by spending the night with a student host on select days during the school year when classes are in session. Husky Host participants receive:
-A one-night stay with a current student in one of our three residence halls—we supply a mattress, linens, pillow, and blanket.
-Dinner on the day of check in, breakfast on the day of check out, and spending credit at our Campus Café in Wadsworth Hall.
-An overnight parking permit (if needed).
-A complimentary VIP Pass to experience everything Michigan Tech has to offer. See the full list of VIP Pass opportunities.
-The opportunity to meet other Michigan Tech students.

A two-week advance notice is required to participate in the Husky Host Program.

Dates: Friday, March 23rd, 2018

Friday, April 6th, 2018

Time: Picked at registration

Cost: Free


Summer Youth Programs

Each summer, we offer more than 50 camps/explorations that allow participants to discover and learn about various fields through hands-on laboratory, classroom, and field experiences. Students get to experience  college life in a residence hall, explore campus, and meet others with similar interests. They enjoy team competitions, creative games, and tons of outdoor activities in Michigan's beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula. Our programs cover a wide range of subjects and even offer several scholarship opportunities for your student! 

Summer Youth Programs run from Sunday through Saturday from late June through the end of July. Please be aware of which courses are for middle and high school students according to the following criteria: 

  • Middle School Explorations: Students completing 6th, 7th, and 8th grades in Spring 2018
  • Pre-College Explorations: Students completing 9th, 10th, and 11th grades in Spring 2018

  • We hope to see you there!

  • Dates: Summer Youth Programs week 1: June 17-23, 2018
    Summer Youth Programs week 2: June 24-30, 2018
    Summer Youth Programs week 3: July 8-14, 2018
    Summer Youth Programs week 4: July 15-21, 2018

  • Cost: $895 (scholarships are available)



Northern Michigan University

Wildcat Weekend

Students who wish to learn more about NMU and their guests should attend this event! A campus tour is included, along with lunch on campus, sitting in an academic experience, meet with current students and faculty, and talk with an admissions counselor.

Date: Saturday, March 17, 2018

Time: N/A

Cost: Free

Oakland University

Are You Ready For College?

Come to this event to find out! We’ll discuss the college selection process, transitioning from high school to college, and how to finance your education. Our admissions and financial aid experts will be ready, so bring your questions! Reservations are required.

Date: Friday, August 3rd, 2018

Time: 1:00PM-4:30PM

Cost: Free

If you're even slightly interested in being a Golden Grizzly, you won't want to miss this big event! High school and transfer students (and their families) will meet OU faculty, staff and students, and attend interactive sessions about potential majors and career areas. You'll also be able to tour the campus and residence halls. Reservations are required.
Date: Saturday, March 17th, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-2:00PM

Cost: Free

Saginaw Valley State University

Cardinal College Days

Come and see what SVSU is all about! We start the day with a presentation from the Admissions Office, then take a comprehensive tour of campus that includes lunch. As part of the day, students will have an opportunity to meet in small groups from a faculty member from their intended program. For undecided students, we hope this is an opportunity to explore one area of interest. The day ends with a full student services fair to ensure you get every question answered!

Dates: Saturday, April 21st, 2018

Saturday, June 23rd, 2018

Time: 10:00AM-3:0PM

Cost: Free


Admit Discovery Day

This event is for Fall of 2018 admitted Freshmen. Our Admit Discovery Day is an event to engage you, a future Cardinal, in all things that made our students LOVE the choice they made to come to SVSU. We want you to tailor your day around what's most important to you - whether it be leadership, academics, clubs, campus involvement; come learn and explore why joining SVSU will be your best decision. 

Date: Saturday, March 17th, 2018

Time: 10:00AM-2:00PM

Cost: Free


Spring Arbor University

Overnight Visit

With all the advantages of an Arbor Day visit event and the opportunity to stay in the residence halls overnight with SAU students, an overnight visit event is the perfect college preview. Bond with fellow high school students (who could be your future classmates) while your parents ask questions to current students and learn about financial aid.

Date: Thursday, April 5th, 2018-Friday, April 6th, 2018

Time: N/A

Cost: Free

University of Detroit Mercy

College Prep 101

Choosing a college is one of the biggest decisions you will make.  There are so many factors to consider, and not just about academics and programs - things like size, location, campus like and distance to home.  This workshop will offer tips and suggestions to assist you when looking at your options. 

Date: Saturday, April 21st, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-N/A

Cost: Free

University of Michigan: Dearborn

Spring Open House

The Office of Admissions and Orientation invites prospective undergraduate students and their families to join us for our Spring Open House.  This event is an ideal opportunity to learn everything you want to know about the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the Degree that Makes the Difference.

Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018

Time: 12:00PM-3:30PM

Cost: Free


Wayne State University

Open House

Get an insider's look at college life. Open House is your chance to check out campus and the hundreds of academic programs available. Explore degree programs, meet faculty and students, browse the resource fair, and take a tour of campus.

Date: Saturday, March 24th, 2018

Time: 9:00AM-2:00PM

Cost: Free


Western Michigan University

Admitted Student Event

Meet us on campus for an Admitted Student Event to make sure you are prepared for your first year at Western Michigan University! Take this opportunity to visit campus and complete all your next steps to becoming a Bronco with the help of WMU students, staff and faculty. While on campus, you can expect to complete the following steps:
-Register for your housing and meal plan
-Register for orientation
-Get your Bronco ID card
-Explore your academic college
-Meet 1-on-1 with financial aid 
-Meet other students 
-Enter to win prizes, get a better look at the city of Kalamazoo and so much more!

Dates: Friday, March 23rd, 2018

Friday, April 13th

Time: 9:00AM-4:00PM

Cost: $100 (Admission Deposit, waivers available)