Madonna now offers a free tutoring program. This tutoring can help students with any problem for a variety of classes.
Tutors are there to improve each student’s success and are located on campus in Suite 1400 within the Academic Building.
The new cafeteria in the Residence Hall reopened this month and has earned praise for the changes.
“Before the dining hall was improved, I would dread going there. I didn’t feel welcome and the food was not very good at all,” Haley Overholtz said.
A variety of programs have been scheduled and will be scheduled throughout the semester.
The next one is International Student Appreciation Day, scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Madonna has hired Brian Foos to build the new football program in 2020. Foos' experience with new programs and his background as a football coach will grow Madonna football. The recruiting process has already started and Foos has certain goals in mind that he wants to accomplish with the incoming players.
Voter approval of recreational use of marijuana will not alter Madonna University's drug-free campus policy.
Madonna has obtained the former Ladywood High School property and will rename it the Performing Arts, Athletics and Academic Center (PAAAC).
Madonna students now have access to a 24-hour assistance program. To access the Student Assistance Program, or SAP, one first calls 1-855-774-4700 to identify the issue at hand and work toward scheduling further, in person, counseling sessions to address what needs to be worked on
Madonna University has partnered with Handshake, a job recruiting service, to connect more students with employers. Every Madonna student will receive a free Handshake profile customizable to his or her job search.
Next blood drive in April
On April 9 and 10, Michigan Blood will have a second blood drive located at the Madonna Franciscan Center. Students and faculty members are welcome to donate blood to help other people by saving their lives.
Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr., Madonna University offers a series of service projects to students. Instead of taking the day off on this federal holiday, Madonna annually invites the community to come here and spend their free day helping. The goal was to label soaps with contact information to report or seek help in human trafficking cases.
Sarah Knapp (center with Connie Tingson-Gatuz, Vice President for Student Affairs, President Michael Grandillo, and her parents Patty and Steve Knapp) was chosen by the faculty because of her outstanding volunteer work on campus. She worked with faculty and staff to create the Biological and Health Sciences club, tutors in natural sciences, and is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. However, she not only has helped in the classroom, but also in the community. She coached a Livonia U14 softball team, helped in the Emergency Medicine Research Associates program at St. Mary’s Hospital, and did volunteer work for a youth group at St. Damian Catholic Church.
Brazilian student-athlete Marlon de Freitas has experienced a difficult transition to life far from home.
In this opinion piece, columnist Jillian Law advocates for the end of Valentine's Day. She argues that it is a holiday that is bad for our environment and bad for us mentally.
While opting to make healthier choices for yourself is a good idea, it’s important to know what a healthy choice looks like.