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Tuesday, 10 June 2014 17:13

Kalamazoo Promise can be used for additional schools

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Michigan Colleges Alliance CEO Bob Bartlett, left, and Trustee Janice Brown from The Kalamazoo Promise. Michigan Colleges Alliance CEO Bob Bartlett, left, and Trustee Janice Brown from The Kalamazoo Promise. PHOTO: John Lacko Photography

The anonymously-funded scholarship that grants free in-state tuition to eligible high school students announced today that the scholarships may be used at a number of additional schools.

The Kalamazoo Promise, in partnership with the Michigan Colleges Alliance (MCA), announced in a news release that eligible students from the Kalamazoo Public School System now have expanded options beyond Michigan public universities. Students may now attend any of the MCA liberal arts colleges in the state, such as Aquinas College, Kalamazoo College and Hope College. The 15 additional schools added today brings the the total number of eligible universities to 58.

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