Kendall Extends Resident Tuition Rates to U.S., Canada
Posted May 21, 2013 in Campus
On May 10, 2013, the Board of Trustees of Ferris State University set the tuition rates for the 2013‐2014 academic year. The Board’s action has resulted in some very good news for residents of the United States and Canada: all undergraduate students will be able to attend Kendall at the Michigan resident rate for all courses, regardless of whether those courses are general education, art history or studio courses.
Students currently attending as part of the Great Lakes Scholarship Program, which extended in-state tuition rates to select states, are now eligible for Michigan resident tuition rates. As a result of this change, the Great Lakes Scholarship program will be dissolved. Students from the Great Lakes Scholarship Program will find the added benefit of being able to take more than 15 credit hours at the in‐state rates.
Kendall College of Art and Design is a conservatory school, offering a private school education at public school rates. The college is pleased to be able to extend this tremendous value across the country and Canada.