After more than a year of learning through ways besides familiar face-to-face classes, Schoolcraft College is happy to welcome Ocelots back to campus this fall with more in-person opportunities.

“Our students and our professors did an outstanding job pivoting to remote and online learning, but we know that for many students nothing replaces the familiar and comfortable feel of in-person classes,” said Dr. Glenn Cerny, President of Schoolcraft College. “Our students and professors have missed this personal connection, so we’re very pleased to offer this option more widely once again this fall.”

Registration is open now. Classes start Monday, August 30. 

Some of the new buildings students will notice as they return to the main campus in Livonia include:

  • The St. Joe’s Mercy Elite Sports Center (ESC), which includes a walking track. Use of the track comes with membership in the Fitness Center, which is free to active credit students. The ESC also is the site of Schoolcraft College’s Commencement.
  • The Livonia Medical Center, which includes an IHA Urgent Care. 
  • Continuing progress on the Health Sciences Center, which will house all programs related to health care, including nursing, pharmacy tech, EMT and more.

New programs


As always, Schoolcraft College remains an excellent choice for students looking to:

  • Earn credits to transfer to a four-year college or university
  • Earn an Associate Degree in several fields of study
  • Earn credentials and certificates to enter the workforce quickly

Among the new programs offered this fall are Radiologic Technology (X-ray) and Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS), two vital careers in the field of medical imaging.

These additions follow programs in Supply Chain Management and Real Estate Property Management that were recently launched. Schoolcraft College is the only area community college to offer a program in Real Estate Property Management.

New facility for engineering, technology

Located just about 10 minutes from the main campus in Livonia is the Manufacturing & Engineering Center, which is the home to the College’s engineering and technology programs. The state-of-the-art 48,000-square-foot facility serves students studying Computer Aided Design, Electronics, Metallurgy and Materials Science, Welding and more.

Vibrant student life

A robust array of student activities, clubs, performances and sports return as well for the fall semester. “These have been challenging times and there is still more work to do, but being able to return to in-person learning is a huge and positive step toward healing and moving forward,” Dr. Cerny said. “Whether you are rediscovering Schoolcraft College or coming here for the first time, we will do everything we can to ensure your success.”

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