WCC and U-M sign 'reverse transfer' agreement; Arbor Hospice offers holiday grief support workshops
From Washtenaw Community College and the University of Michigan signing an agreement that allows U-M students to qualify for an associate's degree to grief support workshops offered by Arbor Hospice, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall over the past few days:
By: Janet Hawkins: WCC and U-M Sign Reverse Transfer Agreement
WCC President Rose B. Bellanca and University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman have signed a reverse transfer agreement that allows students to qualify for an associate degree at WCC with credits earned at U-M.
By: Arbor Hospice: Arbor Hospice Offers Holiday Grief Support Workshops
Arbor Hospice will host Grief Matters for the Holidays to help those who’ve recently lost a loved one handle the additional sorrow the holiday season may bring.
By: City Pets Veterinary Clinic: Pet Photos with Santa at Briarwood Mall!
By: Richard Carter: Fire in U-M Arts and Architecture Building
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