University to lease space from Max M. Fisher Music Center for 18 curriculum units
The University of Michigan is about to make its relationship with the city of Detroit a lot stronger. The home of the Wolverines recently announced that it has sealed a deal with the Max M. Fisher Music Center to lease 10,500 square feet of the structure's ground floor, which will contain classrooms, offices, and meeting space for the 100+ projects U of M currently operates within Detroit.
According to this article in today's online edition of the Detroit News, the U of M Detroit Center is already being renovated and prepped for the fall 2005 semester, when the center is set to open.
Programs offered include Art and Design, Social Work, Nursing and more.
Friday, April 29, 2005
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