Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 390. Universities and Colleges

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  • Wayne State University
  • University of Michigan
  • Institute of Gerontology
  • University of Michigan;  Homeopathic Medical Department
  • Regents of University;  Holding of Property
  • Regents of University;  Investments
  • Michigan State University
  • Oakland University
  • Department of Veterinary Science
  • Aid to Michigan Agricultural College
  • Agricultural Experiment Stations
  • Agricultural Experiment Stations
  • Agricultural Experiment Stations
  • Co-Operative Agricultural Extension Work
  • Agricultural College Endowment
  • Co-Operative Agricultural Extension Work
  • Agricultural College Experiment Bulletin
  • Highway Traffic Safety Center
  • Michigan College of Mines;  Chairman of Board of Control
  • Michigan Technological University
  • Michigan College of Mining and Technology
  • Michigan College of Mining and Technology
  • Lake Superior State University
  • Reciprocal Exchange of Educational Services
  • Central, Eastern, Northern, and Western Michigan Universities
  • Northern Michigan University;  Ordinances
  • State School of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Boards of Control of State Institutions of Higher Education
  • Boards of Control of State Institutions of Higher Education
  • Albion College
  • Saginaw Valley State University
  • Hillsdale College
  • Kalamazoo College
  • Nonincorporated Private Educational Institutions
  • Alumni Associations;  Voting by Mail
  • Ferris State University
  • Ferris State University
  • Grand Valley State University
  • University of Michigan;  Two-Year University Programs
  • Boards of Control of State Institutions of Higher Education
  • Traffic Ordinances at State Universities and Colleges
  • Junior and Community College Programs
  • State Board for Public Community and Junior Colleges
  • Higher Education Facilities Authority Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • State Higher Education Facilities Commission
  • Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority
  • State Competitive Scholarships
  • Tuition Grants
  • Statistics;  Michigan State University
  • Payment for Earned Degrees
  • Statistics
  • Statistics
  • Institutions of Higher Education;  Accounting to Legislature
  • Indemnification Reserve Fund
  • Higher Education Loan Authority Act
  • Michigan Nursing Scholarship Act
  • Michigan Internship Program
  • Disclosures as to Loans for Educational Purposes
  • Disclosures as to Grants and Contracts
  • Police Officer's and Fire Fighter's Survivor Tuition Grant Act
  • Waiver of Tuition for North American Indians
  • Corrections Officer's Survivor Tuition Act
  • Tuition Differential Grants
  • Part-Time, Independent Student Grant Program
  • The Legislative Merit Award Program Act
  • Michigan Graduate Student Work-Study Program
  • Children of Veterans Tuition Grant Act
  • Financing of Student Loan Programs
  • Michigan Undergraduate Student Work-Study Program
  • Michigan Educational Opportunity Grant Program
  • Michigan Education Trust Act
  • Michigan Merit Award Scholarship Act
  • Michigan Education Savings Program Act
  • Student Athletes
  • Public Safety Officers Act
  • Midwestern Higher Education Compact
  • College and University Electronic Textbook Act
  • Confidential Research and Investment Information Act
  • Career Development and Distance Learning Act
  • Pregnant and Parenting Student Services Act
  • Authentic Credentials in Education Act
  • Michigan Promise Grant Act
  • Michigan Promise Zone Act
  • Michigan Promise Zone Authority Act
  • Higher Education Authorization and Distance Education Reciprocal Exchange Act

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