Davenport University is moving its Livonia campus to the city of Detroit, and they’re doing it in the New Center One Building.
They’ll renovate the first floor of the structure on Grand Boulevard across the street from the iconic Fisher Building.
Starting in January 2019, the 12,000 square-foot Detroit campus will offer 31 courses in business, health care, technology and urban education. Davenport is a non-profit private University with about 7,500 students.
Approximately 2,000 students each semester will be served in the New Center One location.
The classes will be for both students graduating from high school and adults looking to further their careers.
They’re enrolling now. You can find more information about Davenport University here.
This story originally appeared on the Daily Detroit podcast: