February 13 2016 at 5:00 PM
Undergraduate Library, David Adamany
TRIO Educational Opportunity Center and Office of Federal TRIO staff are very excited about hosting the financial aid initiative.
The initiative, Michigan College Goal (formerly College Goal Sunday), is a statewide program that premiered in 2004 and will be held from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 and 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 20, 2016.
Professionals from the TRIO Educational Opportunity Center and Office of Federal TRIO, will be on hand to help students and their families complete the 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Students 23 years of age or younger should attend with their parent(s) and must bring the following information:
Your and parent FSA ID
Your Social Security Number
Your Parent’s Social Security Number. (If you are 23 or younger and a dependent)
Your driver’s license (if any)
Your and parent’s W-2 forms or other records of money earned
Your and parent’s 2015 Federal Income Tax Return
Your Spouse’s 2015 Income Tax Return (if married)
Your and parent’s 2015 untaxed income records – Social Security, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, welfare, or veterans benefits records (if any)
Your and parent’s 2015 bank statements
Your and parent’s 2015 business and investment mortgage information, business and farm records, stock, bond, and other investment records
Your alien registration card (if you are not a U.S. Citizen)
While Michigan College Goal events will be held throughout various communities around Michigan, the TRIO Educational Opportunity Center and Office of Federal TRIO will host the event at:
Wayne State University
David Adamany Undergraduate Library
5515 Gullen Mall UNDERGRADUATE LIBRARY, DAVID ADAMANY
COMMUNITY ROOM 3210 (3RD FLOOR)
Detroit, MI 48202
February 16 2016 at 10:00 AM
Elaine L. Jacob Gallery
DEEP DESIGN: Pace, Place and Personhood is a new multimedia design exhibition on display and open to the public at the Elaine L. Jacob Gallery on the Wayne State University campus from January 15 through March 25, 2016. The exhibition's opening reception, Friday, January 15, 5-8PM, follows the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History's memorial for art Professor Stanley Rosenthal taking place in the Community Arts Auditorium from 3PM to 5PM.
DEEP DESIGN includes projects from designers, architects, artists and urbanists who are working in ways that reflect strong and enduring commitments to people and places. “Their work serves as evidence of truly co-creative relationships and each project challenges the transient nature of how design is done today,” explains Siobhan Gregory, guest curator and lecturer in industrial design at Wayne State University.
This exhibition is supported by workshops, lectures and discussions at the university, through March 25, to encourage audiences to consider critical questions of design process, identity and ownership. As creative professionals and urban planners increasingly look to Detroit as a space of opportunity and experimentation, and the residents of Detroit as participants in and recipients of their creative endeavors, these questions are increasingly salient for our city and region.
Work on view includes: Fallen Fruit’s Mid-Century Modern; Christian Nold’s Sensory Journeys; Sarah Rhodes’ The Craft of the Ubuntu; Jamie Hayes’ The Uniform Project; Urbz’s Homegrown Neighborhoods; Valentina Nisi's, Miguel Caldeira's and Mara Dionsio’s 7 Stories; and Kounkuey Design Initiative’s The Kibera Public Space Project.
A schedule of supporting events, including lectures and workshops, will be shared at the exhibition opening reception on January 15.
Exhibition: DEEP DESIGN: an exhibition about pace, place and personhoodDates: January 15 through March 25, 2016Opening Reception: Friday, January 15, 5-8PMGallery Hours: Tuesdays through Thursdays, 10AM-6PM; Fridays 10AM-7PM