Henry Ford College beats debt crisis, looks to future

Bowe, Brian
June 2015
Crain's Detroit Business;6/1/2015, Vol. 31 Issue 22, pM038
The article focuses on the financial recovery of Henry Ford College (HFC) which according to school president Stan Jensen, the HFC's fund balance could pay the school's bills. It says that HFC has experienced a decline in enrollment due to poor job market at community colleges. Aimee Schoelles of Board of Trustees at HFC mentions that the growth in enrollment has helped them pay the school's debt.


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