US News & World Report says that Lake Superior State University will offer classes at Charlton Heston Academy in St. Helen in Roscommon County, about 150 miles north of Lansing:
Students can pursue bachelor’s degrees in nursing, cannabis chemistry, cannabis business, business administration management and elementary education. Two-year degrees will be available in general studies and cannabis science.
LSSU is determining whether fall classes will be online or in-person.
The programs will enhance the “quality of life of the region, in this case in a part of the state that has limited access to the pursuit of higher education within reasonable driving distance,” said Rodney Hanley, president of LSSU in Sault Ste. Marie.