The Detroit Free Press
reported that Metropolitan State University of Denver is opening a campus at the Detroit Institute of Music Education (DIME).
MSU Denver administrators visited DIME last year for the first time, "and it was love at first sight," said Kreidler, who said he was particularly impressed by the faculty: "highly credentialed, extremely intelligent and good at what they do."
The new deal is part of a bigger growth strategy for Nixon and Clayman: A Denver campus is expected to open in fall 2017, next in what they hope will be several DIME-branded schools across the country. And there are plans to double the space at the Detroit facility, which now occupies three floors of a Dan Gilbert-owned building.
"It's our dream to have this place full and buzzing with young students," said Clayman.
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