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Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) and the College & Career Access Center of Jackson (CCAC) have been awarded $150,000 in grants from the National College Attainment Network (NCAN)

Grants give schools flexibility to recognize students’ postsecondary plans in COVID-safe ways

Ten participating schools receive $5,000 grants to continue postsecondary access work

Detroit students qualified for scholarships by completing college preparation steps

Campaign aims to increase FAFSA completion rates for 2021 seniors in Michigan

Hundreds of schools work to increase the number of students applying for college throughout October

The Reach Higher System Impact Grants awarded up to $20,000 for each school to enhance their college-going culture in support of college enrollment and attainment initiatives.

This initiative features new, virtual and other unique efforts to celebrate college-bound students during the global pandemic.

Three schools received $10,000 in cash awards as part of the governor’s FAFSA Challenge.

The Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) has received a $150,000 grant from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation. This grant will support college readiness, enrollment and completion activities to help MCAN make progress toward the “Sixty by 30” goal.