The drop in college enrollment is alarming, for people and the economy

As schools return to in person this fall and the COVID-19 vaccine is offered for students, access to post-secondary education is critical to our community’s recovery plan.

As COVID spread, far fewer Michigan high school grads enrolled in college

Less than 55 percent of 2020 Michigan high school graduates enrolled in college within six months of getting diplomas, a plummet of 5 percentage points in one year, according to data from the Michigan Center for Educational Performance and Information.

Michigan’s free community college offer isn’t free in parts of the state

Bridge Michigan looks at the gap in the Michigan Reconnect program for residents who live outside of a community college district.

Capital Area College Access Network (CapCAN) featured on Fox 47's The Morning Blend

CapCAN Executive Director Michele Strasz talks about who they are and what high school students should be doing about college.