Michigan College Access Network hiring 25 positions statewide

Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) is seeking diverse candidates for 25 positions, from entry to senior level, across the state.

MCAN awards three additional COVID-19 Response Grants in 14th round of funding

MCAN has awarded $22,182 in its 14th round of COVID-19 Response Grants to three organizations in Michigan.

There's no such thing as 'college material' — everyone can achieve post-secondary success

I grew up in Eaton Rapids where we didn’t have a Meijer, Starbucks or even a Walmart in our town.

Addison schools get tech grant

Addison Community Schools was recently awarded a $2,000 grant courtesy of the Michigan College Access Network.

MCAN awards three additional COVID-19 Response Grants in 13th round of funding

Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) has awarded $24,000 in its 13th round of COVID-19 Response Grants [micollegeaccess.org] to three organizations in Michigan.

Michigan college freshman enrollment drops amid COVID. Will they return?

Amid an ongoing pandemic, thousands fewer first-time college students enrolled at Michigan universities and community colleges this fall, a decline with potentially troubling long-term ramifications for the state, as well as for the students themselves.

Community colleges expect enrollment surge from COVID-19 essential workers

Thousands of coronavirus front-line workers are expected to enroll in Michigan community colleges under a new program that makes it free for them.

High schools across Michigan kick off Michigan College Month

Michigan College Month kicks off Oct. 1, with over 325 high schools participating in events statewide.

Ferris State receives $18K in COVID-19 Response grants

Michigan College Access Network recently awarded nearly $70,000 in its 11th round of COVID-19 Response Grants to 10 organizations in Michigan, including Ferris State University.

Whitmer thanks Michigan COVID essential workers with free community college

Around 625,000 Michigan essential workers will be eligible for free community college under a new program first announced by Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in April and formalized on Thursday.