Hispanic chamber wins $10K college access grant

Michigan College Access Network awarded $10,000 to the West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to support college attainment for the populations it serves.

Valerie Slaght to advise, help high school students

Valerie Slaght is the new college adviser who will help students at Alpena High School and ACES Academy prepare for their post secondary education or training.

MCAN awards $10,000 grant to Michigan Department of Corrections

In celebration of its 10th year, Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) awarded a $10,000 grant to Michigan Department of Corrections in support of college access and postsecondary attainment.

MCAN awards $10,000 grant to Youth Solutions and its Jobs for Michigan Graduates program

In celebration of its 10th year, Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) awarded a $10,000 grant to Youth Solutions/Jobs for Michigan Graduates in support of college access and postsecondary attainment.

Genesee Career and College Access Network receives $10,000 grant

The Michigan College Access Network celebrated its 10th anniversary by awarding a $10,000 grant today to the Genesee Career and College Access Network in support of college access and postsecondary attainment.

COVID Kids: Grads forced to change track after pandemic upends everything

“The biggest thing I’ll remember is not having memories,” said George Pilarski, an Alpena High School graduate ...

Stateside: UM, MSU diverge on plans for fall; college access during COVID; tips for remote learning

MCAN Executive Director Ryan Fewins-Bliss was featured with others. Ryan discussed how the global health pandemic is shedding light on racial inequity in college access.

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.

Pickford graduates celebrate Decision Day

On July 8, Pickford High School graduates were able to participate in Decision Day.

Michigan’s Black-white college graduation gap is one of largest in nation

A Bridge analysis of national data reveals that Black college students at Michigan’s public universities graduated on average at a rate that is 22 percentage points lower than their white peers who entered freshman orientation with them.