Deadline for Michigan low-income college aid extended due to coronavirus

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Michigan’s legislative leaders extended the Tuition Incentive Program (TIP).

Fewins-Bliss: One more Michigan crisis coming down the pike is decreased college enrollment

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the surface more than one crisis — a struggling economy, racial inequities, K-12 school closures ...

Will coronavirus curb ACT and SAT admissions tests at Michigan colleges?

The impact of scarce testing and at least temporarily test-optional colleges on admissions is leading to anxiety and uncertainty among students ...

Michigan College Access Network awards 5 coronavirus response grants in sixth round of funding

Michigan College Access Network has awarded $26,586 in its sixth round of COVID-19 Response Grants to five organizations in Michigan.

Opinion: Pandemic reveals racial inequity in college access

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the surface more than one crisis — a struggling economy, racial inequities, K-12 school closures and a decline in college-going activities.

Connecting youth in our region to support, education

Each year in Michigan, thousands of students teeter on the brink of dropping out of school.

COVID fallout: Fewer Michigan low-income students may be going to college

Pandemic-sparked recession and high unemployment may be causing fewer low-income students to enroll in Michigan colleges.

Free virtual college advising in Ingham and Eaton County this summer

Capital Area College Access Network (CapCAN) will be providing Summer College Advising for the whole community this year.

MCAN awards more than $82,000 in COVID-19 Response Grant funding

MCAN awards more than $82,000 in COVID-19 Response Grant funding

Virtual College Fair begins Tuesday

Twenty-five independent Michigan colleges and universities are participating in a virtual college fair May 26-28.