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More Detroit students complete 'magic form' seeking aid for college

The Detroit News

A growing number of students are seeking funding for college by filling out the FAFSA form this past academic year. While Michigan students have struggled to fill out the form in recent years, participation rates are increasing.

Minority students deserve UT’s support after ban on affirmative action

The Daily Texan

Without affirmative action, racial diversity at universities will likely decrease. Following the ban of race-conscious admissions 16 years ago, the University of Michigan’s Black student enrollment dropped by 44% and Indigenous enrollment dropped by 90%.

High court's cancelation of student debt relief affecting 864k Michigan residents

Fox 2 Detroit

A recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn President Biden's plan to relieve $20,000 in student debt will have major ramifications for much of the state of Michigan.

Supreme Court ends Biden student loan forgiveness: how it impacts Michigan

Bridge Michigan

Friday’s 6-3 ruling impacts some 43 million borrowers nationally, including 20 million people who would have had their loan debt fully erased under the Biden plan. In Michigan, the decision has ramifications for more than 800,000 borrowers.

MI organizations react to affirmative action ruling


Here in Michigan, many are sounding off about the Supreme Court’s decision to end affirmative action in higher education.

U.S. Supreme Court affirmative action ban already playing out in Michigan

Bridge Michigan

U.S. colleges and universities are banned from using race as a consideration in admissions decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday, a prohibition Michigan had already placed on its public universities since 2006.

LEO Talks Updates For Post Secondary Credentials For Adults


The Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity is edging toward its goal to increase the number of Michigan residents with a post-secondary credential, officials told the Board of Education during a presentation Tuesday.

Michigan organizations offer $1.5 million in student success grants


The Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, Michigan College Access Network and Global Detroit are partnering to offer $1.5 million in the form of two new grants to boost success at Michigan community colleges and tribal colleges.

Michigan receives $15.5 million in AmeriCorps funding

Mid-Michigan NOW

The Michigan Community Service Commission announced Wednesday that Michigan has received $15.5 million in AmeriCorps funding to support the work of over 1,100 AmeriCorps members as they tackle some of the state’s toughest challenges.

St. Charles Community Middle/High School named Michigan School of Excellence

Mid-Michigan NOW

St. Charles Community Middle/High School was recently named a School of Excellence by ACT’s American College Application Campaign for its commitment to postsecondary student success in Michigan.