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AmeriCorps program AdviseMI begins training for college advisers across Michigan for the sixth year

The advanced training program prepares advisers to help students in 71 Michigan high schools navigate the college-going process.

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AmeriCorps program AdviseMI begins training for college advisers across Michigan for the sixth year

The advanced training program prepares advisers to help students in 71 Michigan high schools navigate the college-going process.

MCAN awards seven additional COVID-19 response grants in eighth round of funding

Seven new COVID-19 Response Grants were awarded MCAN in an eighth found of funding.

MCAN releases 2019 Annual Report

MCAN's 2019 Annual Report showcases the highlights from January to December, 2019.

Blog

Authored by MCAN staff, board members, and partners, our blog shares different perspectives of the college access journey in Michigan. View More

Arthur Hill High School named Michigan's 2019 School of Excellence

The American College Application Campaign and the Michigan College Access Network selected Arthur Hill High School as the 2019 School of Excellence Award winner for Michigan serving as an exemplary model for their state’s application campaign.

Michigan Power Futbol Academy: Five Ways to Build Success in Soccer and in Life

This blog discusses how the Michigan Power Futbol Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan prepares young adults for college.

MCAN’s New Impact Map a Critical Tool for Michigan Legislators

State Representative Sarah Anthony discusses the new MCAN Impact Map and how she plans to use it as a legislator for the benefit of her district.

In the News

Stay up-to-date on the latest in college access with announcements, blog posts, and related news from MCAN and our partners. Explore MCAN's work featured in statewide and national publications and media outlets. View More

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.

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).