MCAN awards 10 additional COVID-19 Response Grants in 11th round of funding
$69,935 awarded to 10 organizations across Michigan in support of postsecondary attainment efforts
MCAN is now hiring college completion coaches to serve on community college campuses across Michigan. The goal of the program is to increase persistence and completion of community college students.
MCAN is looking for College Completion Coaches for our new College Completion Corps initiative.
As we enter September and begin the transition to autumn, MCAN’s Board of Directors is undergoing some transitions of its own. Several board members are changing roles, and a new member has joined the board.
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.
About 625,000 front-line workers are eligible for tuition-free college under a program created Thursday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer called Futures for Frontliners.
In celebration of its 10th year, Michigan College Access Network on Thursday awarded a $10,000 grant to Alpena Public Schools in support of college access and postsecondary attainment.