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Serving as an Adviser For My Alma Mater: Successes and Challenges

AdviseMI adviser Andrew Zyrowski writes about the successes and challenges of advising students at his high school alma mater.

Press Releases

Access MCAN's press release archive for details on new and past announcements and announcements regarding higher education, advising, and grants. View More

MCAN announces College Access Impact Awards online in lieu of 10th annual conference

Ten individuals and organizations honored for postsecondary education advocacy

MCAN and San Diego State University launch School Counselor Fellows Program

Thirteen Michigan school counselors selected for innovative 2-year training program

MCAN awards three additional COVID-19 Response Grants in 14th round of funding

Over $22,000 awarded to three Michigan organizations in support of postsecondary attainment efforts

Blog

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

Serving as an Adviser For My Alma Mater: Successes and Challenges

AdviseMI adviser Andrew Zyrowski writes about the successes and challenges of advising students at his high school alma mater.

Making FAFSA a Priority at Central Academy

Central Academy school counselor Mahassin Harp describes how her school won the Governor's FAFSA Challenge by making it a high priority.

Service in Uncertain Times

AmeriCorps VISTA Kiersten Nolan discusses her new role at MCAN and how she hopes to help colleges face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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

Michigan College Access Network hiring 25 positions statewide

Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) is seeking diverse candidates for 25 positions, from entry to senior level, across the state.

MCAN awards three additional COVID-19 Response Grants in 14th round of funding

MCAN has awarded $22,182 in its 14th round of COVID-19 Response Grants to three organizations in Michigan.

There's no such thing as 'college material' — everyone can achieve post-secondary success

I grew up in Eaton Rapids where we didn’t have a Meijer, Starbucks or even a Walmart in our town.