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MCAN joins with Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling and Michigan School Counselor Association to highlight role of school counselors

State budget agreement features bold investments in postsecondary access and success

College access champions from across the state recognized at MCAN’s 11th annual conference

Funded projects include a range of initiatives to increase access and support students as they transition to postsecondary education.

MCAN held its 10th annual conference in Lansing Nov. 9-10, including an acknowledgement of 13 outstanding postsecondary education practitioners and advocates from across the state at an awards dinner the evening of Nov. 9.

In response to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's call for an expansion of Futures for Frontliners, MCAN shared the following statement from its executive director, Ryan Fewins-Bliss.

Second cohort includes Henry Ford College, Gogebic Community College and Grand Rapids Community College

Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) and the College & Career Access Center of Jackson (CCAC) have been awarded $150,000 in grants from the National College Attainment Network (NCAN)

Michigan Partnership for Academic Transitions will focus on improving student success through transitional math courses.

Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) has received a $100,000 grant from the Leinweber Foundation. The grant, which is dedicated to general operating support, will be used primarily to support MCAN’s recently launched College Completion Corps program.