Higher education and workforce leader John Kaczynski joins MCAN Board of Directors

Newest board member brings nearly two decades of postsecondary education experience to new role

MCAN awards over $95,000 in grants to high schools and community-based organizations

Funding supports college access activities at 97 sites across the state

MCAN responds to introduction of Alleviating Intergenerational Debt (AID) Act

Yesterday, in Washington, D.C., Rep. Haley Stevens (MI-11) introduced a bill titled the Alleviating Intergenerational Debt (AID) Act. This legislation would amend the Student Aid Index formula to include outstanding parental student loan debt.

MCAN awards $60,000 to Otsego College Access Network

Funding will support college access efforts in Gaylord area

MCAN awards $60,000 to Mason County College Access Network

Funds will support FAFSA completion efforts and communication highlighting the value of college

MCAN presents college affordability recommendations to Senate Appropriations Subcommittee

Ryan Fewins-Bliss, MCAN executive director, provided testimony at the March 15 meeting of the Michigan Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Universities and Community Colleges.

MCAN receives $1.425 million in grant funding from Kresge and Leinweber foundations

Michigan-based foundations bolster MCAN’s capacity to increase college access and success

MCAN Responds to the Tragedy at Michigan State University

Last night’s tragedy at Michigan State University is the latest example of violence and threats disrupting educational opportunities for Michigan students. Our students, educators, and support staff deserve to feel safe in their communities.

MCAN responds to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s FY 2024 budget proposal

Proposed investments in postsecondary education supported by statewide, national data

MCAN responds to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s 2023 State of the State address

Earlier tonight, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer delivered her fifth State of the State address, the first of her second term and the first since the Democratic Party secured majorities in the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate.