MCAN awards $20,000 to Otsego Community Foundation to launch local college access network

Grant funding will be used to establish community network for postsecondary access work

College Completion Corps expands to 40 coaches, kicks off recruiting for second year

Program places AmeriCorps members on campuses to improve persistence and completion

Michigan schools kick off Michigan College Month amid falling enrollment rates and worker shortages

Hundreds of Michigan high schools will work to increase the number of students applying for college throughout October

MCAN statement on bipartisan Michigan budget agreement for Fiscal Year 2022

On Sept. 21, Gov. Whitmer and Michigan’s Legislature came together to announce a $70 million, bipartisan budget for Fiscal Year 2022. Gov. Whitmer will sign the budget into law before Oct. 1.

MCAN joins ACAC to kick off college application season on #WhyApply Day 2021

National campaign encourages students to apply for college by supporting local application completion events

MCAN Supports Gov. Whitmer’s Proposed Postsecondary Education Investments

In response to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's proposed funding to grow Michigan's middle class, support small businesses, and invest in communities, MCAN shared the following statement from its executive director, Ryan Fewins-Bliss.

MCAN offers summer FAFSA assistance

Support services include help sessions and one-on-one support for students and families

MCAN awards $10,000 Innovative Program Grant to Talent 2025

Funds will be used to create professional development videos encouraging college enrollment

MCAN awards $20,000 grant to Oceana College Access Network

Funds will be dedicated to network expansion and improved data collection

MCAN awarded $60,000 grant from Native American Heritage Foundation

Funds will support college completion coaches at three tribal colleges