MCAN Commends Gov. Whitmer, Calls for Focus on College-Going Students During COVID-19 Crisis

The following is a statement from Ryan Fewins-Bliss, executive director of MCAN.

72 Michigan high schools hosting college advisers

AdviseMI Program helps low-income and first-generation students navigate college exploration.

MCAN presents grant opportunities to postsecondary initiatives affected by COVID-19 global pandemic

Funding will support areas of need to assist with college readiness, enrollment and completion.

Michigan College Access Network receives $30,000 from Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan

$30,000 grant from Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan will support college access for undocumented students in Michigan.

MCAN receives $150,000 grant from Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation

The Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) has received a $150,000 grant from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation. This grant will support college readiness, enrollment and completion activities to help MCAN make progress toward the “Sixty by 30” goal.

College Cash Campaign kicks off statewide with support from Gov. Whitmer

The campaign aims for a 75% FAFSA completion rate for 2020 high school graduates.

Michigan College Access Network awards $60,000 grant to Grow Benzie

Two-year award supports implementation of college access strategy for BEST Benzie County Local College Access Network.

MCAN Invests $10,000 to support student success efforts among state’s public universities

Grant will help launch the Student Success Innovations Exchange.

25 Michigan high schools receive MCAN ‘Reach Higher High School’ grants

25 Michigan high schools receive MCAN ‘Reach Higher High School’ grants. Funds help schools build a college-going culture, improve college enrollment and completion outcomes.

Michigan College Access Network convenes the Michigan Postsecondary Strategy Institute

Michigan Postsecondary Strategy Institute helps school districts create successful postsecondary education pathways for students.