Michigan College Access Network responds to Michigan’s membership in Complete College America

This press release is MCAN's statement about Governor Whitmer's recent decision to have the State of Michigan join the national initiative called Complete College America.

MCAN invests $25,000 over two years to support retention efforts at Wayne State University

Grant will support the launch of the nation’s first micro-scholarship student success initiative.

Michigan College Access Network invests $10,000 to encourage early postsecondary exposure in Redford

The grant will support the launch of the Warriors WILL program to encourage early postsecondary education exposure, experience and success.

AdviseMI Begins 2019 Training for College Advisers Across Michigan

AdviseMI, an initiative through the Michigan College Access Network (MCAN), has begun its annual four-week training program for high school advisers at a conference center in Lansing.

MCAN awards $25,000 grant to Oceana College Access Network

Grant to support continued network development to enhance college access strategy for Oceana County.

MCAN awards $25,000 grant to Jackson County Cradle to Career Education Network

Grant to support continued network development to enhance college access strategy for Jackson County.

Record Number of High Schools across Michigan Celebrate College Decision Day

College Decision Day celebrates all seniors continuing their education

Over 20,000 FAFSA Applications Submitted as a Result of the Michigan College Cash Campaign

Nearly 300 schools participated in a statewide initiative to help students apply for financial aid.

Michigan College Access Network Announces Leadership Change

Current executive director Brandy Johnson accepts new position as state policy advisor for postsecondary educational attainment and workforce development.

Michigan College Access Network Hosts Ninth Annual Conference, Announces Impact Awards

The Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) held its ninth annual conference in Lansing and acknowledged 11 outstanding postsecondary education practitioners and advocates from across the state at the awards dinner Monday, March 4.