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

Upper Peninsula superintendent brings rural perspective, K-12 experience to MCAN leadership

Funds will support college preparation programs at two Detroit organizations

MCAN kicked off Michigan College Month on Oct. 1, with 233 schools and community-based organizations participating statewide. The goal of this month is to provide every graduating senior in Michigan the opportunity to apply to college.

Legislators passed the $560 million scholarship program, marking a historic investment in addressing the barrier of college affordability in Michigan.

MCAN is encouraged by the announcement of President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan and the progress that it makes in addressing the persistent and widespread problem of postsecondary affordability.

Funds will support College Completion Corps coaches at Michigan’s three tribal colleges

Funds will be dedicated to supporting new college access and success initiatives

MCAN executive director praises state’s commitment to investing in education.

Funding will support AdviseMI, MSU College Advising Corps and College Completion Corps